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Welcome to the website for the Belconnen Community!

Belconnen Community Website to continue but with Belconnen Community Council.

This website was created in 2004 to give Belconnen residents the opportunity to communicate and discuss issues of local concern.

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Creative Belconnen

You can use this web site to publish your stories, opinions, photos, MP3s etc.

Have a look at the Emag to see what is possible. For example we have an exciting poem from Lyn Nichols on fire bugs.

No editors to decide on whether to publish or not, we publish unless the contribution is in conflict with the laws of defamation or any other law.


Help us keep the website up to date. If you see anything on this site that is out of date, or no longer in existance (for example a closed down restaurant) please let us know. Just go to Contact at the top of the page.


Mural at Belconnen Community Centre


Belconnen's history

Belconnen turned 40 on 23 June 2006. In 1966 the first sod was turned in Aranda. To celebrate the Belconnen Website now has a special page on Belconnen history. The page now includes Brian Rhynehart's chronological history of Belconnen.

Helpers wanted for Website

The Belconnen Community Web page needs creative people to take it further. If you're creative, know a bit about web page design and live in Belconnen please contact us.

List your web page on our directories page!

If you are a resident of Belconnen or have a business in Belconnen you can have your site listed on our web directory. It's the first time a local directory of web sites has been created for any local area. It's a great opportunity to get more exposure for your site. To get listed go to our online registration form. How much does it cost? nothing.

Web directory


Contribute to our website!

We are looking for content from people in Belconnen: opinions, articles on any issue, from any viewpoint. Photos, cartoons and other graphics are also welcome. Over 15,000 hits a year, get yourself a bigger audience.

We are also excited about our e-Mag and the development of our E polls

If you'd like your creative work published - writing, artwork, film or sound files - our multimedia e-Mag is the place for you!

If something's got your goat or you're looking to discuss some Belconnen issues, the Emag is the place for online discussion.

This site is under development, so keep checking back to see how our website is growing. If you want to know more about these pages and the people behind it, check out About Us.







Belconnen Way

Belconnen residents fairly happy with Belconnen amenities

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2016 Belconnen median house price movements - Aranda most expensive, Charwood cheapest

House prices show marked variations in Belconnen suburbs in 2016 for info Click here


Latest ACT Economic news

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Need a JP Click here


Bus Interchange Movie

See the Movie re the final days of the Belconnen Bus Interchange Click here



Crime in Belconnen how to protect your home and business

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Hot new poetry

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Garage sales

Put your Garage Sale on this site. For details go to the Whats on page or Click here

Belconnen Community Council

Belconnen's forum on planning and other local issues. To access their website click here

Arts and Entertainment, Sport and Recreation and shopping

Arts and Entertainment guide

Sports and recreation



click here for employment services

Health services

click here for information on health services

Restaurant guide

Belconnen's restaurants

Crime Stoppers! Crime Stoppers toll-free on 1800 333 000

Want to help Police track down suspects of major crimes, have a look at Canberra's most wanted on the public issues page Public issues canberra's most wanted

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