ANU Archives tunnel tour

Hosted by ANU Archives and ANU Library

Have you heard about the ANU Archives in the Acton underhill?  

This is a rare opportunity to tour one of Canberra's best kept secrets. With over 21km of records, the ANU Archives is an extraordinary resource holding archives of Australian businesses and labour organisations from the early 1800s onwards.  

The ANU Archives may look like a very utilitarian building but inside, it holds some of Australia's most historic treasures and is one of the country's biggest archives.  

Places are limited, so book now for this unique insight into a hidden gem on the ANU campus.

Tour Guides
  • Kathryn Dan (University Archivist)
  • Sarah Lethbridge (Senior Archivist)

Date: Sunday 19 March 2023

Time: 11am–12pm

Starting location: Please meet at 28 Balmain Crescent, Acton


Alumni Relations
Phone: 02 6125 5004


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