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Infinity Towers: the sky’s the limit

HerCanberra Team

Where am I?  I am Canberra’s highest residential development, with two towers standing 20 and 22 storeys high; I boast a 25m infinity pool, spa and Canberra’s first Sky Park. I have views of the water, mountains and city; and am just two minutes from restaurants and retail.

The answer’s not Kingston Foreshore or any other trendy ‘inner’ suburb. It’s Infinity Towers in Gungahlin—a development that is set to change the way you think about it.

Artist's impression.

Artist’s impression.

This is not some run-of-the-mill apartment complex. Infinity Towers will be impossible to miss—only the Telstra Tower will stand above the towers on the Canberra skyline. So, yeah, the aspiring home owners at HerCanberra HQ are pretty excited.

Here are five reasons why we’ll be hitting up the display suite when it opens on Saturday.

There’s something for everyone.

Apartments start from $249 900 with a range of one, two and three-bedroom apartments with varied floor plan options on offer, including two-storey terraces and penthouses.


Artist’s impression.

You can have a holiday without leaving home.

The ‘resort-style amenities’ include a 2500-square-metre “sky park”—a 25-metre long infinity pool hovering 20 metres above the ground and overlooking Yerrabi Pond, landscaped gardens, BBQ area, gym and more.


Artist’s impression.

Everything is (literally) on the doorstep.

With The Marketplace and Yerrabi Pond waterfront dining just two minutes walk away, Infinity Towers is right in the middle of the action. It’s also adjacent to public parklands, walking tracks and ponds, with Belconnen just 15 minutes away, and the city a 20-minute drive.


Artist’s impression.

The views.

Infinity Towers’ height gives it access to uninterrupted views across Yerrabi Pond that are unlikely to ever be built out (the project’s approval came just before a 23-metre height limit was imposed for all new structures in Gungahlin). Residents will also be able to see the Brindabellas in the west, Canberra City to the south and the Gungahlin region in the east. 

Artist's impression.

Artist’s impression.

You can style it your way.

With three interior colour schemes, you can customise your space to suit your own taste: the Scandinavian scheme incorporates lighter tones, the French Provincial option features mid tones and the Modern design is a darker palette. Ariston appliances, Methven Blaze tapware and Radii fixtures complement the schemes, with the option for chrome or black tapware.


Artist’s impression.

Explore Infinity Towers

Visit the display suite from this Saturday 16 April to get up close and personal with Infinity Towers – you can even put on virtual reality goggles to experience the views from some of the balconies and see what the apartment interiors will look like!


Touch screen kiosks enable you to get more information about Infinity Towers and email it direct to yourself, so you have all you need to know at your fingertips. The kiosk is regularly updated to ensure you get the most recent information on which apartments are sold and which ones are still on the market.

Visit the display suite open 10am to 4pm Saturday and Sunday at Gribble Street, Gungahlin or visit infinitytowers.com.au to contact Independent Property Group.

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