For lease

Workspaces, Building 13

Spaces for lease in a new building

Building 13, the first new building at Dairy Road, is designed by Turner Prize-winning architecture, design and art collective, Assemble (UK). Workspaces ranging from 189 - 7,000 sqm suiting small and large organisations who will value an atypical location with nature views.

Robust spaces for a wide variety of ways of working in Building 13 now leasing.

Spaces have nature views either across the Jerrabomberra Wetlands or, in time, over a large contemplative public space: a grassy wetlands with raised board- walks and stepping stones. The overall immersion in a natural environment will suit organisations that value an atypical setting designed to foster creative and divergent thinking. All spaces have generous ceiling heights, large operable windows, abundant light and shallow floorplates. Fit outs are fully customisable to suit tenant needs. Climate-sensitive design – the main façade of metal mesh awnings provides shading to the internal spaces – ensures occupant comfort and health while reducing energy use.


Workspaces will be colocated with an all day eatery, wellness spaces and retail. These commercial offerings, split over ground, level 1 and level 2, open out to a new wetlands garden and public space to be constructed onsite. Building 13 is designed by Turner Prize-winning architecture, design and art collective, Assemble (UK) in collaboration with Jam and EllEll Architects (UK), Jane Irwin Landscape Architecture (AUS), CK Architects (AUS), Indesco (AUS) and Norman, Disney & Young (AUS). The building will be the first built as part of the industrious neighbourhood – where over time ten new buildings will be constructed to the north of the existing Building 3. The neighbourhood will support a spectrum of activities from production and manufacturing, sport and recreation, retail and community activities along with spaces for work.


Dairy Road is a 14-hectare site in Canberra’s East Lake next to the industrial suburb of Fyshwick and the Jerrabomberra Wetlands. So far at Dairy Road, an adaptive reuse approach has focused on interior architectural insertions in two existing industrial warehouses, providing workshops for makers and producers. More recently indoor recreation and wellness operators have also found a home in these repurposed spaces. Gardens have replaced asphalt and concrete providing shade, seating and open areas for events and play. These works have transformed Dairy Road into a destinational innovation and creative precinct with an established community of 40+ businesses working across art, culture and design, creative industries, technology, food production, hospitality, light industry, and recreation and health, attracting 800,000 visitors annually.

Dairy Road is located 5 kilometres from Canberra’s city centre with easy connections via bus and active travel paths. A typical car journey to the city centre takes approximately 10 minutes. The precinct is located 3 kilometres from Canberra Airport, providing immediate access to daily domestic flights to all major Australian cities.

  • Features

    Large operable windows
    Sweeping nature views
    40KW rooftop solar array

  • Fit out

    Raw concrete ceiling
    3.7-metre ceiling height
    Flooring specified by tenant

  • Services

    KONE passenger and oversized lift (suited for large furniture and equipment)
    Common bathrooms included
    Parcel lockers and mail boxes on ground floor
    Fibre to tenancy
    Secure car parking bays available in the basement with provision for EV charging
    End of trip facilities

Building 13 stacking plan

Building 13 stacking plan


Neighbourhood Highlights

  • Blochaus
    Building 2, 1 Dairy Road
    A series of bouldering walls, vegan cafe, yoga studio and provider of remedial, dry needling, kinesio taping and sports massage.

  • Brodburger
    Building 3, 1 Dairy Road
    Delicious flame-grilled burgers available dine-in and takeaway from the taproom inside Capital Brewing Co..

  • Canberra City Farm
    2 Dairy Road
    A place to creatively share knowledge and experience of socially, economically and environmentally responsible food production and sustainable living. Events include winter solstice celebrations and grafting workshops.

  • Capital Brewing Co.
    Building 3, 1 Dairy Road
    An independently owned and run brewery. Capital do all of their brewing on site at Dairy Road as well as run their taphouse.

  • Fyshwick Markets
    36 Mildura Street
    Canberra’s oldest, all-day fresh-food markets. Open from 7am to 5.30pm Thursday to Sunday.

  • Jasper + Myrtle
    Building 3, 1 Dairy Road
    Handmade, single-origin and flavoured bars with natural ingredients. Family owned and run.

  • Jerrabomberra Wetlands
    Dairy Road
    One of the most valuable wetland habitat areas in the ACT, and of national and international importance. A refuge for migrating birds from the northern hemisphere and inland Australia.

  • Local Press
    35 Eastlake Parade
    Health-conscious cafe. They also place a great deal of effort in reducing waste; redirecting from landfill to be recycled, re-used or composted.

  • Megalo Print Studio and Gallery
    21 Wentworth Avenue
    Specialist classes, clubs and studios servicing all forms of printmaking; fabric, paper, lithography, relief and etching.

  • ONA Coffee House Cafe
    68 Wollongong Street
    Single-origin coffee and all-day breakfast, served in a light, modern cafe with outdoor tables. Also Canberra’s largest specialty roaster and supplier.

Need a space? Let’s talk

Email [email protected] Call Yianni +61 414 304 010 Call Ashleigh +61 466 307 006