District of Belconnen

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Around The District Of Belconnen
The list below shows the suburbs that belongs to the district of Belconnen. If you're in need of a licensed pest control specialist and you're located in any of these suburbs, please click on the suburb name. We're just a quick phone call away.
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History of Belconnen
Belconnen was previously occupied by Ginninderra, the former agricultural lands that corresponds with the watershed of Ginninderra Creek. The Belconnen district is named after one of the earliest land grants made in the district during colonial times. Belconnen a land grant totalling 800 hectares (2,000 acres) was made to explorer Charles Sturt who eventually sold the property to Robert Campbell who owned the nearby Duntroon Estate.

A stone plaque located at the sport fields in Aranda, Belconnen's first suburb, commemorates the commencement of urban development of the Belconnen district, inscribed:

"This tablet marks the inauguration of development of the district of Belconnen by the Minister of State for the Interior The Honourable J. D. Anthony, M.P. 23rd June 1966"

The nearby Jamison Centre, the first commercial centre in the district, opened in 1969. The Belconnen Town Centre located on the shore of Lake Ginninderra opened in the late 1970s.

History info thanks to Wikipedia.

Things To See and Do In Belconnen

Belconnen is one of Canberra's best assets.
It is Canberra's great city of the north-west and has so much to offer.


Belconnen Arts Centre is a place to celebrate, undertake creative journeys, share stories and make memories. Opening in September 2009, it has swiftly established itself as an essential and driven community arts organisation. The core philosophy of Belconnen Arts Centre is to fuel a love of and engagement with the arts, and connect with the diverse residents of Canberra through a dynamic program across a range of arts practice, including dance, music, visual arts, theatre and more.


Belconnen Fresh Food Markets has been synonymous with the finest selections of nutritious locally grown food in Canberra since 1976, supporting local famers and businesses for over 40 years.


Lake Ginninderra is an artificial lake located on the Ginninderra Creek in Canberra. It is adjacent to the Belconnen Town Centre. You can go cycling, walking or running around Lake Ginnindera. There are many inlets that provide different facilities like playgrounds, picnic tables or shelters, barbeques and jetties.


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