Lyneham

The Axis Apartments in Lyneham is Canberra’s best inner-North location.  The shopping precinct of Dickson is just across the road and is known locally as ‘little China town’ for it’s vast array of delicious Asian food restaurants.  Whether your craving Yum ChaVietnamese or Laksa from Canberra’s favourite local Asian chain restaurant, you will find it all available at Dickson.

Enjoy a drink after work, or just head for a quick knock off beer.  In a city where we have more restaurants per capita than the rest of the country you can also grab a counter meal at the tradies, some Indian cuisine, pizza or more italian at Dickson.  The North side locals all flock here when we can’t be bothered cooking.

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Some history and stats on Dickson from allhomes.com.au:
The suburb was named after Sir James Dickson (1832-1901) who was one of the founders of the Constitution. Sir James was also a Legislator, Federalist and was the Premier of Queensland from 1898-1899. He was among the leading advocates in the State for Federation, attending several Federal Councils as a delegate.  The suburb name “Dickson” was gazetted on 20 September 1928.  Click here to learn more.

Street Naming Theme
Streets are named after Educationists, Premiers, Pioneer Pastoralists and many street names are Aboriginal words.

 Some history and stats on Lyneham from Wikipedia, click to learn more.
Lyneham is a suburb of Canberra, Australia in the North Canberra district. It is named after Sir William Lyne, premier of the Australian state of New South Wales from 1899 to 1901. The suburb name was gazetted in 1928, but development did not commence until 1958. The streets of Lyneham are named after artists and people associated with the development of early Canberra.[3]