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Behind the Doors of UWA

Behind the Doors of UWA

Ranked in the top 100, The University of Western Australia (founded 1913) is a national and internationally-recognised leader in the field of higher education in this State.

UWA Historical Society’s volunteer tour guide, author and historian Terry Larder will be your MC for this free 90-minute informative walking tour of the campus.

Visit and hear stories about Winthrop Hall, the Sunken Garden, New Fortune Theatre and E de C Clarke Geology Museum, as well as viewing the final day of Jintulu: People of the Sun, at the Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery.  One of the highlights of this current exhibition is the magnificent 13-metre-long mural by Sir Sidney Nolan, The Snake (1973).

Details: meet at the base of the UWA Clock Tower, Winthrop Hall.

Image courtesy of The University of Western Australia


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    Sat 27 Apr | 10:30am - 12pm and 2:30pm - 4pm

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    Free Ticketed event

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    35 Stirling Highway

    Crawley WA 6009

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