8 March 2013

Tours of ANU

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The Australian National University is letting it be knows that they’re running heritage tours of their labyrinthine campus.

The ANU Heritage Office has compiled the fascinating history of the University’s heritage-listed buildings and surrounds for four new tours to mark the Centenary of Canberra celebrations.

The tours have been designed to cover a range of themes, buildings and landscapes. ANU Heritage Officer Amy Guthrie will run four tours for the public throughout March.

Details on how to get on board are online.

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littlemissscifi3:11 pm 08 Mar 13

What a shame that they hold them during the hours when everyone is at work.

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