Ginninderry residents are the heroes in our new campaign. In this series, families tell their stories about how they found inspiration in Ginninderry. This week we meet the Dissenayike family - we asked them a few questions to get to know them better.
The streets of Ginninderry’s first suburb, Strathnairn, honour some of the incredible people who have contributed to the fabric of Canberra, and they don’t come much more fascinating than Wyn Gilmour.
Ginninderry residents are the heroes in our new campaign. In this series, families tell their stories about how they found inspiration in Ginninderry. First up is Anneleise and Omary - we asked them a few questions to get to know them better.
Love belting out a tune? Whether you’re a seasoned performer, or your only audience to date has been your shower walls or an empty car, a community choir could be for you.
Ginninderry has attracted some interesting eateries to the growing area, and they’re not only keeping locals and visitors happy with delicious food and drinks, they’re also giving a whole lot more back to the community.
Ginninderry's SPARK Training and Employment Initiative has had a positive impact on the lives of hundreds of people who have graduated from one of our programs. In this series, we meet previous graduates and see what they're up to now! First up is Lisa Goodisson.
Join us for A Month of Wildlife at Ginninderry!
Invitations are being sought for Expressions of Interest (EOI) for a Pop-up Café operator within Ginninderry's GX Display Village. The offer includes exclusive use of a coffee van and all associated equipment (purchased by Ginninderry) and also includes an activation fee as described within the EOI.
When you’re building a new house there are so many exciting decisions to be made, but there’s one part that’s often forgotten about — the landscaping. It’s the final piece of the puzzle, the cherry on top, and the final indication that a building site has truly become a home.
Erin Conron is a glass artist living and working in Canberra. Following a busy year of making in 2018, Erin took the opportunity in 2019 to take a creative "leave of absence" and embarked on a road trip with her family travelling through the Northern Territory, all the while gaining inspiration for new creations in her favoured medium of glass.