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Spence is a residential suburb in the Belconnen district of Canberra, located within the Australian Capital Territory. The suburb is named after William Spence (1846-1926), one of the founders of the Australian Workers' Union and later a member of the first Australian House of Representatives. It was gazetted on the 2nd November 1972. Streets are named after trade unionists. Spence is located adjacent to the suburbs of Fraser, Melba and Evatt. Nearby is a CSIRO property. The suburb is to the south of Owen Dixon Drive and Kuringa Drive and also bounded by Alpen Street and Copland Drive.
The local primary school, Spence Primary School, was established in 1977. Spence has a neighbourhood oval, bordering Clarey Crescent, which has been in great disrepair since the drought of 2002 / 2003. The other area of bush and open space is the water tower in the northwest of the suburb. The "tower" is built into a hill with only a small portion showing. The local shopping centre has a butcher, hairdresser, baker, chemist and supermarket, along with a petrol station. The supermarket includes a coffee shop. Another local supermarket, known as the Spence / Evatt Shops, is located on Copland Drive.