Fenner Hall, in the heart of the Kambri precinct on the gorgeous Acton campus, is just a stone's throw away from cafes and eateries, playing fields, medical facilities, Galleries, Theatres, a bookshop, gyms, a swimming pool, and central teaching facilities and services. We share a courtyard with the Cultural Centre in Kambri and along the other side is the gently flowing Sullivan's (Sullies) Creek.
The Fenner Hall community prides itself on being inclusive, and guided by values of independence, respect, curiosity and doing things just a little bit differently. Residents come from diverse socio-economic and cultural backgrounds. As one of the first halls on campus to have student leaders and staff trained in Restorative Practice, the Fenner community and spirit is created and nurtured by thoughtful and passionate advocates, through the intentional and mindful practice of residents, and a desire to implement ongoing positive change for our residents who come from around Australia and the world.
Fenner Hall provides communal cooking, dining, laundry, study and social spaces for residents, along with the opportunity to participate in a huge range of in-house and inter-hall sporting, arts, sustainability and social events carefully curated by the student leadership teams throughout the year. From the moment you step inside at Fenner it feels like home.
- Named after Australian scientist Frank John Fenner (1914-2010).
- Originally established in 1992 on Northbourne Avenue
- Moved to campus and the new Kambri precinct in 2019
- Home to 451 residents including both undergraduates and postgraduates
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