Banks Caravan Park in Banks Australian Capital Territory

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Banks is a suburb in the Canberra, Australia district of Tuggeranong. It is the most southerly suburb of Canberra. The suburb is named after Sir Joseph Banks (1743-1820), the botanist who accompanied Captain James Cook to the Pacific Ocean on which he entered Botany Bay in 1770. The suburb was gazetted on 12 March 1987. The theme of the street names is botany or natural history.

Banks is located next to the suburbs of Conder and Gordon. It is bounded by Box Hill Avenue, Tom Roberts Avenue and Tharwa Drive. Located in the suburb is Beau and Jessi Park and the Banks Oval.

The Rob Roy Nature Park is a hilly region to the east of Banks. The suburb itself slopes gently to the west north west.

There is a small shopping centre in the suburb, on the main internal road, Pockett Avenue.

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One thought on “Banks Caravan Park in Banks Australian Capital Territory”

  1. There isn’t a caravan park in banks but there is a pretty good one at Narrabundah about 15 minutes away.

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