Kioloa Management Committee

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Kioloa Management Committee

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1975 - 2000

History

The Kioloa Management Committee was responsible for the management of the Kioloa field research station, established as the Edith and Joy London Foundation, which was donated by Miss Joy London to the Australian National University. Its chairman reported to the ANU Council and its members included both University and voluntary staff. A review in 2000 reconstituted the Management Committee as the Kioloa Advisory Board, with the day-to-day management undertaken by a Campus Manager and a part-time Campus Administrator. The property is located on the New South Wales south coast between Kioloa and Bawley Point villages.

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Australian National University website: http://kioloa.anu.edu.au
Richard E Barwick, The Edith and Joy London Foundation: A Concise History, 1998

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