Kioloa Coastal Campus
Welcome to the Kioloa Coastal Campus of the Australian National University
The Edith and Joy London Foundation
Kioloa Coastal Campus Open Day 3rd to 7 January 2017. Information on News page
The Kioloa Coastal Campus is an ideal setting for - teaching, field classes, research & field work, conferences & workshops, retreats & team buildings. Please enjoy viewing our short video.
Welcome to country
In the spirit of reconciliation the Australian National University recognises that Kioloa is situated on country for which the Murramarang people have been custodians for thousands of generations, and on which they have performed age-old ceremonies of celebration, initiation and renewal. We acknowledge
their living culture and unique role in life of this region, and offer our deep appreciation for their contribution to and support of our academic enterprise.
A commemorative plaque can be found in the firepit garden.
South coast research field station
Are you undertaking short or long-term research? Planning an educational field trip? Do you need to conduct field training courses or educational activities? Perhaps you need a secluded space for your annual retreat, workshop, seminar or meetings?
The Kioloa Coastal Campus (KCC) of the ANU offers accommodation and research facilities at a unique location, extending from the high tide mark through a diverse ecology to thick bushland. This 348 hectare field station (Topographical Map pdf 153 KB) and (Aerial map pdf 2834 KB), now one of Australia's premier field stations, was established through the generosity of former owner Joy London, as The Edith and Joy London Foundation in honour of her mother,
Edith. The field station is situated on the NSW south coast between Kioloa and Bawley Point villages, easily accessible from Canberra, Sydney and Wollongong. (Directions Kioloa Coastal Campus)