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Aranda is a suburb in the district of Belconnen, in the Australian capital city of Canberra. Located at the western foot of Black Mountain and bounded on two sides by nature park, the suburb is characterised by its bush setting. During the planning and development of the suburb, a large proportion of large native trees - predominantly eucalypti - were left in place.
The suburb derives its name from the Arrernte tribe of Central Australia, previously known as Arunta, which means "White Cockatoo". The streets in Aranda are named after Aboriginal tribal groups from around Australia. The suburb comprises an area of 160 ha and was the first suburb in Belconnen to be settled (in 1967). A small plaque at the Aranda District playing fields near the suspension bridge over Belconnen Way marks the settlement of the suburb as the first development in the Belconnen district. A bicycle path along Bindubi Street connects Aranda with the Canberra bike path network. A walking path runs through a reserve along the spine of the suburb and connects with the footbridge to the suburb of Bruce. A walking track over Black Mountain connects Aranda with the CSIRO and the Australian National University.