This superbly designed building on North Terrace at the City West Campus houses the Hawke Centre and Hawke Library.
The Hawke Building also includes a number of public facilities, underlining the importance of community engagement to UniSA.
Local and international participants will be able to gain a deeper understanding of the Australian democratic system and current issues, and explore political, environmental and social citizenship.
The Hawke Building was officially opened on 11 October 2007.
Hawke Building sponsors
The construction of the Hawke Building had assistance from a number of major sponsors which were coordinated through the Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre. These included significant support from the family of the late Kerry Packer and Allan Scott. These facilities are available for use by approved entities and details of booking procedures are given below.
Hawke Building facilities
Facilities within the Hawke Building include the Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, Bradley Forum, Allan Scott Auditorium and a number of smaller rooms.
Bradley Forum bookings are handled by Chancellery. Information and booking arrangements.
The Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, managed by the Hawke Centre, may be used for approved activities. Please consider the conditions of use regarding this Gallery and any use is at the discretion of the Director.
All other room bookings (Allan Scott Auditorium and tutorial rooms) are coordinated by FM Assist.
55 North Terrace (cnr Fenn Place and North Terrace), Adelaide, SA 5000
The Hawke Building is located within UniSA's City West Campus on North Terrace. Trams running between South Terrace and North Terrace are free at all times.
Parking close to the Campus may be found on Hindley Street or at the Adelaide Convention Centre - other car parks are show on the map below (click on map for larger pdf version). Street parking is limited.