<h1>Canberra CBD Apartments </h1>
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Our furnished CBD apartments offer quality without comprising on style and comfort while being perfectly positioned for leisure or business. The apartments are beautifully appointed in a quality complex all within easy access of facilities. The apartments vary in size from 1 to 3 bedrooms with differing configurations. Positioned to capitalise on the locations attraction, ensuring your stay is a memorable one.
The apartments come complete with, but not limited to:
Full sized and equipped kitchen
Spacious living areas
Washing and drying facilities
Large high definition televisions
Reverse cycle air conditioning
Wireless broadband internet access in room (fees apply)
Furnished balconies or terraces available to some apartments
When you visit the CBD serviced apartments in Canberra, prepare to experience one good thing after another. Because whether it’s world-class wining and dining, iconic national treasures or breathtaking adventures, everything you’re after is just moments away.
Just a short stroll from the apartments, is the hip Lonsdale Street, the heart of Braddon’s ever-changing shopping and foodie precinct. It offers an eclectic mix of boutiques, cool cafes, bakeries, restaurants and bars. An exciting variety of pop up stores lines Lonsdale Street, including an eclectic selection of independent small businesses, artists, florists and hairdressers.
The capital houses many of the country’s cultural institutions all with in a quick commute from the CBD Serviced apartments:
The Australian War Memorial is a must-see museum. It has gallery exhibits, memorabilia, personal stories, combat displays, research facilities and a sculpture garden. It casts a personal light on the nature of war.
The National Museum details Australian history and culture via interactive displays, high-tech exhibits and many art galleries. The museum also features several restaurants, theatres and a resource centre.
Parliament House is a constant crowd-pleaser. The building is an architectural wonder with outstanding landscaping that is complemented by white pillars. It's an impressive site to visit.
The Australian National Botanic Gardens is a horticultural heaven for plant and flower lovers. It is home to rock gardens, native plants, eucalyptus lawns and its own rainforest. You'll be stunned by this beautiful garden.