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Dickson is a suburb in the Inner North of Canberra. It is named after Sir James Dickson (1832-1901), who was a Queensland advocate of Australian Federation and one of the founders of the Australian Constitution. There is no specific theme for street names.
Between 1926 and 1928, Canberra's original airport (a small runway called Northbourne Aviation Ground) was located where the Dickson Library and playing fields are now. Dickson was gazetted on 28 September 1928, but the suburb was not settled until the 1960s. The suburb is bounded by Northbourne Avenue, Antill Street, Phillip Avenue, Majura Avenue, Limestone Avenue and Wakefield Avenue. Dickson contains no hills or significant slopes. The east arm of Sullivans Creek passes through the middle of Dickson draining storm water from east to west.
The suburb contains the Dickson Centre, a significant commercial centre in Canberra’s Inner North containing the Woolworths Supermarkets outlet with the greatest turnover in Australia. The centre contains an ambulance station, office buildings, many shops and the Dickson Baptist Church. Dickson has large playing fields with several ovals, which are used to play many sports including soccer, cricket and rugby, as well as the venue for schools' carnivals.