Ainslie Australian Capital Territory 2602

One of Canberra’s most sought-after suburbs, Ainslie is known for its unbeatable location, leafy green streets and gorgeous heritage-listed homes. It’s one of Canberra’s oldest suburbs with a diverse population of students, retirees and families who all enjoy fantastic local facilities. Love cheese? The IGA at the Ainslie Shops will keep you well and truly satisfied, with one of the best selections in town. It’s a quick trip to the lively dining strip of Lonsdale Street in Braddon or the city - but there’s no need to make the trip, with an impressive gourmet offering at the Ainslie Shops. From local favourite pub Edgar’s Inn, to slick eatery Pilot, woodfired pizza at Mama Dough or French crepes at Breizh Café—you won’t go hungry.

People who live in Ainslie

  • 5189Population
  • 41Median Age
  • 2.4Avg. Household Size

Household Composition

Established Families
Couples
Single Parent Families
Single
Group Household

Dwelling Types

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Semi-Detached
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Occupancy Types

Owned w/ Mortgage
Owned Outright
Rented Privately

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Local Neighbourhood

SchoolAddress
Ainslie North PrimaryMajura Avenue, Ainslie Pin Icon
Northside Primary Introductory English Centre (at North Ainslie Primary School)Majura Avenue, Ainslie Pin Icon

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