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Heritage study - ANU Acton Campus, volume 1 - whole campus assessment

Physics Building and Bruce Hall, 1965 (Source: ANU Archives)

The ANU 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 integrated assessment of the historic, natural and Indigenous heritage values of the Acton Campus against the Commonwealth and National Heritage criteria of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act 1999 (Cwth) (EPBC Act). The Heritage Study identified Heritage values against eight of the Commonwealth Heritage criteria, and also identified that the campus meets the threshold for National Heritage listing for its historic heritage values. The study satisfies the obligation of the EPBC Act to identify the heritage values of places within ANU ownership and control. ANU will continue to undertake studies of each of its campuses in the coming years.

View Volume 1 of the ANU Acton Campus Heritage Study (pdf 10MB).

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