Gateway Lawson is cosmopolitan living at its very best, in a central location close to everything you need.

Lawson has the best of both worlds with an eclectic mix of new and old.  This brand new suburb has been designed using state of the art environmentally friendly principles, but its location is right in the heart of one of Canberra’s most established town centres in Belconnen.  These brand new homes are just minutes from Belconnen’s popular Westfield shopping centre, cinema, fresh food markets, quality café’s, award winning restaurants and bars.

Click here to view a 360 degree aerial view of the Gateway Lawson location at 1 Nevertire Street, Lawson. (Image taken mid 2015)

Living at Gateway Lawson will have you a short walk away from the University of Canberra which is literally just across the road.  Also just minutes away are the Calvary Hospital, Australian Institute of Sport, Fern Hill Tech, CIT Bruce and Canberra Stadium.

Canberra City Centre and the Australian National University are both within 10 minutes away by car.  Public transport is a breeze, with Belconnen being a major transport hub with easy access to regular bus services travelling to Gungahlin, Canberra City Centre, ANU and Woden.

As well as being a prime cosmopolitan hot spot, your home at Gateway Lawson gives you a chance to step away from the fast lane and get back to nature.  Lake Ginninderra, the ACT’s second largest lake behind Lake Burley Griffin, has a 7km track around it for walking, running and cycling.  In summer you can go for a swim, cast a fishing line or enjoy time with friends and family at one of the many barbecue areas around the edge of the lake.

Also close by is the Canberra International Sports and Aquatic Centre which boasts a 50 metre pool, 25 metre pool, kids play area with waterslide, café and a gym.

The suburb of Lawson is the pilot for the GreenStar communities energy rating system and as such will have a unique range of sustainable living initiatives. Planned for the suburb are optimal solar access through block orientation, a cat containment policy, parks, playgrounds, cycle and walking paths, water saving principles, community garden, a lookout and access to the foreshore at Lake Ginninderra.