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Waramanga is a suburb of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, located in the district of Weston Creek. Waramanga was established in the late 1960s, and was named after the Aboriginal tribe of Central Australia, also known as the Warumungu people. The Weston Creek district was part of Yarralumla Station, a 40,000 acre property dating back to 1828. It was resumed by the Commonwealth in 1913, from Frederick Campbell who bought the property in 1881. Long Gully Road ran through the suburb and the nearest homestead was Cooleman on the Kambah Road, just west of the present suburb of Fisher. Cooleman was farmed by the Champion family from about 1932. It was previously known as Allawah and was leased to the Anderson family in 1920.
The bushfire, which engulfed parts of Canberra on the 18th January 2003, flowed out of Mount Taylor Nature Reserve and reached the eastern boundary of the suburb at Badimara Street where it was slowed by residents and stopped by a contrary wind. Waramanga has a busy local shopping centre located on the corner of Damala Street and Waramanga Place.