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The suburb of Holder is a part of the Weston Creek District of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, and is located 13 km to the southwest of the Canberra CBD. It sits on the western edge of the Canberra suburbs, and overlooks bare land towards Mount Stromlo to the west and Belconnen to the north.
The Weston homestead, one of the earliest homes in the district and the property after which the district of Weston Creek was named, was situated in present-day Holder prior to the commencement of residential development in the valley. It was located in what is now Calder Crescent. John and Ellen Fox lived at the Weston homestead from about the 1860s, and several of their nine children were born there. The Weston lease was later purchased by Rudolph and Eileen De Salis in 1937. Rudolph remained at Weston until he died in February 1957, aged 70. Members of the De Salis family continued to live at Weston up until the late-1960s. Holder was announced by the Minister for the Interior, Mr Nixon, as the name of one of the eight new Weston Creek suburbs on 2 July 1970.