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is a suburb of Queanbeyan in south eastern New South Wales, Australia.
consists of three sections, The Park, The Heights, and Lakeview. The Park and the Heights are divided by Edwin Land Parkway. On Census night 2011,
had a population of 9,420, up from 8,747 people in 2006.
is derived from the local Aboriginal place name meaning "Youngsters' Meeting Place".
" is derived from the Aboriginal word, meaning "afraid of lightning". The traditional custodians of the land surrounding
Creek are the Aboriginal people of the Ngunnawal tribe.
Estate Ltd, with Alex Brinkmeyer, Col Alexander and Perth Millionaire Kerry Stokes as major shareholders, began developing Palmer's original land for housing. The first serviced blocks in stage one of the residential release at
were released in February 1988, ranging in price from $28,000 to $39,000. The new suburb of
has grown from a resident population of 8 in 1828 to over 8740 at the 2006 census.
was established with the construction of the first homes in 1988, followed shortly after by the construction of the community centre hall.
now boasts many community amenities such as four tennis courts, a post office, primary school, bed and breakfast, gym, a Scout group, a lake and various other facilities. Many people in
work in nearby Queanbeyan but most work in the national capital, Canberra.
Barilaro is married to Deanna; together they have two daughters and live in
The suburb falls within the Federal division of Eden-Monaro, a seat held by Peter Hendy representing the Liberal Party. It is also part of the state seat of Monaro which is held by the National Party's John Barilaro.
is also represented by an active residents association (JRA) established in October 1990. The
Residents Association Inc. (JRA) endeavours to represent the interests of the
community at the local, state and federal level in relation to issues directly affecting the
The A.C.T. Bush Fire Council provided
VBB with a light unit. The
Fire Shed was officially opened on 2 May 1992. Around mid 1994 an extension to the
Fire Shed was commenced, it was constructed in two stages, the first was completed and opened on 3 December 1994. The second stage was completed and opened on 1 April 1995. The extension was built from funds raised by the Brigade and assistance from the A.C.T. Rural Fire Service.
The Kurrajong electorate consists of the districts of Canberra Central,
, Kowen and Majura.
The Heights is mainly situated on the base of
Mountain. This mountain divides most of
from Queanbeyan on the north east and North Terrace on the North West. The Park is situated on the plain to the south. This urban area runs down to
Lake, an artificial lake that drains into
Creek and is dominated by Cove Island, est 1992, (an artificial island which consists of eight homes and a central common facility entailing a tennis court, swimming pool and sauna). Then sprawls across Cassina Rise on the South.
On top of this to the east and west of
creek are Tertiary pebble gravels, and also quaternary alluvium.
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 . It had a total population of 1,175 in 2011, comprising 595 in Symonston, 308 in Hume (including the Alexander Maconochie Centre), 259 in Oaks Estate and Beard and 13 in "Harman". It is named after
Creek, which runs through it, "
" is derived from the Aboriginal word, meaning "afraid of lightning".
A further heavy industrial area is located in the suburb of that lies partly in the districts of both Tuggeranong and
District was designated by the Districts Act of 1966 as one of the 18 districts of the Australian Capital Territory (ACT).
Creek, a partly perennial stream of the Murrumbidgee catchment within the Murray-Darling basin, is located in the Capital Country region spanning both New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory, Australia.
Googong contains the developed areas of Fernleigh Park, Little Burra, Googong Township and Mount Campbell Estate. It borders
and Karabar on the north and Environa on the west. It is about south of the Queanbeyan central business district.
The area to the east of Sturt and
Avenues (sometimes called 'Old Narrabundah'), where the Narrabundah shops and other community facilities including the primary school, pre-school, churches and GP clinics are situated.
Public School opened in 2002 and now caters for over 800 students K-6. Achieving results above the State average across the curriculum with particular strengths in literacy and numeracy the school is highly regarded and continues to undergo a building expansion program. Some parents choose to send their children to Catholic schools in Queanbeyan and the ACT. While there is no high school within
the default government school is Karabar High, in Karabar, Queanbeyan. However, the majority of children of high school age go to public or private schools across the border, particularly Campbell High School, St Edmund's College (boys), and Merici College (girls).
has one day care centre/pre-school named Goodstart Learning Centre.
Qcity Transit (formerly Deane's Buslines) is an Australian bus operator which provides services within the Queanbeyan /
region of New South Wales as well as services from Queanbeyan to nearby Canberra and Bungendore. It is a subsidiary of ComfortDelGro Cabcharge.
Tralee is a future planned suburb of Queanbeyan, New South Wales. It lies south of
and the site once planned for the future city of Environa. It was named after Tralee in Ireland.
The parish was originally located between the Queanbeyan River in the east, and
Creek in the west. The Googong Dam is now on the boundary in the east, which was constructed in 1979.
Queanbeyan has two government high schools: Queanbeyan High and Karabar High. Queanbeyan primary schools include Queanbeyan South Public School, Queanbeyan West Public School, Queanbeyan East Public School, Queanbeyan Public School,
Public School and St Gregory's Primary School.
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