Salt is set in a wide, green, leafy, quiet street in “Old Kingston”, lined by beautiful 100 year old evergreen cedar trees, and still just minutes from every convenience.
Kingston is one of Canberra’s original and most iconic residential pockets. It is undoubtedly one of Canberra’s premier city fringe locations. Within Kingston you will find a cosmopolitan mix of residents -young singles, couples, families, high income professionals, retirees and students all living alongside each other.
The heart of Kingston. Grab a table at one of the popular cafes, or if the weather is nice, get a take away coffee and sit under a tree. Watch the world go by and marvel at the cosmopolitan mix of people who call Kingston home. Canberra’s original gem of the inner south, this 1920’s enclave has become one of our cultural hubs, with popular artisan offerings such as Silo bakery, a burgeoning café culture, and an ever revitalising restaurant scene. Green Square and ‘Old Kingston’ are just a short walk down the laneway from Salt.
A vibrant new precinct with an exciting mix of hip gastro pubs, high end eateries and chic cafes set on a picturesque waterfront boardwalk. Kingston Foreshore offers a bevy of new taste sensations for Canberra’s foodie scene, whether you’re dropping in for a casual meal, a quick drink, or seeking out an award winning restaurant. Lake Burley Griffin is the central attraction here. Run, walk or cycle along the tracks that surround the lake. Art fans will love the soon to be built Kingston Arts precinct. Kingston Foreshore is so close to Salt, it’s hardly worth calling for an Uber.
A favourite for Canberrans since the 1920’s, and on the weekend is one of the most popular spots in Canberra for food and coffee. Manuka also has an extensive range of boutique shops and a cinema. Indulge in a world famous Freakshake at Patissez, enjoy coffee brewed by a world champion barista at Ona, or have fun discovering your own favourite culinary haunts. Sports fans will love Manuka oval for it’s local and international sporting events. Manuka Swimming Pool has been a local treasure since the 1930’s. All just a short walk from your home at Salt.
Walt and Burley
Public Bar and Restaurant
Bellucci's - Manuka
Public - Manuka
Walt and Burley - Kingston Foreshore
Morks - Kingston Foreshore
Local Press - Kingston Foreshore
Max Brenner Kingston Foreshore
Boardwalk - Kingston Foreshore
Ona Coffee - Manuka
Pomegranate - Kingston
Silo - Kingston
Kingston Farmers Market - Kingston
Crossfit 2600 - Kingston
Brodburger - Kingston Foreshore
Patissez - Manuka
Urban Pantry - Manuka
Penny University - Kingston
BitterSweet - Kingston