Hall welcomes Centenary Trail users!
Biking, walking or jogging the
ACT Centenary Trail? Welcome to Hall! We hope you will find time to look around, visit our General Store, and take some refreshments there, the Gumnut Cafe, or the Wood Duck Inn. Why not hit the Trail on Hall Markets Day (first Sunday of the month), or when the National Sheep Dog Trials, or Polocrosse are going on? Check our Calendar to see what is coming up. If you pick the right day you can also visit the impressive School Museum and heritage centre. Enjoy the Trail!
Four half day property planning workshops delivered by Alison Elvin enabling you to develop a property plan: * Identify soil... more
Sat 13 September
- Paddock plant identification walks
Ginninderra Catchment Group and the Greater Goorooyaroo Project are running a series of paddock plant identification walks... more
Sun 21 September - Blessing of the Pets
Do you have a pet dog, cat, horse, or even pet worms in your garden? All (well-behaved) pets and their owners very welcome... more
Mon 29 September - St Michael and All Angels Day BBQ and Service
To mark this occasion we will be hosting a BBQ under the old oak tree at St Michael’s and All Angels, Hall. We will gather... more
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A man has had his prison sentence doubled after running from the ACT Magistrates court three weeks ago when he was sentenced to three months in jail.
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It was just meant to be for the Hall Bushrangers reserve-grade side who defeated the previously undefeated Goulburn Dirty Reds 13-12 in a thriller grand-final...
The Hall School Museum has recently been assessed as being of national significance. The assessment was conducted by Emeritus Professor Eddie Braggett...
To further enhance the Memorial Grove in Victoria Street, Hall, we propose to purchase a symbol of remembrance for the Grove (photo is an artist impression)....
Community members are invited to have their say on improvements to the Barton Highway. A survey, jointly funded by the NSW and Commonwealth governments,...
The August edition of the Rural Fringe is now available online.
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Rotary recognises villagers At their annual ‘change-over’ dinner on Tuesday 1st July the Rotary Club of Hall presented Community Service Awards to...
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