With the new launch of the Australian National University Kambri Precinct, it’s a great time to make sure you’re up-to-date with everything it has to offer.
What is Kambri?
Kambri is the new and improved precinct of ANU, purpose-built to provide students with a place to unwind, eat, exercise, study and make use of the many other services and entertainment on offer. Previously known as Union Court, Kambri is the largest infrastructure change since the establishment of the campus in 1946.
Where did the name come from?
Representatives from the ACT’s four Indigenous communities came together to gift the name Kambri to the University, to honour its new central meeting place. Members of the Little Gudgenby River Tribal Council, Buru Ngunawal Aboriginal Corporation, King Brown Tribal Group, and the Ngarigu Currawong Clan all participated in the gift.
What will the precinct offer?
Kambri will be the social and service hub for all members of the ANU community. Kambri’s new space will be filled with many familiar ANU retail shops while also showcasing a range of new outlets that suit the needs of the dynamic campus. A full list of all of the retailers joining Kambri can be found here.
What’s going on at Kambri now?
Follow the Kambri Facebook page to see future events as they are announced.