The Australian National University has a rich and diverse history. Across our campuses, ANU manages places with Indigenous, historic and natural heritage value. These heritage values are embodied in the landscape, the buildings and the complex histories of the sites, the people who lived and worked at there, the events that occurred, and the discoveries that were made.

ANU manages its heritage places and their values in accordance with the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act) and industry best practice standard…

University House Pond, 1986 (Sources: ANU Archives)

The cultural landscape of the campus reflects all the phases of the history of the University. The layers of history and importance begin with Indigenous occupation of the site, and extend to Griffin…

Director's residence

The Australian National University completed a Heritage Study of its Acton Campus in 2012. This study was completed by GML Heritage (formerly Godden Mackay Logan) and is the first comprehensive and…

John Curtin School of Medical Research, 1959 (Source: ANU Archives)

Heritage register

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