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Barton is a suburb in Canberra, in the Australian state of New South Wales. It sits is adjacent to Parliament House on Capital Hill. It is bordered by the suburbs Parkes, Kingston, and Forrest. The suburb’s population is around one thousand inhabitants. Barton is one of Canberra’s most economically advantaged areas. It is named after the first Prime Minister of Australia and its streets have the names of Governors. Several institutions are positioned here, including the Department of The Prime Minister and Cabinet, the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and the Attorney-General’s Department.
Considering its large number of government and national institutions, it is no surprise that the chief industry in Barton is administration. The area houses the ACT Hospice - Clare Holland House, the campus of the Charles Sturt University, the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture, the Australian Federal Police College, and Telopea Park School. Independent software vendors, such as Tower Software and Rule Burst have office space and other facilities in and around Barton.
Entertainment And Dining Out
Barton has a lot to offer in terms of sights and activities. Visit the local Rugby Union Club or the Bible Garden of the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture, enjoy Manuka Pool, the oldest pool in Canberra, or have a relaxing time at Mudd The Spa. The embassies of Argentina and Uruguay are also located in Barton. For nature lovers Barton offers several parks, including Telopea Park, York Park, as well as Bowen Park and Grevillea Park, both on the shores of Lake Burley Griffin. Barton has a variety of restaurants offering diverse cuisine options. Enjoy a great meal at the award winning Middle Eastern restaurant Ottoman or at The Boat House by the Lake overlooking the waters of Lake Burley Griffin. Other dining establishments in the area are Column Restaurant at The National Press Club, Konoba, and Malamay.
Getting to Forrest by plane is quite easy, as Canberra International Airport is just about 7 km (4 miles) away. The suburb is serviced by ACTION buses that connect it with the rest of Canberra. The state circle roundabout gives Barton access to all the major auto-routes of the city.