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A small village in the far north-west of Canberra, Hall was gazetted as a suburb on May 18,
With a good sense of community in a rural setting, Hall is less a suburb and more a small
Situated close to the NSW border, but only 13km from the city centre, many of its residents
work in Canberra but prefer the rural lifestyle Hall provides.
The Hall Premier General Store is the main shopping centre of the village, with a post office
offered as one of its services. Hall also has a coffee shop, a hairdresser, real estate agent and
There are a number of hobby farms in the area, mainly running off Nanima, Spring Range and
Wallaroo Roads. The farms are serviced by two vets and a rural supplies store in the village.
Hall also has a showground which is used, among other things, for the national sheepdog
trials. There are old clay tennis courts which are still in use and a football oval next to the
showground. Hall also has a camping site, equipped with barbecue facilities and play
The Hall Pony Club is at the back of the playing fields and there is an equestrian park on the
other side of Victoria Street. Games of polocrosse are often played at the park.
Hall also has three churches, St Michael and all the Angles Anglican Church, St Francis
Xavier Catholic Church and Wattle Park Uniting Church.
Suburb Guide - Hall Village
Hall Village Information
Post Code: 2618
Named After: Henry Hall,
pioneer of the Canberra
Median House Price: n/a
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