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The Australian National University
Administration Building, Old Canberra Community Hospital, 1964. This building is now part of the Research School of Earth Sciences (Source: ANU Archives)
Ward and Garran Roads, 1964 (Source: ANU Archives)
RG Menzies Building of the University Library, 1974 (Source: ANU Archives)

Welcome to ANU Heritage

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.

As a Commonwealth Agency, ANU manages its diverse heritage values in line with the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (EPBC Act) and the best practice guideline The Burra Charter – The Australia ICOMOS Charter The Australia ICOMOS Charter for Places of Cultural Significance.

For more information on the heritage of ANU - Contact ANU Heritage.

Updated:  25 May 2017/Responsible Officer:  Director, Facilities & Services Division/Page Contact:  Systems & Information Technology