UniSA’s leafiest campus, Magill’s facilities are perched atop rolling green hills, and threaded through the middle by the Magill Creek.
Magill’s grassed hills present the perfect venue for a trip back to childhood. Lie down, stretch out, close your eyes and roll roll roll. Maturity is way overrated.
Also there is a bookstore where you can buy those really cheap classic novels from and pretend to be cultured.
The river has several bridges, and several bridges that are not bridges, apparently. Show your lack of respect for authority by crossing at the “do not cross here, this is not a thoroughfare” signs. You rebel, you.
Aroma – good food. Extortionate prices.
The Cafe – bad food. Extortionate prices. UniLife Mag recommends the Chicken Tikka, which, we’re told, is made with 50% real chicken.
Campus Vending Machines – believe it or not, there’s one that offers hot pizza.
The Tower Hotel (10 mins up St. Bernards Road) – the closest thing Magill has to a bar.
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