Office space in Canberra

Choose from over 5 locations in Canberra.

Our office space in Canberra is well-equipped to meet your organisation’s needs

Our serviced offices feature high-speed Internet and business grade facilities, so you can transition into the space easily. With a staffed reception, short and long-term agreements and additional facilities available, our offices in Canberra provide solutions for businesses of any size.

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One of the most integral commercial areas in Sydney, Parramatta’s connections to nearby districts have made it a highly desirable location.


Featuring both residential and commercial developments, Mascot is an affluent Sydney suburb with direct access to the city’s airport.

Sydney CBD

With perhaps one of the most reliable public transport networks in the world, Sydney CBD has attracted the likes of HSBC, Citibank and AXA.

Macquarie Park

Home to Hitachi, Jaguar, Microsoft and many others, Macquarie Park has cemented itself as one of Sydney’s leading commercial districts.

About office space in Canberra

From partitioned and window offices to a fully serviced office or office suite, our extensive portfolio in Canberra provides for all of them. Staffed receptions, high-speed Internet and an in-house team, which handles every aspect of office admin, all come as standard with our office space for rent in the city. You benefit from paying one fixed daily charge, which is invoiced on a single document for simplified accounting. With flexibility as a key feature of our office space, our temporary accommodation also provides as little as one month’s notice to cancel. Whether you need the convenience of short term and daily rentals or the security afforded by our longer-term contracts, we are able to tailor our office space to suit your requirements.

Australia’s capital city, Canberra, benefits from a strategic location between Melbourne and Sydney, both of which can be accessed via three national highways and an established rail line out of the city’s central station. International travel is afforded via Canberra International Airport, with regular flights to New Zealand and Asia, while connections with the country’s other aviation hubs provide domestic and connecting flights to other global destinations. The city is the home of the Department of Defence, the Australian Taxation Office and the Department of Health, all of which make a substantial contribution to the high levels of employment here. Higher education is also a key asset, attracting over 20,000 students and supporting 3,000 staff at the Australian National University alone.

What’s available

Interior offices

Interior offices

A regular Regus office, minus the view; our lowest cost office space.

Window office

Window office

A private office space with a view, available in all our centres.