District of Jerrabomberra

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Around The District Of Jerrabomberra
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History of Jerrabomberra
The Jerrabomberra District is a district of Canberra. It is situated to the southeast of South Canberra, south of the Molonglo River, east of Woden Valley and north east of Tuggeranong and west of the New South Wales border. It includes the suburbs of Beard, Hume, Oaks Estate and Symonston and the military communications and logistics facility HMAS Harman. At the 2016 census, it had a total population of 1,240, comprising 559 in Symonston, 430 in Hume (including the Alexander Maconochie Centre) and 251 in Oaks Estate and Beard. At the 2011 census, 13 also lived in Harman. It is named after Jerrabomberra Creek, which runs through it. Jerrabomberra is derived from the Aboriginal word, meaning "afraid of lightning".

Jerrabomberra includes the "urban village" of Oaks Estate, which was formerly part of Queanbeyan, broadacre uses in Symonston (including the headquarters of Geoscience Australia and the Therapeutic Goods Administration), light industry in Hume and Symonston, HMAS Harman and rural areas. It is crossed by the Monaro Highway and Canberra Avenue.

The Jerrabomberra District was designated by the Districts Act of 1966 as one of the 18 districts of the Australian Capital Territory (ACT).

History info thanks to Wikipedia.

Things To See and Do In Jerrabomberra

Jerrabomberra is a small place in Australia and can be easily explored within a day.


The National Capital Exhibition tells the Story of Canberra as the capital city of Australia. It is an essential stop on any tour of Canberra. Explore displays featuring the people, events, history and design of this unique, modern, planned city. Discover the people behind the design – Walter Burley Griffin and his wife Marion.


Have you ever felt the breath of a lion? Been stared down by a Tiger? Or felt the skin of a Rhino? All this is possible with an intimate Up Close & Personal Experience at Mogo Wildlife Park.


Take a stroll through the wetlands and discover a unique array of wetland and terrestrial habitats, remnants of the wetland’s agricultural origins, and learn about the ecology of this precious place. Pathways and bird hides will help you discover the delights of wildlife watching.


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