The campus was buzzing at Open Day 2018 with over 18,000 visitors turning out to discover what university life is like. With the support of alumni, students and staff who volunteered their time, the day was a great success.
High school students, parents, teachers and the community enjoyed entertainment, activities and displays, along with live music performed by students from the Conservatorium of Music and student DJs from the Electronic Music Appreciation Society.
Visitors also had the opportunity to hop on an off an autonomous bus operating on campus and experience the latest in driverless technology – one of the ways we are investigating what a sustainable campus of the future might look like.
- Reaching new heights.
- Brass band entertains the crowds.
- Fun activities for young and old.
- James Oval proved a stunning venue for the event.
- Time for photographs afterwards.
- The campus was a hive of activity.
- Staff and students were available to answer your questions throughout the day.
- Graduates of the future.
- There was sunshine aplenty.
- A free rickshaw was available to take people on campus tours to view popular sights.
- Lots to catch up on - visitors engage in interactive sessions
- The day was filled with new things to learn about.