Canberra’s enviable status as the bush capital has helped it once again secure the title of Australia’s most liveable city as people around the country recognise the contribution getting out in the great outdoors makes to their overall satisfaction.

A recent survey asked capital city residents to rank the attributes they feel most strongly make a location ideal. A top factor was access to the natural environment.

The recently refurbished office building at 4 Marcus Clarke Street is connected to some of Canberra’s most popular recreational spaces.

While enjoying a prime CBD location, 4 Marcus Clarke Street also offer direct access to Lake Burley Griffin. Workers can safely utilise the lake’s many popular walking and riding paths without even crossing a road thanks to a linking pedestrian bridge.

“For a lunchtime workout in the fresh air, the new outdoor gym at Henry Rolland Park is also nearby,” said Colliers International Office Leasing Executive, Caleb Brinton. “Staff health is important to productivity. Its proximity to outdoor spaces makes office space in 4 Marcus Clarke Street conducive to workforce wellbeing.”

“Understanding how important daily activity is to workers in Canberra, a key focus of the upgrade works undertaken by the building owner has been the inclusion of end of trip facilities that can service the full occupancy of the building. A true one-stop-shop for the facilitation of the new wave of workforce health and wellbeing initiatives.”

A total of 2,267sqm is currently available in addition to 67 car spaces and signage rights.

Learn more at 4 Marcus Clarke Street Canberra City