It’s located at 73 Northbourne is located a short five-minute walk from the city centre of Australia’s capital. Enjoy natural sunlight and unobstructed city views whilst being surrounded by Canberra’s leading businesses as well as a myriad of entertainment, cafes, and shops. The building has been specifically designed and upgraded to deliver exceptional value to all occupants. Your guests will have a superior experience from the moment they walk through the foyer all the way up to your exclusive workspace on Level 5. With e-bike charging points, new state of the art end-of-trip facilities, and a business lounge you can ensure that wellbeing and work-life balance can become a priority. Look forward to your commute to work in Australia’s largest inland city. 73 Northbourne is right on the doorstep of the new light rail terminal which means it’s even easier to get to work. Allow your business to thrive at this premium location.
It’s located at Jalan Bangsar. There are two-way access to reach this place which is by car or public transport as such as Car, taxi, bus, train, tram and bicycle. There is few nearest parking lot, which is open for 24 hours at Wilson parking, secure parking-10 National Circuit car park, secure parking-39 Brisbane Avenue. Furthermore, there are few nearby hotels such as Little National Hotel Canberra, Burbury Hotel Canberra, Hotel Kurrajong Canberra and restaurant like Chairman & Yip, An Nguyen Vegan and Vincent restaurant. Besides, for leisure can go to few shopping malls nearby like Canberra Centre, Westfield Belconnen and Homeworld.
Located in the heart of the Woden Town Center, this space will be positioned conveniently next to Westfield Woden Shopping Center on Neptune Street. The centre joins two other coworking spaces in Canberra, as the demand for coworking space in the country’s capital grows year by year. There is the Canberra Railway Station which is just a six-minute walking distance to the bus station. The centre is located in a very convenient location surrounded by many restaurants such as Korean BBQ, Subway, Chinese restaurants, KFC, cake shops, Vietnamese restaurants, McDonald’s and pizza shops, providing you with lots of lunch options. There is a supermarket just a 3-minute walking distance away, convenient for your day to day needs.
The business centre is surrounded by cafes, restaurants, shops, culture and attractions. The Street Theatre, staging ambitious contemporary performances, is just four minutes away on Childers Street. Also close by are the Drill Hall Gallery and the Australian National University Library. Take a break from work and stroll the short distance to Turner Parkland or City Hall Park, or work out at ANU Sport Fitness Centre or Fellows Oval Athletic Field. There are bus stops just a two-minute walk away at Marcus Clarke Street before Rimmer Street and at City West Interchange Bay 1.
The office is located within Canberra’s Civic district, surrounded by a range of commercial, retail, government and residential premises. It is at the centre of everything that Canberra has to offer whether you are looking for businesses or recreational services.
Benefits of working here:
You have your own private office (even for virtual clients), receptionist and marketing team (if needed) – saving you the hassle of hiring and training staff. You have a fully equipped office with ready networks in and out of Australia. We provide administration and marketing services as well.
This office space is conveniently located in the heart of Canberra’s central business district, just a stone’s throw from the Australian National University campus. The centre is surrounded by bars, restaurants and cafes, including the Civic Pub, The Pancake Parlour, and Coffee Lab, just to name a few. Turner Parkland is just a seven-minute walk away, offering a natural respite from your busy office day.
The centre is easily accessible, whether via bus from one of the many stops lining the roads outside, or by car – central Canberra is just a nine-minute drive away. Canberra Airport (CBR) is a 13-minute drive, offering both domestic and international flights – ideal for business visitors.
An A-Grade, modern building, this business centre has ample restaurant and cafe choices nearby. Lunchtime walks to Lake Burley Griffin are a must.
Located on Marcus Clarke Street in Canberra, these offices are close to everything you need to get through the working day, including park areas for relaxing and the Canberra Centre just a 10 minute walk away.
Located just outside of Canberra, at the new airport terminal for Canberra Airport (CBR), this centre is ideally located for building your business, whether your commute is local or international. Canberra city centre is just a 13-minute drive from the space, offering access to plenty of culture, nature, hospitality and retail opportunities.
The office space itself is surrounded by plenty of facilities, including cafes, restaurants, local supermarkets and even hotels for those business clients who need to make overnight stays. Parking is available around the centre, and local buses stop right outside every 20 minutes.
The centre is in Northbourne Ave, Dickson. You can easily access to the centre by bus (Northbourne Av Motor Registry. or Antill St after Badham St.). It’s just a six-minute walking distance to the bus station. The centre is in a very convenient location. The centre is surrounded by many restaurants such as Korean BBQ, Subway, Chinese restaurant, KFC, cake shop, Vietnamese restaurants, McDonald’s and pizza shops, providing with lots of lunch options. There is a supermarket, only a 3-minute walking distance from the centre for your day to day needs.
The centre is in Wormald Street, Symonston. You can easily access to the centre by bus (Canberra Av Caravan Park. or Canberra Av after Geelong St.). It’s just a six-minute walking distance to the bus station. The centre is in a very convenient location. There is also limited on-site parking available; you can ask for more details if needed. The centre is surrounded by Australian Pesticides And Veterinary Medicines Authority, kinder haven, Officeworks, Office of Regulatory Services and Animal Referral Hospital.
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