Braddon, Turner and Haig Park
The Canberra City Centre is constantly undergoing changes and improvements with the aim of creating a better space for shopping, dining, events and leisure. Over the last 5 years the ACT government, along with private enterprise, have contributed to many outstanding improvements to Canberra City.
Restaurants, bars and nightclubs throughout the city centre were strongly represented at the ACT Hospitality Awards last night, with establishments in Braddon, New Acton and the CBD picking up awards.
Ready for another week of the daily grind as we say goodbye to July? Here’s what’s on this week in the City.
A discussion paper titled Transforming Canberra’s City Centre brought together town planners, public servants, retailers, restaurateurs, building owners and designers to explore how we can jumpstart Canberra’s city centre.
What a success! The first ever World Curry Festival in the City held over 18-19 July attracted thousands of visitors to the City centre across the weekend.
We wanted to know how people get out and about in the city, so we went to the streets to find out…
Canberra CBD Limited CEO Jane Easthope is presenting at the ICTC & Mainstreet conference on the benefit the City Centre Marketing and Improvements Grant benefits the CBD of the nation’s capital.
If you have recovered from last week’s busy week, the city has plenty more options coming your way to keep you occupied this week. Skate in the City (now – 26 Jul) Skate in the City is now in its final week! Don’t miss your chance to skate at Canberra’s only open air ice rink, now […]