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Turner is a leafy early Canberra suburb, close to Canberra City and the Australian National University (located in the suburb of Acton). Turner was named after Sir George Turner, a Federalist, legislator and one of the founders of the Australian Constitution. He was a Premier of Victoria, and later Federal Treasurer under prime ministers Barton, Deakin and Reid. Streets in Turner are mostly named after writers, legislators and pioneers. Turner was developed in the 1940s and 1950s.
The suburb is an example of garden city design with wide nature strips and generously proportioned roads. Turner, though a small suburb, can be divided into three logical areas: the south-east area, the western part and the northern part. David Street, which forms Turner's northern boundary, is designed to line up with Black Mountain in one direction and Mount Majura in the other direction. Few houses remain in their original unextended state. A number of artefacts of the original design of Turner can still be seen. Turner has a tennis club (in Condamine Street) and a lawn bowls club (in McCaughey Street), as well as several ethnic clubs. Turner has a high proportion of parks and open space.