A Landscape for Learning: A History of the Grounds of The University of Western Australia
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A Landscape for Learning traces the story of the University's vibrant setting. From its early role as an Aboriginal meeting place and hunting ground, the site became the landholding of some of the State's most prominent colonists before being offered as the magnificent location for Western Australia's first university.
The book includes sections on areas of special interest such as the Sunken Garden, Somerville Auditorium and Japanese Garden, and is illustrated throughout with colour and black and white images.