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Barton (postcode: 2600) is a suburb of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia. Barton is named after Sir Edmund Barton, Australia's first Prime Minister. Streets in Barton are named after Governors. The population of Barton on census night 2001 was 747 people. Barton is adjacent to Capital Hill. It contains the Department of The Prime Minister and Cabinet, Attorney-General's Department, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and several other Commonwealth government departments. On Kings Avenue is the controversial Edmund Barton building, which was made a heritage listed building in 2005, but its modernist design has often been criticised. The boundary of Barton runs along Telopea Park East in the south east. On the east side it surrounds the East Basin of Lake Burley Griffin. In the north east the boundary is Morshead Drive. The boundary continues along Kings Avenue all the way to State Circle. State Circle forms the boundary with Capital Hill to the west. The boundary then extends along the centre of Sydney Avenue, and finally along New South Wales Crescent back to Telopea Park. read full wikipedia reference> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barton%2C_Australian_Capital_Territory
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