The Bradley Forum – level 5:
Bradley Forum, situated in the award-winning architecture of UniSA’s Hawk building at City West, has played host to numerous international gatherings, conferences and symposia. It offers expansive views towards North Adelaide and the city river-front, and demonstrates state-of-the-art audio visual facilities and lighting. The space features optimal acoustic performance with floor to wall fabric paneling and multiple projection screens for 360˚viewing. It is an ideal location for professional and academic gatherings – suitably intimate for successful discussion and networking but large enough to comfortably accommodate several hundred guests.
The Bradley Forum is named after former UniSA Vice Chancellor and President, Professor Denise Bradley AO, in recognition of her significant contribution to the University.
The Kerry Packer Civic Gallery – level 3:
On level 3 beneath the Bradley Forum, the Kerry Packer Civic Gallery provides a space perfectly suited to both visual displays and events. The Gallery runs the length of the building and forms a loop of space that connects the public entry at North Terrace to the heart of the campus, via the Allan Scott Auditorium.
Generously endowed by the Packer Family, the Gallery is named after the late Kerry Packer, a prominent figure in Australia’s media industry history
The Allan Scott Auditorium – levels 2 & 3:
The Allan Scott Auditorium is a 400-seat theatre and a carefully-configured, contemporary, audio-visual speaking venue for the UniSA academic community. Comfortable seating is accompanied by hinged writing tops for note taking and is suitably tiered to guarantee unobstructed viewing of both the presenter and their visuals. It is fitted with formal entry points from the heart of the campus and the Kerry Packer Civic Gallery, and is a moment’s walk along the quadrangle from the SASA Gallery.
UniSA acknowledges the generous support of Allan Scott AO, Chairman and CEO of the Scott Group of Companies.