Continuing the A-Z of Australian country towns with attendant haiku, today is the letter H.
Hall is a small village just within the boundaries of the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) and close to the New South Wales border. The first white population in the area came as graziers. The continuing expansion of the nation’s capital, Canberra, means that dormitory suburbs or townships are moving closer to Hall.
Out on the Hay Plains
Small but defiant
Urgh! Sunburnt shoulders