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Parkes is an inner southern suburb of the Canberra Central district (of Canberra), located within the Australian Capital Territory of Australia. Located south-east of the Canberra CBD, Parkes contains the Parliamentary Triangle and many of the national monuments of Australia's capital city.
Parkes is named in honour of Sir Henry Parkes, a Federalist, legislator and one of the founders of the Australian Constitution. Streets in Parkes are named after monarchs and constitutional references. Parkes contains many of Canberra's large institutions and contains no residential area. The geology of Parkes has been studied in great detail. Canberra Formation, calcareous shale is found in the lower parts. This overlies middle Silurian Camp Hill Sandstone. The sandstone unconformably overlies the early Silurian Black Mountain Sandstone and State Circle Shale.
Notable places in Parkes include Aboriginal Tent Embassy, Commonwealth Park, Commonwealth Place, East Block, Kings Park, Central Basin of Lake Burley Griffin, High Court of Australia, National Carillon, National Library of Australia, National Gallery of Australia, National Portrait Gallery, National Rose Garden, National Science and Technology Centre, Old Parliament House, Reconciliation Place, Regatta Point, and West Block. Suburbs around Parkes include Acton, Civic, Reid, Campbell, Russell, Barton, Capital Hill, and Yarralumla.