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Kingston is the oldest and one of the most densely populated suburbs of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory. The suburb is named after Charles Cameron Kingston, the former Premier of South Australia and minister in the first Australian Commonwealth Government. The suburb of Kingston is situated approximately 4 km from the Canberra CBD, and is adjacent to the suburbs of Barton, Fyshwick, Griffith and Manuka.
In the early years of Canberra's development, Eastlake occupied the area now known as Kingston. Eastlake Football and Cricket club is one of the few reminders of Kingston long past. Eastlake was designated as workers' living quarters, while the suburb of Forrest was reserved for middle and higher ranking public servants. About 120 portable wooden cottages for construction workers were built at the Causeway in 1925 and 1926.
The following areas of Kingston are heritage listed: The Kingston/Griffith Garden City heritage precinct, The Kingston Powerhouse Historic Precinct, The former Transport Depot, Some Arizona and Himalayan cypresses, The Causeway Hall and The Canberra Baptist Church. Kingston contains the Kingston Shopping Centre, one of the earliest shopping areas built in Canberra. The north-eastern corner of the shopping centre is built around a small park called Green Square.