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FLEXIBLE WORKSPACE SOLUTIONS

TO SUIT YOUR EVERY BUSINESS NEED & REQUIREMENT

Victory Offices understands that one size does not fit all, that each business requires different solutions to ensure they succeed.  This is why we provide tailored packages to meet the needs of you and your business. We offer a variety of services to cater to your needs, including Private Serviced Offices, Virtual Offices, Day Suites, Coworking, Shared Offices and Hot Desks.

Victory Offices has the office solution your business needs to help you and your company grow.  No business is too large or too small at Victory Offices . We pride ourselves on our 6 star service ensuring the success of your business – We mind your business. 

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flexibility

Work your way, from an hour, day, week, month or years.

NO LOCK IN CONTRACTS

Taking the stress and hassle out of your move.

EXPERT SUPPORT

Continuous onsite support by our experienced team.

EXCEPTIONAL OFFICES

Our modern contemporary European fit-outs and state of the art facilities are bound to leave you and your clients impressed.

PREMIUM LOCATIONS

Exactly where your business needs to be to impress and succeed. Ideally located close to public transport and amenities.

STUNNING VIEWS

You’ll never hate coming to work again with the incredible views of the CBD skyline and Sydney Harbour.

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OFFICE SOLUTIONS​

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canberra highlights

NATIONAL GALLERY OF AUSTRALIA

This Australian national art collection is showcased in an impressive purpose-built gallery within the parliamentary precinct. Almost every big name you could think of from Australian and international art, past and present, is represented. Famous works include one of Monet's Waterlilies, several of Sidney Nolan's Ned Kelly paintings, Salvador Dali's Lobster Telephone, an Andy Warhol Elvis print and a triptych by Francis Bacon.

AUSTRALIAN PARLIAMENT HOUSE

Built in 1988, Australia's national parliament building is a graceful and deeply symbolic piece of architecture. Sitting atop Capital Hill, the building is crossed by two axes, north–south and east–west, representing the historical progression and legislative progression of Australian democracy. There's plenty to see inside, whether the politicians are haranguing each other in the chambers or not.

AUSTRALIAN WAR MEMORIAL

Canberra's glorious art-deco war memorial is a highlight in a city filled with interesting architecture. Built to commemorate 'the war to end all wars', it opened its doors in 1941 when the next world war was already well under way. Attached to the memorial is a large, exceptionally well-designed museum devoted to the nation's military history.

AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL BOTANIC GARDENS

On the lower slopes of Black Mountain, these sprawling gardens showcase Australian floral diversity over 35 hectares of cultivated garden and 50 hectares of remnant bushland. Various themed routes are marked out, with the best introduction being the main path (45 minutes return), which takes in the eucalypt lawn, rock garden, rainforest gully and Sydney Region garden. A 3.2km bushland nature trail leads to the garden's higher reaches.

LAKE BURLEY GRIFFIN

This ornamental lake was created in 1963 when the 33m-high Scrivener Dam was erected on the Molonglo River. It's lined with important institutions and monuments, including the National Carillon and Captain Cook Memorial Water Jet. You can cycle the entire 28km perimeter in two hours or walk it in seven. Alternatively, you can make a smaller 'loop' by making use of the two bridges – the popular central loop is 5km and can be walked in 1 hour.

QUESTACON

A must-see for anyone travelling with kids, Canberra's science museum has stacks of fun interactive exhibits that feel nothing like what'd you learn in a classroom. From earthquake simulators to a ginormous model of the moon, there's plenty to keep even adults entertained. Time your visit to catch one of the regular science shows at the on-site theatre – usually at 11am, noon, 1.30pm and 2.30pm, but check online for updated times before your visit.

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