Serviced, self catering, furnished budget 2 bedroom apartment/duplex near Canberra CBD.
Ainslie is a leafy suburb of Canberra in the North Canberra district. The suburb was named after James Ainslie, a veteran of the Battle of Waterloo and the first overseer of “Duntroon Station” and who was commissioned to drive a mob of sheep south from Bathurst until he found suitable land. Ainslie chose the Limestone Plains (Canberra District) and was overseer for ten years before returning to Scotland. The suburb is characterised by leafy streets, and mainly by detached single dwelling houses. Many see a “village” atmosphere around the many small parks. Ainslie is within walking distance of the city and the nature trails of Mount Ainslie are nearby with the Australian War Memorial, many restaurants of Dickson and the City. Ainslie has many benefits: a central location, with equally easy access to the CBD, Russell Offices, Parliamentary Triangle and the bush trails of Mount Ainslie; the abundance of charming early twentieth-century, heritage-listed houses; mature street trees and general leafiness; and a vibrant local shopping centre. Many of Canberra’s government departments, including the Russell Offices, Defence, ATO, CSIRO, Centrelink along with the Australian National University are located within a 5 min drive from the accommodation. Belconnen Town Centre is around 15 minutes drive and Tuggeranong Town Centre is around 20 minutes drive both a little longer by Public Transport. Please click below photos for unit information.