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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, have a famous Hall Burger and Chips from the Daughters at Hall or a slice of Welsh Bara Brith and coffee from Kynefin Cafe. Enjoy a sumptuous meal and fine wine from 1882 Bar and Grill. Grab some craft beer or local wines from Hops and Vine or Capital Wines. 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. Buy your copy of the excellent guide - Walking and Cycling Canberra's Centenary Trail - from the shop, 'Daughters at Hall'.

We are delighted that major Centenary Trail running / walking events will continue to bring people to Hall. Details will be in our Events Calendar. Enjoy the Trail!

Coming Events

- General Meeting Village of Hall and District Progress Association - Special Resolution

This is to notify you that, subject to current advice from ACT Health, a General Meeting of the Village of Hall and District...

- Rugby Union - Hall Bushrangers v Cooma

Hall Bushrangers is a very close-knit rugby union club. A great part their success over recent years is due to the Great...

- Hall Markets

The Hall Markets are one of Australia's largest home-made and home grown goods markets. The markets have a rural theme and...

- Sri Chinmoy Trail Run "Gungahlin Gallop" from Hall Village

"Gungahlin Gallop" 2.2km, 10km & 31km Canberra's north side hosts the Series finale. The track from Hall through to Oak...

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Hall and District News

Pavilion Rehabilitation Funded by the Stronger Communities Program

The Village of Hall and District Progress Association (VHDPA) has been successful in obtaining a grant for funding under the Stronger Communities Program... more

June Rural Fringe online

The latest issue of the Rural Fringe can be downloaded here. Enjoy the usual rich mix of stories about local people and happenings, a bit of history,... more

Volunteers Needed to Manage the Hall Pavilion and Cottage

The Progress Association Committee is seeking volunteers to undertake the management of the Hall Pavilion and the Headmaster's Cottage at the Hall School... more

Repair to dangerous paving on Victoria Street has been completed

Work has now been completed on major repairs to the extremely unsafe brick paving on both sides of Victoria Street between Gladstone and Loftus Streets.... more

Murals to be Painted in Gladstone Street Park

The small group of volunteers (aligned to TCCS, Urban Parks and Places) established to progress the upgrading of the Gladstone Street park have advised... more

Fooling Around in Flannels - History of Cricket on the Limestone Plains

The Hall School Museum and Heritage Centre presents an exhibition on the evolution of cricket on the Limestone Plains and its role in promoting social... more

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