Geocon is creating an iconic Canberra

Property Developer


Close Projects Close Register
Now Selling

Now Selling

Griffins claim first female footy flag



The Australian National University Australian Football Club (ANUAFC) won their first women’s premiership last weekend, beating the Batemans Bay Seahawks, 44 to 8. 

After 18 years in the Canberra Women’s AFL League, the ANUAFC Griffins clinched their inaugural flag after finishing top of the table at the end of the 2019 home-and-away season. 

Read more

Iconic Hotels launches new hotel as part of $200m City Precinct



Independent hotel operator Iconic Hotels is on track to deliver its first premium hotel brand, Midnight Hotel, to the Canberra accommodation market later this year. Midnight Hotel will be the eighth hotel delivered to market by Iconic Hotels, the hotels division of leading independent property developer, Geocon.

Read more

Kingston Arts Precinct takes big step forward 



We have taken a huge step towards making the Kingston Arts Precinct a reality, with contracts now officially signed to bring this project to life.

Read more

Green light for construction to begin on Envie, Metropol and Tryst


Geocon has been given a green light to reinvent Canberra’s city centre with the real work soon to begin on Tryst, Metropol and Envie. The approval of the city development means ground will be broken within the coming weeks to revolutionise the way people think about luxury living in Canberra’s city centre.

Read more

Canberra’s booming property market surges ahead following post-election rates cuts


Canberra’s booming property market became even more attractive following the Federal election.

Read more

Geocon and Iconic Hotels welcome Canberra City Luxury Hotel to Garema Place 


The Canberra City Luxury Hotel will rejevenate Garema Place.

Read more

Property giants Geocon and Empire bring inner city buzz to the heart of Gungahlin


Two of Canberra’s powerhouse developers Geocon and Empire have today unveiled a new and exciting development in Gungahlin.

Read more