The Fitters’ Workshop is the perfect blank canvas space to let your creativity run wild.

Conveniently located in the Kingston Foreshore precinct, this gorgeous historic venue boasts incredibly high ceilings, concrete floors and large windows, which allow for an abundance of natural light.

Look familiar? You might have spied it in our ‘Magic Hour’ Editorial with Kelly Tunney (take a peek at all the pics here!). Fitters-Workshop-Wedding-Canberra_Lauren-Campbell_02 Fitters-Workshop-Wedding-Canberra_Lauren-Campbell_06Best-Australian-Blank-Canvas-Wedding-Venues_12

Image: Sarah and Richard’s wedding, as photographed by Lauren Campbell. Featured in HOORAY! 

Meet The Fitters’ Workshop

Located in the Kingston Arts Precinct the Fitters’ Workshop is a pristine venue awaiting your inspiration and creative touch.

With its high ceilings and large windows, it is a space best for arts and cultural use. It can seat approximately 400 people comfortably in a performance setting and is an ideal venue for live music, choir performance, chamber music and other acoustic performances.

The property is located on Wentworth Avenue, Kingston.

Constructed in 1916-1917 and designed by John Smith Murdoch, the Fitters’ Workshop formed a key part of a wider industrial complex that enabled maintenance of government plant and equipment, and construction work. As a part of the Kingston Power House historic precinct, the Fitters’ Workshop oozes old school charm earning its listing as a heritage building.