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London Circuit, Canberra, City ACT, 2601

Our ref: # 12473

Let your company reach its full potential at Canberra's most central serviced office environment. With a range of beautifully furnished office suites, boardrooms, training rooms and consulta...

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Marcus Clarke Street, Canberra, 2601

Our ref: # 311

This contemporary business centre is prominently placed in the Australian capital. Top corporations populate the building and the corporate neighbourhood comprises major firms, law courts an...

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London Circuit, Canberra, 2601

Our ref: # 12140

Is a Grade A office building located in the heart of Australia's capital city. Both a convenient and prominent location, 7 London Circuit is located only a short distance from Australia's Pa...

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National Circuit, Barton, Canberra, 2600

Our ref: # 8528

This contemporary business centre is located in the exclusive Parliamentary Triangle. The area features a number of Federal Government Departments and Parliament House, all within walking di...

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Area Information

The acronym ACT stands for Australian Capital Territory, a judicial area located around Canberra, the county’s capital city. The largest inland city in the country; ACT Canberra is 280 km (170 miles) south-west of Sydney. The aborigine people of Australia have lived in this area for over 20,000 years. Canberra is a gateway to many of Australia’s wonders, from the Snowy Mountains to the natural beauty of the coastline.

Business Information

Canberra offers an economy split between government and defence, and new technology. Tower Software and Rule Burst are two independent software companies that are now headquartered in Canberra. Many such companies have moved into the area to capitalise on government contracts and there is still office space available. There are also several Australian Defence Force establishments located in the ACT; such defence institutions include the Australian Defence Force headquarters and HMAS Harman, a naval communications centre.

Entertainment And Dining Out

In ACT Canberra there are many entertainment options after dark. Areas to go and enjoy a view of the cities lights include Black Mountain Tower, Red Hill, or Mount Ainslie lookouts. Daytime and evening ice-skating is popular in the city, you can also go bowling, or choose from one of the many cinemas to see a movie. Food lovers will definitely enjoy ACT Canberra. There are stylish cafes, restaurants with a view and vineyard restaurants offering their latest vintage with each meal. The city has several award-wining hospitality schools producing talented chefs and over 300 dining establishments. Be sure to try Kingsleys Steak & Crabhouse for lunch or dinner, as this is a perfect location to entertain corporate clients.

Transport Information

A major airport within the ACT is the Canberra International Airport, which is within 5 km (3 miles) of the city centre. There are many walking routes and an extensive network of cycle paths in the city. The Northbourne Avenue is a major capillary in Canberra and connects to the Federal Highway leading North to Sydney. CountryLink trains can be taken from the Canberra railway terminus, located in the Kingston district.

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