corinna's canberra Archives - Corinna Dental Group

Corinna’s Canberra: O’Connor, 2602

From last week’s Corinna’s Canberra featuring Symonston, we move around 15 kilometres north to the leafy suburb of O’Connor. O’Connor’s neighbour suburbs include Bruce, Lyneham, and Turner. The suburb is well-known for its heritage listed type of dwellings called Tocumwal houses and the beautiful walking trails of O’Conner ridge. Get to know more about O’Connor, …Read More

Corinna’s Canberra: Acton, 2601

It’s time for another Corinna’s Canberra, where we explore Canberra, suburb by suburb, to highlight the features and history of our beautiful city. Our featured suburb today is the area of Acton, home to the Australian National University as most of the suburb is covered by its campus. It is located at the North Canberra …Read More

Corinna’s Canberra: Russell, 2600 ACT

Russell is one of the smallest suburbs in Canberra. It is located in the Inner North and is bounded by the suburbs of Barton, Parkes, Campbell and Mount Pleasant.   There are no residents in Russell mainly because the suburb houses a number of government offices, most notable of which is the Australian Defence Force. …Read More

Corinna’s Canberra: Barton 2600, ACT

Corinna’s suburb in the spotlight today is Barton. Located around 4 kilometres from the city centre, Barton is known for its small population and for once being the most socio-economic advantaged suburb in the country (according to the 2011 Census). Barton is surrounded by the following suburbs: Parkes, Capital Hill, Kingston, and Forrest. We’re exploring …Read More

Corinna’s Canberra: Reid

Formerly known as South Ainslie, Reid is one of Canberra’s oldest suburbs. The suburb is situated right next to the Canberra city and is on the left-hand side as you drive up ANZAC Parade, towards the War Memorial. Reid was originally constructed to provide housing for public servants in preparation for the opening of Parliament …Read More