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Hawker is a suburb of the Belconnen district of Canberra, located within the Australian Capital Territory. The suburb of Hawker is named after Charles Hawker (1894-1938), Member of the House of Representatives (from 1929-1938) and Federal minister (in 1932). Streets in the suburb are named according to the theme of Northern Territory pastoral stations.
The centrepiece of the suburb is a group centre where there are many small businesses and shops like takeaway, newsagents, a hotel, KFC and Olive at Hawker - a Mediterranean Restaurant. The area supports three schools: Hawker Primary, Belconnen High, and Hawker College (a specialist senior high school). Combined, these schools cover students from preschool to Year 12.
Hawker is a popular location for sport, and includes the multi-purpose Hawker Playing Fields; Hawker Enclosed Oval, a small football (soccer) stadium (Robertfam Park), centres for tennis and lawn bowls; and the Hawker International Softball Centre. Silurian age Green grey rhyodacite of the Walker Volcanics underlie the whole suburb. Off the south west of the suburb and south east of the Pinnacle is a lens of limestone and shale underneath the rhyodacite.