The stonefield villas in the Villa Nova Pizza franchise are one of a number of properties being probed by the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse.
A spokesperson for the Commission said the investigation was continuing.
The spokesperson said a number a property managers and employees had been interviewed.
The statement said “there is no suggestion the accused persons were aware of or were aware that they were participating in the abuse.”
Police have not confirmed that allegation.
The company has operated in the capital city of Brisbane for more than 25 years and is one of the biggest property owners in the area.
The property manager has denied the allegations.
The Australian Capital Territory Police said there were no additional people in the residence when the incident occurred.
The Royal Commission has been investigating allegations against the royal family involving child sexual abuse.
It was created in 2014 after a number victims came forward with allegations.
It is investigating allegations that the royal couple were complicit in the sex abuse of young boys and girls, as well as child sexual exploitation.
The royal family and the State Government have previously denied the claims.