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Chifley is a suburb of Canberra, in the district of Woden Valley. The suburb's area is 1.6 square kilometres. It was named after Joseph Benedict Chifley, Prime Minister of Australia from July 1945 to December 1949. The streets of Chifley are named for scientists and educationalists. It is next to the suburbs of Pearce, Lyons and Phillip. Behind it stands Mount Taylor, which is a nature park. It is bordered by Hindmarsh Drive and Melrose Drive. A local shopping centre and Chifley Neighbourhood Oval are located in the suburb.
Chifley was established on 12 May 1966, which was around the same time when the Woden Valley was also established, thus making it one of the original settlement spots in the southern part of Canberra. Chifley is underlaid by Silurian age Deakin Volcanics rhyodacite which are coloured green-grey, red or purple. The Canberra bushfires of 2003 engulfed multiple parts of Canberra on 18 January 2003 and also reached the Mount Taylor Nature Reserve which Chifley borders with. Chifley has a small local shopping centre located on Eggleston Crescent. It only has one church, which is located at Maclaurin Crescent, known as the Calvary Chapel.