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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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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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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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Moore Street, Canberra, 2601

Our ref: # 24160

This luxurious business centre is ideally located for business on the edge of Canberra's Central Business district. This strategic location offers easy access to local transport links and am...

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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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Area Information

Kingston is a suburb in Southern Canberra, in the Australian state of New South Wales. It is located 6 km (4 miles) from the centre of the capital city. It is the oldest and most densely populated suburbs of the Australian Capital Territory. Neighbouring suburbs are Manuka, Griffith, Barton, and Fyshwick. Kingston is named after the politician Charles Cameron Kingston.

Business Information

Major economic sectors in Kingston include central government administration, defence, computer system design, legal and accounting services, and education. This suburb has become one of the most exclusive in Canberra. The city of Canberra has an economy largely based on government services and defence. The Australian Defence Force and HMAS Harman - a naval communications centre, are both headquartered in Canberra. There are also private sector contributions to the economy that include independent software vendors, such as Tower Software and Rule Burst. There are many locations for serviced offices in the area of Kingston.

Entertainment And Dining Out

Kingston’s streets are named after Australia’s early European explorers. The suburb has one the oldest shopping areas in Canberra - Kingston Shopping Centre. Notable points of interest include the Kingston Powerhouse, Canberra railway station and the Old Bus Depot Markets, which attracts tourists and locals to the lakeside on Sundays. Kingston is known for its bar scene and a lively nightlife. Lake Burley Griffin offers many outdoor activities that include paddle boating, canoeing, and kayaking. Kingston has a variety of restaurants offering diverse cuisine options. Examples include Bollywood Masala, Artespresso, China Plate, and Figaro Restaurant.

Transport Information

Getting to Kingston by plane is quite easy, as Canberra International Airport is 8 km (5 miles) away. The suburb is serviced by ACTION buses. Notable roads in Kingston are the Wentworth Avenue, Eyre Street, and Giles street, with the latter two providing access to the shopping precinct.

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