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Kambri at ANU

Kambri at ANU has been a meeting place for thousands of years, with the name gifted to the ANU by representatives of the Little Gudgenby River Tribal Council, Buru Ngunawal Aboriginal Corporation, King Brown Tribal Group, and the Ngarigu Currawong Clan.
The Precinct is a vibrant hub offering event, educational, cultural, health, well-being and social experiences in a university setting.
This contemporary space provides a range of unique and diverse venues that can accommodate a full range of events – from sit-down formal dining to full day conferences, networking or a fun cocktail party. With breakout spaces for small meetings ranging from 30 to 60 people, as well as formal theatre spaces with the capacity to seat up to 500 people, and a stunning gallery, there’s the perfect place for every business or function.
The Kambri precinct embodies the spirit of Canberra, connecting public spaces to culture, entertainment and education through a dynamic mix of eateries, art, film, music, theatre and thought.
With the foundations of a strong connection to the land, Kambri has created a central hub that brings together people from all walks of life, and inspires innovation through connecting people, place and culture.

Address The Australian National University,
Acton ACT 2601
Phone 02 6230 4518

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