A Century of Revolutionary Change (1917-2017) - Accommodation

 

Accommodation:

There is a wide range of accommodation available in Canberra both on campus and in the city nearby. Conference participants are responsible for organising their own accommodation. For those wishing to stay on campus, we recommend booking early as spaces are limited.

On-campus:

University House ($135 per night) - University House is our recommended option. It is well-located and has good facilities. Please book directly with University House but advise the conference organisers of your booking, as we have had several rooms set aside for conference participants.

Toad Hall ($70 per night) - Toad Hall is a budget on-campus option. However, availability is limited so participants wanting to stay here should contact Toad Hall promptly.

Walking distance from the ANU:

The ANU is in Acton, a five-minute walk from Canberra City (Civic). The suburbs of Braddon and Turner are also nearby.

Hotel Hotel
Novotel Canberra
QT Canberra
Peppers Gallery Hotel
Medina Executive James Court
Quest Serviced Apartments Canberra
Waldorf On London
YHA Canberra City (Budget)

 

DINING OPTIONS

Many dining options exist a short walk from The Australian National University

On-campus
Teatro Vivaldi
Boffins

Walking distance from the ANU

Tosolini's
Iori Japanese Restaurant
Cream Café and Bar
Bar Rochford

GETTING AROUND

Canberra airport is a fifteen-minute taxi drive to the city (approx. $30 fare).
There is an airport bus shuttle service to the city costing only $12 one way.
Canberra Visit Information centre provides helpful advice on the city’s attractions, transport and other practical matters.

ANU
Information for visitors to the Australian National University can be found here:
Australian National University Campus Map

All Conference sessions will be held in the CAIS building.

OTHER INFORMATION

A comprehensive list of other accommodation and tourist options in Canberra are available in the following links:

Visit Canberra
Canberra Tourism

 

Updated:  18 August 2017/Responsible Officer:  College Dean/Page Contact:  CASS Marketing & Communications