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Reid is a suburb of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory. Located directly next to Civic, Reid is one of the oldest suburbs in Canberra. Separating the suburbs of Reid and Campbell is Anzac Parade, a ceremonial boulevard running along Canberra's primary design axis (the land axis) from Lake Burley Griffin to the Australian War Memorial.
Located in Reid are the Canberra Institute of Technology and St John the Baptist Church, which is the oldest church in Canberra. The foundation stone of St John the Baptist Church was laid in 1841 and it was consecrated on 12 March 1845. It listed by the ACT Heritage Council. Most of the suburb was constructed in 1926 and 1927, to provide housing for public servants, in preparation for the opening of the provisional Parliament House in 1927. It was a housing precinct planned on Garden City principles and is now heritage-listed. The Uniting Church (now the Canberra Korean Church) on Coranderrk Street was built in 1927 and is also heritage listed. The four-storey Bega flats were completed east of Cooyong street and south of Ainslie in 1957 in order to cope with a critical lack of accommodation for public servants transferred to Canberra.