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Farrer is a suburb, of Canberra, in the district of Woden Valley. Named for William James Farrer (1845-1906), a wheat-breeding pioneer, many of whose experiments were conducted at Lambrigg near Tharwa. The suburb's streets are named after agriculturalists, with the exception of Lambrigg Street, which was the name of Farrer's property in Tharwa. It is next to the suburbs of Torrens, Mawson, Isaacs and the Canberra Nature Park of Farrer Ridge. It is bordered by Beasley Street, Athllon Drive and Yamba Drive.
Located in this suburb is Farrer Primary School and neighbourhood oval, a Croatian Catholic parish centre, the Serbian Orthodox Church of St Sava, a small shopping centre, the Long Gully scout hall and the Goodwin Village for elderly citizens. The suburb has its own oval, located next to the primary school, a scout hall for the local group named Long Gully, and three playgrounds at various locations. Farrer is in proximity to Southlands Shopping Centre at Mawson and Woden Plaza in Phillip, only 4.2 km away. The Canberra Hospital in Garran is nearer still, at 3.8 km. Quaternary alluvium can be found in the valley bottom.