Banks (postcode 2906) is a suburb in the Canberra, Australia district of Tuggeranong. It is the most southerly suburb of Canberra. The suburb is named after Sir Joseph Banks (1743-1820), the botanist who accompanied Captain James Cook to the Pacific Ocean on which he entered Botany Bay in 1770. The suburb was gazetted on . The theme of the street names is botany or natural history.
The Rob Roy Nature Park is a hilly region to the east of Banks. The suburb itself slopes gently to the west north west.
There is a small shopping centre in the suburb, on the main internal road: Pockett Avenue.
Alluvium covers the whole suburb. Underneath the alluvium and on the surrounding hills are Deakin Volcanics erupted during the Silurian age at 414 Mya.