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Hughes is a suburb, of Canberra, in the district of Woden Valley. The area of the suburb is 1.81 km2. Hughes was named after The Right Honourable William Morris "Billy" Hughes, seventh Prime Minister of Australia from 1915 to 1923. Streets in the suburb are named with the theme of World War I armed services personnel and contemporaries of William Hughes. The suburb was gazetted on 20 September 1962. Residential construction began in 1963.
Hughes adjoins the suburbs of Deakin, Garran, Phillip and Curtin. It is bounded by Carruthers Street to the North, Yarra Glen and Yamba Drive to the west, and the Red Hill area of Canberra Nature Park to the east and south. Hughes has several different kinds of rock from the Silurian period. Shale from the Yarralumla Formation is in the south west. Cream coloured rhyolite from the Mount Painter Volcanics is found in the north west. Dark purple rhyodacite from the Deakin Volcanics is found in the north of Hughes. In the south-east tuff forms a layer on top of the Mount Painter Volcanics. An inactive north west - south east trending fault runs through the middle of the suburb. Movement was down on the north east side.