skip to content

About the Progress Association

The ‘Progress Association’ is an incorporated, not-for-profit community association which promotes the interests of Hall and district community members. While the Association is incorporated in the ACT, the Hall district extends across the border towards Murrumbateman and Gundaroo, and down to the Murrumbidgee River.

The Progress Association has been part of this community for more than a hundred years, and is believed to be the oldest community association in the ACT. It has a long and proud history of representing the needs and interests of the community and is recognized by government for its capacity to represent the village and district.

Function of the Progress Association

The Association performs a number of functions:

When there are issues of widespread community interest and concern the Association will normally convene a public meeting to provide information and gather views of community members.


Membership is open to all residents of the village and district and currently costs $10.00 per year. Community groups and associations can become affiliated organizational members for $20.00 per year.

The Association is governed by a President and Committee elected annually at the Annual General Meeting.

< Homepage