The Village of Hall is located within the border of the Australian Capital
Territory just 14 kilometres from the City of Canberra, and even closer to
the Belconnen and Gungahlin Town Centres. Is was one of the earliest
settlements in the region and some of the buildings exhibit features of an
age now gone.

The village is known for its rural, peaceful character, having the homes
(some at prestige level) set on large blocks among mature trees. Located in
the village are a supermarket, popular pub, and a number of service
businesses, and it also serves as an interchange for school busses going to
the various schools and colleges in Canberra.

The surrounding region is located over the border in New South Wales, and is
popular as a rural residential location, being on the fringe of Canberra with
travel times to employment centres comparable to suburban living, yet
enjoying the rural lifestyle.

It is also in the Cool Climate Wine region,and scattered through the region are a variety of boutique vineyards and wineries, many providing a popular day trip destination to enjoy winetastings and cellar door sales.