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Lyneham is a suburb of Canberra, in the North Canberra district. It is named after Sir William Lyne, premier of New South Wales (from 1899 to 1901). The suburb name was gazetted in 1928, but development did not commence until 1958. The streets of Lyneham are named after artists and people associated with the development of early Canberra.
Lyneham has many attractions including nature parks and bushland, proximity to the centre of Canberra, popular cafes including the famous Tilley's Devine Cafe and Gallery as well as the Front Cafe and Gallery, and a number of sporting facilities including the National Hockey Centre, Canberra Racecourse and the ACT Netball Centre. Also located in Lyneham is Exhibition Park in Canberra (EPIC), which annually hosts Australia's best-known car festival, Summernats, the Royal Canberra Show and the National Folk Festival. St Ninian's Uniting Church in Brigalow Street is the second-oldest church in Canberra, opened in 1873. It was founded as a Presbyterian Church by the Scottish community, many of whom had come to the area as shepherds. It has been heritage-listed by the ACT Heritage Council. The style of the suburb has been constantly evolving, since development commenced in 1958.