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Taylor: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Yerrabi Pond


If you feel like exploring parks in the nation's capital with the children, head to Yerrabi Pond on Canberra's north side. The adventure playground has a giant flying fox and a large junior play area. The Liberty Swing is ideal for all ability users.

Yerrabi has a senior and junior skate park. There's a dirt bike jump circuit suitable for all skill levels at the southern end of the park.

The undercover barbecues make it an ideal spot for a picnic lunch or dinner. Shaded areas will help keep you cool in summer and there's several hectares of irrigated grass.




Gundaroo Drive
Amaroo, ACT, 2914

Located 3.3K from Taylor

Hartley Hall Markets


Hartley Hall Markets are held on the first Sunday of the month (January excluded). There are up to 300 stalls offering a variety of products including food, locally grown vegetables and fresh produce, baked goods, plants, furniture, clothing, pottery, children's toys, arts and crafts, unique gifts and more.

Stroll among the trees, stay for lunch and enjoy the fresh air, live entertainment and children's activities.

This fine family friendly market is proudly organised and operated by Hartley Lifecare.




Hall Showground, Victoria Street
Hall, ACT, 2618

Located 3.5K from Taylor

Gungahlin Lakes Golf and Community Club


The Gungahlin Lakes Golf and Community Club is situated on over 70 hectares of picturesque green parklands with modern facilities and stunning views. Interstate and overseas visitors can play a round of social golf on the 18 hole championship course.

The Clubhouse includes multiple dining areas, bars, children's play areas, function and gaming facilities. Watch all the live sports action on huge plasma screens. With a range of activities and offerings such as daily food specials, promotions and special events, there is something to enjoy daily in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

$2 membership required to enter the Clubhouse.






Corner Gundaroo Drive and Gungahlin Drive
Nicholls, ACT, 2913

Located 3.6K from Taylor

Gold Creek Country Club


This 18 hole international standard championship course was designed by renowned golfer and course architect Bruce Devlin.

Gold Creek Country Club's par 72 layout exposes generous fairways and hidden challenges including water hazards and subtle greens. There are also three practice holes.

Carved amongst a growing residential development the course offers sanctuary from the outside world. Gold Creek Country Club also offers a health club with swimming pool, spa facilities, fully equipped gymnasium and tennis courts and function facilities.




50 Curran Drive
Nicholls, ACT, 2913

Located 3.8K from Taylor

Gold Creek Station


Share a day in the life of a farming family on their 1500-acre Merino sheep and beef cattle farm.

Watch Australian kelpie dogs work merino sheep. See sheep shearing demonstrations. Hear informative talks on the Australian wool industry. Enjoy a hearty barbeque lunch and feel yourself relax during this friendly rural experience.

Group bookings only.





Victoria Street
Hall, ACT, 2618

Located 4.1K from Taylor

Taylor: Events

A Palette of Pioneer Places


An exhibition of renowned Canberra artist Isla Patterson's water colours.

Isla has painted eight heritage buildings of local significance in Hall. Villages such as Hall were gazetted in 1882 and surrounding land was identified for market gardens, commercial options and residential blocks.

The exhibition features eight early district properties, supplemented by accounts of the heritage of each building.

Come and discover their origins.


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2019
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2020
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Palmer Street,
Hall, ACT, 2618

Located 3.7K from Taylor

Hall WW1 Commemorative Exhibition


"When Hall Answered the Call" - Visit the small community of Hall's School Museum and see their moving exhibition to commemorate the district's contribution to World War 1 as part of the ANZAC Centenary.

The exhibition features photos, medals, letters, and other memorabilia that tell the story of the boys and men from the district who went off to fight in WW1. Learn about the support provided by their families, the local community and Welcome Home celebrations.


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2019
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Victoria Street
Hall, ACT, 2618

Located 3.8K from Taylor

Re-Discovering Ginninderra


For half a century during the 1860's, Ginninderra flourished and in it's prime boasted a church, two schools, store, Police Station, post and telegraph office, school of arts, nursery, farmers union hall, annual show, sports team and hotel. By 1915 Ginninderra was finished. Find this out and more by visiting the Re-Discovering Ginninderra exhibition.


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2019
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Victoria Street
Hall, ACT,

Located 3.8K from Taylor

A Tale of Two Villages - An Exhibition


A Tale of Two Villages tells the story of the Hall-Ginninderra district from Aboriginal times, through the early pioneer farming settlement at Palmerville and then Ginninderra, to the establishment of the village of Hall from 1881.


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2019
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2020
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Victoria Street
Hall, ACT, 2618

Located 3.8K from Taylor

Selected Spaces. Settling the Ginninderra District


In the 1860's and 1870's - long before the suburbs came, "selectors" chose blocks of land to build a home and a farm, and gradually, a community . Early maps and plans will help show how six pioneering families made Ginninderra home - before it was all taken from them. The stories of these settler families are well illustrated with photographs, maps and plans.


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2019
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2020
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Victoria Street
HALL, ACT, 2618

Located 3.8K from Taylor