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The list of Canberra suburbs we service:
Belconnen

^ denotes suburbs which have been planned, but not yet been opened or settled

Kippax Fair, a suburban shopping centre located in the suburb of Holt

Jamison Plaza, located in the suburb of Macquarie

Aranda 1967
Belconnen – Belconnen Town Centre – Emu Ridge 1983
Bruce 1968
Charnwood 1973
Cook 1968
Dunlop
Evatt 1972
Florey 1975
Flynn 1971
Fraser 1974
Giralang 1974
Hawker 1972
Higgins 1968
Holt – Kippax Centre 1970
Kaleen 1974
Latham 1971
Lawson ^
Macgregor 1971
Macquarie – Jamison Centre 1967
McKellar 1974
Melba 1972
Page
Scullin 1968
Spence 1972
Weetangera

Canberra Central

Acton 1928
Ainslie 1928
Barton
Braddon 1928
Campbell – Duntroon 1928
Capital Hill
City (also referred to as Civic) 1928
Deakin 1928
Dickson – Dickson Centre 1928
Downer 1960
Forrest 1928
Fyshwick
Griffith – Manuka 1927
Hackett 1960
Kingston – The Causeway
Lyneham – North Lyneham 1928
Narrabundah 1947
O’Connor 1928
Parkes
Red Hill 1928
Reid 1928
Russell
Turner 1928
Watson 1960
Yarralumla 1928

Gungahlin

^ denotes suburbs which have been planned, but not yet been opened or settled

Amaroo 1994
Bonner
Casey 1991
Crace 2009
Forde
Franklin 2007
Gungahlin – Gungahlin Town Centre 1998
Harrison
Jacka ^
Kenny ^
Kinlyside ^
Mitchell
Moncrieff ^
Ngunnawal 1993
Nicholls 1994
Palmerston 1994
Taylor ^
Throsby ^

Jerrabomberra

^ denotes suburbs which have been planned, but not yet been opened or settled

Beard ^
Hume
Oaks Estate 1984
Symonston

Majura

Pialligo

Molonglo Valley

Planned suburbs as of 18 June 2012[1][2]

^ denotes suburbs which have been planned, but not yet been opened or settled

Denman Prospect ^
Coombs
Molonglo ^
Sulman ^
Wright

Tuggeranong

Banks
Bonython
Calwell
Chisholm
Conder – Conder Group Centre
Fadden
Gilmore
Gordon
Gowrie
Greenway – Tuggeranong Town Centre
Isabella Plains
Kambah – Kambah Village Centre
Macarthur
Monash
Oxley
Richardson
Theodore
Wanniassa – Erindale Centre

Weston Creek

Chapman
Duffy
Fisher
Holder
Rivett
Stirling
Waramanga
Weston – Weston Creek Centre

Woden Valley

Chifley
Curtin – Curtin Centre
Garran
Hughes
Farrer
Isaacs
Lyons
Mawson – Southlands Centre
O’Malley 1973
Pearce
Phillip – Woden Town Centre – Swinger Hill
Torrens

Former suburbs

In 1927 the provisional suburbs of Canberra were renamed to honour the leaders of Federation, and to retain the earlier names in the district; with the exception of Mugga (the proposed renaming of Red Hill) the new names were gazetted in 1928.[3]

Ainslie was renamed Braddon
South Ainslie was renamed Reid
North Ainslie was renamed Ainslie
Blandfordia was renamed Forrest
Causeway became part of Kingston
Eastlake was renamed Kingston
Manuka and South Blandfordia were combined and renamed Griffith
Telopea Park was renamed Barton
Westridge was renamed Yarralumla

Other

Hall, District of Hall (technically a separate town)
Harman, District of Jerrabomberra (navy base)
Pierces Creek (former forestry settlement)
Tharwa, District of Paddys River (technically a separate town)
Uriarra (former forestry settlement)

This information is courtesy of Wikipedia

 

List of Most Common
Codecs MPEG (Moving Pictures Expert Group)
: three video formats, MPEG 1, 2, and 4.MPEG1
: Old, supported by everything (at least up to 352×240), reasonably efficient. A good format for the web.
MPEG2
: A version of MPEG1, with better compression.720×480.
Used inHDTV, DVD, and SVCD. MPEG4
: A family of codecs, some of which are open, others Microsoft proprietary. H.264
: Most commonly used codecs for videos uploaded to the web. Part of the MPEG4 codec.
MPEG spinoffs
: mp3 (for music) and VideoCD.
MJPEG (Motion JPEG)
: A codec consisting of a stream of JPEG images.
Common in video from digital cameras, and a reasonable format for editing videos, but it doesn’t compress well, so it’s not good for web distribution.
DV (Digital Video)
: Usually used for video grabbed via firewire off a video
camera.
Fixed at 720×480 @ 29.97FPS, or 720×576 @ 25 FPS.
Not very highly compressed.
WMV (Windows Media Video)
: A collection of Microsoft proprietary videocodecs.
Since version 7, it has used a special version of MPEG4.
RM (Real Media)
: a closed codec developed by Real Networks for streaming video and
audio.
DivX
: in early versions, essentially an ASF (incomplete early MPEG4) codec inside an
AVI container; DivX 4 and later
are a more full MPEG
4 codec…no resolution limit.
Requires more horsepower to play than mpeg1, but less than mpeg2.
Hard to find mac and windows players.
Sorenson 3
: Apple’s proprietary codec, commonly used for distributing movie trailers
(in side a Quicktime container).
Quicktime 6
: Apple’s implementation of an MPEG4 codec. RP9
: a very efficient streaming proprietary codec from Real
(not MPEG4).
WMV9
: a proprietary, non MPEG4 codec from Microsoft.
Ogg Theora
: A relatively new open format from
Xiph.org
.
Dirac
: A very new open format under development by the
BBC
.
B.
List of
Most Common
Containers
AVI (Audio Video Interleave)
: a Windows’
standard
multimedia
container
.
MPEG
4 Part 14 (known as .mp4)
:
is the
standardized
container
for
MPEG4
.
FLV (Flash Video)
:
the format used to deliver MPEG video through Flash Player
.
MOV
:
Apple’s QuickTime container format
.
OGG, OGM &
OGV
:
open standard containers
.
MKV (Mastroska)
:
another open specification container that you’ve seen if you’ve ever downloaded anime.
VOB (DVD Video Object)
:
It’s DVD’s standard container
.
ASF
:
a Microsoft format designed for WMV and WMA

files can end in .wmv or .asf Content provided




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