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Forrest is an affluent suburb of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, located in the South Canberra district. Forrest is named after Sir John Forrest, an explorer, legislator, federalist, premier of Western Australia, and one of the fathers of the Australian Constitution. Streets in Forrest are named after explorers and governors. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, Forrest is the second most socio-economic advantaged location in Australia after the neighbouring suburb of Barton.
Forrest is one of the few suburbs in Canberra built to the original Canberra plans. It contains many circular and geometric patterns in its streets and can be quite confusing to drive in. Forrest was renamed from the earlier suburb Blandfordia (the name of the Christmas Bell) and gazetted as a suburb in 1928. South Blandfordia became part of the new suburb of Griffith at the same time. The original residents of Forrest were mostly senior public servants who were moved from Melbourne. Forrest Primary School is situated in Hobart Avenue in Forrest. The suburb includes part of the Manuka shopping centre. The suburb also contains a government run primary school. Forrest includes several areas that are listed by the ACT Heritage Council, covering most of the suburb.