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Latham is a residential suburb in the Belconnen district of Canberra, located within the Australian Capital Territory. The suburb is named for John Latham, Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia from 1935 to 1952. Streets in Latham have the names of Australian judges. It is next to the suburbs of Charnwood, Flynn, Florey, Higgins, Holt and Macgregor. It is surrounded by Ginninderra Drive on the north, Florey Drive on the west, Southern Cross Drive on the south, and Kingsford Smith Drive on the east. Latham has a primary school and neighbourhood oval. It also has an ACTEW substation.
Ginninderra creek runs through Latham, and there are open areas of grassland nearby, such as the Umbagong district park. From the mid 1970s, Latham did have a shopping centre (supermarket, butcher, Chinese restaurant, chemist, hair dresser, bakery, newsagent, doctor's surgery - later a physiotherapist, and the post office), as well as a petrol/service centre. The shopping centre wound down between 1996 and 1998 due to a fire that destroyed the supermarket and caused roof damage to the rest of the centre, with the post office closing just afterwards and moving to the abandoned petrol station site.