☉ Our work is on the land of the Ngunnawal People, Ngunnawal Country. We pay our respects to their Elders – past, present and emerging
The heart of the Griffin plan for Canberra is a great triangle described by three avenues: Kings, Commonwealth and Constitution Avenues. In the Griffin Plan, each corner of this triangle represented a key aspect of what they saw as essential to a strong democracy: the people, the government and a free market. This triangle intersects the Land Axis – from Mt Ainslie through Capital Hill (Parliament House) to Bimberri Peak – and includes the Central Basin of Lake Burley Griffin.
Today, the Triangle is the site of public parks, green spaces, key government buildings and national institutions.