Tuggeranong, Canberra

Tuggeranong is the most southern region of Canberra. The Murrumbidgee River runs along its western border.

Lake Tuggeranong is an artificial lake created in 1987. Activities around the lake include cycling, swimming, fishing, wind-surfing, sailing and canoeing. Tuggeranong Town Centre is on the western edge of the lake.

Suburbs in Tuggeranong are Banks, Bonython, Calwell, Chisholm, Conder, Fadden, Gilmore Gordon, Gowrie, Greenway, Hume, Isabella Plains, Kambah, Macarthur, Monash, Oxley, Richardson Theodore and Wanniassa

Tuggeranong Links

  • Tuggeranong Community Council Inc. TCC is an incorporated, voluntary, not for profit, non political, community based association operating within the Tuggeranong District of the Australian Capital Territory. TCC is formally recognised as the peak community representative body in Tuggeranong representing the interests of the local residents and the communities within Tuggeranong Valley.
  • Tuggeranong Link is a not-for-profit community organisation that runs five community houses/centres. The houses/centres host a range of activities each week from karate classes to community meetings, playgroups to music classes, and they operate very successful and highly regarded Playschools.
  • Lake Tuggeranong College
  • Tuggeranong Arts Centre
  • Lake Tuggeranong Lions

Tuggeranong Accommodation

See Tuggeranong accommodation available through booking.com

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