At its heart, Campbell 5 is about building a strong and successful neighbourhood precinct where residents and visitors are engaged on multiple levels.
Campbell 5 is a bold new benchmark for future living in the nation's capital. Drawing inspiration from the world's best urban precincts, it is one of the most visionary developments ever seen in Canberra. It is an all-encompassing destination village and park-side living quarter that is set to reinvigorate this city's architectural, social and residential landscape.
Global in vision and imagination, this ground breaking project will soon advance the story of Canberra to a whole new level. We welcome you to experience Campbell 5. The location Five minutes to the city. Five minutes to Parliament House. Five minutes to the retail and dining precincts in Braddon, Kingston and Manuka.
Campbell 5 is flanked by Canberra's grandest boulevards, Constitution Avenue and Anzac Parade. Its prime position at the city's symbolic heart puts you close to the best of Canberra.
Stroll to the power hubs of the Parliamentary Triangle, major commercial and governmental institutions, Civic's leading retail and entertainment venues, and the shores of Lake Burley Griffin.
Canberra Airport and the Australian National University are within a few minutes' drive while the proposed metro light rail system will further pave the way for a citywide network of easy and rapid public transport links. Community spaces In the wider precinct and the residential communal spaces, there are so many opportunities to live and socialise outside your apartment.
Entertain in the private residents' dining room. Duck down for an espresso or a casual bite in the plaza. Head up to the rooftop gardens and greet the day with morning yoga or get to know your neighbours over a game of pool in the residents' club room.
Outdoor living From view-filled roof gardens to rolling grass lawns, Campbell 5 blends natural splendour with a relaxed village vibe.
Generous open space provides ample green leisure zones while also creating landscaped transitions to the neighbouring established residential areas.
The new Hassett Park provides a range of experiences from intimate 'play pods' and exercise areas to open native grasslands, wetlands and woodlands.
Releases The first two releases in Campbell 5, Saint-Germain and Greenwich Park, draw inspiration from global cities and precincts recognised for their liveability, creativity and sense of place.
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