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Hall and Wineries

A 20-minute drive from the city centre transports you to the idyllic countryside where the main business of the day is to rest and relax with good food and good wine. Did you know the hills of Hall are famous for their vineyards?

Highlights of the area

Country style hospitality

Relax and recharge in Hall, a charming village in Canberra home to great cafés including Kynefin and a popular monthly market.

Close to wineries

Cellar doors are dotted throughout the hills of Hall, one of Canberra's three distinct wine regions.

Home to a popular lookout

Hike a popular section of the Centenary Trail, a challenging 145km loop of Canberra, to the One Tree Hill lookout.

A group of people enjoying a meal and wine outdoors in the garden and vineyards of Brindabella Winery.
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Brindabella Hills Winery

Positioned on a ridge overlooking the Murrumbidgee, this winery is famous for both its stunning views and cool-climate wines. Named after the spectacular Brindabella Range, which provides the mountain backdrop of Canberra, this vineyard produces seven types of wine including Pinot Gris, Sangiovese and Shiraz. 

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Capital Wines

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Smoky baked beans with goat's cheese and a side of mushrooms

Kynefin

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Hartley Hall Markets

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Hops and Vine

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