Life in Canberra.

Canberra is a unique, international city – the perfect base for our unique, internationally focused work.  


Canberra. Australia's best-kept secret?

The epicentre of Australia’s government and politics, Canberra maintains a modern energy. As Australia’s only purpose-built, planned city, it’s easy to navigate, and brimming with gardens and green spaces. Its excellent layout means that compared to other major cities, Canberra has far less congestion. Meaning it’s always easy to access the city's abundant museums and galleries, malls and markets, bars and clubs, restaurants and cafes, wineries and breweries, sports stadiums, theatres, national parks, nature reserves and walking trails. To top things off, Canberra boasts many family friendly venues including Questacon, the National Zoo and Aquarium and the National Arboretum. And if you’re heading out of town, Canberra's geographical location means a quick weekend getaway to Sydney,
the South Coast or the snow fields, is always an option.  

Canberra has an excellent system of arterial roads which rarely experience the traffic found in other cities. Alternative forms of transport are easily accessible and include a light rail, bus network, taxis and a comprehensive array of bicycle paths. 

Canberra has four distinct seasons. Summer is generally warm to hot with low humidity (13 – 28 degrees Celsius), winter is cool and sunny (0 – 11 degrees Celsius), and spring and autumn are mostly mild (7-20 degrees Celsius). 

Make our base, your home base too.

Those thinking about moving to the nation's capital will be pleased to know that Canberra has been ranked as the most liveable city in the country three years in a row (2017 – 2019) by the Life in Australia report, with residents consistently indicating that they felt safe here, and were content with the city's job prospects. The Lonely Planet in 2018 also named Canberra as the third best city to travel to. Canberra is also home to a number of world-class research and education institutions with a number of universities (including the #1 ranked University in Australia), training institutions, colleges and schools providing high-quality education, for both children and adults. Canberra has a range of impressive venues for live music and theatre, sporting teams that compete in national competitions, two of the largest being the Canberra Raiders (NRL) and the Brumbies (Rugby Union). Canberra also has national basketball, field hockey, cricket and ice hockey teams. Some popular areas for entertainment are the City (Civic), Braddon and Kingston Foreshore, where there are a large number of restaurants, cinemas and indoor and outdoor shopping areas. For more information on life in Canberra, check out or Visit Canberra