Inside UWA's WW2 bomb shelter

UWA was WA's top-performing university for course completion.

UWA was WA's top-performing university for course completion. Photo: Bohdan Warchomij

UWA's Withrop Hall was once used as an air raid shelter and watch-house by students during World War Two.

Retired UWA visitors centre manager Terry Larder spoke to Simon Beaumont on the afternoon program about the quirky history of Western Australia's most iconic University. 

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