Australian Capital Territory

Australian Capital Territory

Find out about our locations in Australian Capital Territory (ACT).

Canberra: Acton, ACT (Australian National University)

The campus of The Australian National University is home to the Canberra-based staff of CSIRO Computational Informatics.

Canberra: Black Mountain, ACT (Black Mountain laboratories)

CSIRO’s Black Mountain laboratories are the central research facilities of CSIRO Plant Industry, CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences and CSIRO Land and Water.

Canberra: Black Mountain, ACT (CSIRO Discovery)

CSIRO Discovery is an interactive exhibition showcasing CSIRO's achievements in science and technology. It includes many sophisticated, interactive exhibits and a range of science-based activities for all ages.

Canberra: Campbell, ACT (CSIRO Corporate Centre)

CSIRO's headquarters are at Limestone Avenue in the Canberra suburb of Campbell where about 300 staff work in areas of finance, administration, education, communications and government relations.

Canberra: Crace, ACT (Gungahlin Homestead)

The Gungahlin Homestead located at Crace in the Australian Capital Territory, is an historic site in the north of Canberra that now serves as one of the main sites for CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences.

Canberra: Tidbinbilla, ACT (Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex)

The Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex is one of three Deep Space Network stations around the world providing continuous, two-way radio contact with spacecraft exploring our solar system and beyond.

Commonwealth Heritage Listed Buildings at Black Mountain ACT

CSIRO finalised documents associated with its Referral of Proposed Action for CSIRO Heritage Buildings 123 and 132 at Black Mountain, Australian Capital Territory and they are now on display for information purposes only.

CSIRO Heritage Management

CSIRO, in consultation with the Australian Government Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities, has prepared a draft Heritage Management Plan for the Gungahlin Homestead Precinct at Crace, Australian Capital Territory.

CSIRO Land and Water sites

With more than 500 staff across ten locations around Australia, CSIRO Land and Water is positioned to tackle issues from regional to national scale.