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  • Sophisticated Simple Living

    Nishi is Australia’s most radically sustainable mixed-use building and apartment complex and represents the third and final stage of the NewActon precinct and responds to our more communal, more cosmopolitan and more world-wise ways of being. Nishi is the new beacon for more responsible, sustainable living in Canberra because it brings together the notions of community and environmental positivism in the one place.

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    Charles Crowther 0408 868 511
     

  • Make Your Move

    NewActon South is the striking centrepiece of NewActon precinct; a sensuous glass, steel and concrete curvilinear apartment tower that transcends the everyday through its quality of thought, exacting craftsmanship, distinctive materiality and ever-present integration of contemporary art.

     

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    Charles Crowther 0408 868 511

     

  • Tuesday March 31
    Courtyard Cinema - Ghostbusters

    Every Tuesday night from sunset during the Summer months, A. Baker hosts Courtyard Cinema in their eastern courtyard, NewActon - screening a different film each week.

    Deck chair admission is free on the purchase of an A. Baker glass of wine or bottle of beer or book a table with friends for dinner during the movie. For bookings, call A. Baker on 02 8287 6150.

    In the event of wet weather, the screening will be cancelled. Cancellations will be announced on the A. Baker facebook page, 3 hours prior to the screening.

    GHOSTBUSTERS
    Dir: Harold RAMIS, USA, 1984, 105 mins, (PG)

    Left-field academics Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis try to solve their problems with both authority and their bank manager by ‘monetising’ their research into the paranormal.

  • Saturday May 9
    Plume

    ‘Plume’ curated by Canberra artist Meg Morton explores the infinite possibilities within the Australian flora and fauna. This exhibition draws attention to the smallest of details that are usually discarded or overlooked though an extensive collection of drawn images.