The Australian National University is a world-class research and teaching university, comprised of seven Colleges focussing on the fundamental academic disciplines. The ANU has forged close links with government, business and research institutions in Australia and abroad and is involved in collaborative projects with organisations ranging from NASA to the European Union.


Getting to the ANU

There is helpful information on getting to, from and around the ANU on the University's website.

If arriving by plane, the AirLiner bus service operates between Canberra Airport and Canberra City, Monday to Friday, every 30 minutes and on Saturday and Sunday approximately every hour. A one way ticket is $9 and $15 return. You can catch the AirLiner bus from the central terminal right outside the main doors.

Canberra’s public transport is run by Action Buses.



ANU Campus Map.

The main conference venue is in the Hedley Bull Centre (Building#130) located on map CD32 at grid reference D2.

The film premiere will be screened at the Coombs Lecture Theatre (Building#8a) on map CD32 at grid reference D2.

You can also find the ANU on google maps.


Updated:  13 September 2011/Responsible Officer:  Head of School/Page Contact:  CASS Marketing & Communications