Accommodation


Student Accommodation at Ursula


Workshop participants will need to book and pay for their own accommodation. The organizer has reserved a limited number of rooms at Ursula Hall. This accomodation is available to students participants and will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis.

The reserved rooms will only be held for a limited time only. Room bookings must be received at Ursula Hall, no later than Friday 19 January 2007. Please ensure you mention that you are attending the workshop "Universal Structures in Mathematics and Computing" (USMC).

Ursula Hall is fully catered student style accomodation, each room has a single bed, desk, and basin. Shower and toilet facilities are communal. Ursula Hall is situated on the University campus and is a 5 minute walk from where the Summer School is located. (map reference). Ursula Hall is a short walk away from many of Canberra's attractions including Lake Burley Griffin and the Australian National Botanic Gardens and it is in easy walking distance of the City Centre. To reserve a room or enquire about the tariff please contact:
Kellie Bertolin
Ursula Hall
Daley Road, ACTON ACT 0200
Telephone: +61 2 6125 6200
Fax: +61 2 6125 6202
Email: Ursula.Hall@anu.edu.au
Web: http://ursula.anu.edu.au/

University House


We have also reserved a limited number of single room with private bathroom facilities at University House.

University House offers hotel style accommodation with complimentry tea and coffee making facilities, coloured television and direct dial telephone service.

There are two restaurants and bars located at University House, please see their website for further particulars.

University House is in easy walking distance of the summer school.

To reserve a room please contact Reservations on:
Telephone: (02) 6125 5211
Intl. Telphone: + 61 2 6125 5211
Fax: (02) 6125 5252
Intl. Fax: + 61 2 6125 5252
Email: accommodation.unihouse@anu.edu.au
Web: http://www.anu.edu.au/unihouse/

The University is within easy walking distance of the city center of Canberra.