June 2012
 
This month we have four tours, and with winter now upon us, two of these will be indoors. Professor John Rayner and his musical team will treat us to entertaining insights into the science sound, and ANU PhD student Barbara Frasl will take us behind the scenes at one of the world’s leading research facilities in geosciences. Outdoors, George Abrahams and John Sullivan will lead tours of the beautiful landscapes and gardens of the ANU, and the innovative and creative work done on the campus in the area of sustainability.

Please remember to book for all tours, as numbers are limited. Click on the links below for more information.

Sunday 17th June: Science, Singing and Sax

Tuesday 19th June: ANU Sustainability Tour

Tuesday 26th June: ANU Landscapes and Gardens

Friday 29th June: A Geological Time Travelling Experience


ONGOING

Wednesday Walks 12:00pm – 1:00pm               
Acton Walkways holds social lunchtime walks every Wednesday. We take different routes each week, exploring scenery around the Acton Peninsula, Sullivans Creek and the many trails of the ANU Campus. Meet at The Street Theatre, corner of Childers St. & University Ave.


Share your 'Sunken Stories of Old Acton'
Do you have stories or photos of Acton before Lake Burley Griffin was filled?  As part of the 'Sunken Stories of Old Acton' project funded by ACT Heritage we are documenting the Old Acton memories of residents and visitors. Please contact us if you would like to share yours with us!


 
 
 
 
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