Canberra Centre is the city’s premier destination for fashion, dining and artful living – a place where the finest local and global brands are showcased and the country's changemakers make the most of their downtime.
Built in 1963 as part of Walter Burley Griffin’s original plan for the nation's capital, Canberra Centre has long set the benchmark for innovation in retail design as the Australia's first fully enclosed and air-conditioned shopping mall.
A go-to destination for fashion and lifestyle shopping
The centre is beloved by locals and visitors alike for its selection of leading international labels and cult local brands, high-end homewares, specialty cafes and wellness experiences. Highlights include the beauty-focused Monaro Mall, a dedicated athleisure precinct, an arthouse cinema and award-winning restaurants with street frontage.
Tiger Lane is a lively pan-Asian dining destination serving up some of the capital's most compelling dining experiences.
Curated by former Saké executive chef Shaun Presland, Tiger Lane invites diners on a journey through the cuisines of Japan, China, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and South Korea. Bringing together over a dozen authentic gastronomic experiences – spanning elevated dining, affordable lunch options and decadent dessert experiences – the all-new, multi-venue precinct is complemented by an inviting al fresco cocktail bar.
The precinct's restaurant-lined promenade activates around 2,000sqm of space to create a bustling day-to-night foodie hotspot that draws local office workers, residents and visitors alike.
One of the capital’s most prominent office towers, 224 Bunda Street was fully remodelled in 2021 in readiness for a new generation of business leaders.
The $25m redevelopment included major upgrades to the streetscape and entrance lobby of the 12-storey building as the well as the second-floor lift lobby that connects visitors to the adjoining retail and dining amenity of Canberra Centre.
It also introduced premium coworking and next-generation conference facilities to the CBD in collaboration with flexible workspace innovator Work Club Global. End-of-trip facilities have also been added to enable a stress-free transition between home, travel and work for Canberrans embracing a physically active lifestyle.
The Australian Taxation Office has been a long time occupier of the commercial tower next to Canberra Centre, with key government personnel spread across more than 22,600sqm and enjoying easy access to the abundant retail and lifestyle amenity.
Two24 Conferencing is a technology-rich collection of meeting, training and corporate entertaining spaces suited to everything from private interviews to company-wide town halls.
Each room features bespoke contemporary furnishings and leading-edge equipment to help professionals make a lasting impression.
Event catering is available via lauded Canberra restaurant INKA, along with concierge services such as printing, dry cleaning and floristry. Interconnectivity with Canberra Centre provides access to abundant carparking as well as premium retail amenity.
Canberra Work Club offers shared and private workspace solutions via a range of membership options to enable entrepreneurs, project teams and visiting professionals to hit the ground running.
Boasting views over Glebe Park as well as a club lounge and café, the artfully designed facility also provides access to corporate concierge services and exclusive events.