The Australian National University (ANU) will be running weekly campus tours from May onwards.
Even though the ANU campus tours are free, you will need to reserve a ticket as numbers are limited to maintain COVID-19 safety measures. Please be aware that you must reserve your place to attend the tour, we will not accept attendees without a reservation.
You can reserve your tickets for our June/July School Holiday tour via our booking site.
What if I can't make it to a campus tour?
The campus is open for public visitors. You and your family are free to take a walk or drive around campus, whichever works best for you.
Watch our virtual 360° tours to learn about some of the highlights of a campus visit.
If you do come to campus have a look at the map resources below to help guide you on your ANU journey.
Virtual 360° Tours
Join our Student Ambassadors for a virtual 360° tours of the ANU campus. These tours feature the ANU colleges, student residences and the Kambri precinct (the heart of our campus).
Our student halls and colleges are not accepting visitors at the moment, so we recommend contacting them directly if you have any specific questions.
For detailed information about each residence and college, visit the student residences page.
Access our interactive campus map or download a printable map (PDF).
You can also access maps in the iANU app (Android & Apple) along with other information relating to life on campus, self-guided walks, campus services, security and more.
If you have any questions about our tours or you want to alter your tour reservation please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org