|Population:||5,528 (2006 census)|
|Density:||1382/km (3,579.4/sq mi)|
|Gazetted:||20 September 1928|
|Area:||4.00 km (1.5 sq mi)|
Narrabundah is a suburb of Canberra, Australian Capital Territory, Australia. 'Narrabundah' is a Ngunnawal word meaning 'bird of prey', celebrated in the sculpture by Andy Townshend and Suzie Bleach, in the park opposite the main shops.
The name Narrabundah was taken from the parish of Narrabundah, a part of the cadastral division of Murray. This parish existed when the land was administered by New South Wales. After the Australian Capital Territory was formed in 1st January 1911 all of the land areas were renamed. The present suburb Narrabundah was part of the original parish of Queanbeyan.
Streets in Narrabundah are named after indigenous names, explorers and pioneers.