Why the name CANBERRY DENTAL?
The word “Canberra” is popularly claimed to derive from the word Kambera or Canberry, which is claimed to mean “meeting place” in Ngunnawal, one of the Indigenous languages spoken in the district by Aboriginal people before European settlers arrived…the Federal Capital Territory noted that Joshua John Moore, the first settler in the region, named the area Canberry in 1823 (Wikipedia source)
Basically, the original name of our beautiful city Canberra.
We provide high-quality dental care in a comfortable and caring environment. We also make infection control our top priority and use the most up-to-date equipment and techniques to assist us in diagnosing, treating and maintaining your dental needs.
We are located in Gungahlin, with plenty of parking, ground floor facilities, servicing all suburbs Forde, Amaroo, Harrison, Franklin, Mitchell, Palmerston, Ngunnawal, Moncrieff, Bonner, Nicholls, Casey, Giralang and all North Canberra.