Hall Cemetery is a small rural cemetery, mainly for the long time residents of the Hall Region. It is divided into religious denominations.

A special memorial wall and garden for cremated remains are available for the interment of ashes.

Hall Cemetery contains some very rare and endangered plants. Mowing the grass is not possible in the Spring and early Summer, allowing the plants to flower and seed.

Rules of Entry

The Authority seeks your cooperation to maintain a safe and peaceful environment for all. We also seek your cooperation in maintaining Canberra Memorial Parks in a neat and tidy manner.

  • Plants may not be planted without prior approval from Cemetery Management
  • Potted plants are not allowed
  • Nothing may be attached to a monument unless approved by Cemetery Management
  • Additional objects and containers, particularly those made of glass, metal or crockery are not allowed
  • Items that do not comply with the regulations, or which are considered hazardous may be removed without notice
  • Dogs must be kept on a leash all times
  • Prior to commencing work, tradespersons must register their presence and location of work with Cemetery Management
  • The construction and maintenance of any monument must be carried out by an approved tradesperson and only after the issue of a permit from Cemetery Management

Burial options


A traditional, monumental grave featuring a full-cover memorial made of stone, concrete, marble or granite. Interments may be identified by an individual or combined monument.

Memorial Garden

A special memorial wall surrounding a small native garden into which the cremated remains (ashes) of loved ones can be interred. A bronze plaque is affixed to the wall for permanent memorialisation.

Hall Planting Options


  • Asperula conferta – Common Woodruff
  • Bulbine bulbosa – Bulbine Lily
  • Calocephalus citreus – Lemon Beauty-heads
  • Carex appressa – Tall Sedge
  • Chrysocephalum apiculatum – Common Everlasting
  • Chrysocephalum semipapposum – Clustered Everlasting
  • Convolvulus erubescens – Australian Bindweed
  • Craspedia spp. – Billy Buttons
  • Cynoglossum suaveolens – Sweet Hounds tongue
  • Desmodium varians – Slender Tick Trefoil
  • Dianella longifolia – Smooth Flax-lily
  • Dianella revoluta – Black-anther Flax lily
  • Eryngium ovinum – Blue Devil
  • Glycine tabacina – Vanilla Glycine
  • Goodenia pinnatifida – Scrambled egg plant
  • Hardenbergia violacea – False Sarsaparilla
  • Leptorhynchos squamatus – Scaly buttons
  • Leucochrysum albicans – Hoary sunray
  • Lomandra bracteata – Short-flowered Mat-rush
  • Lomandra filiformis – Wattle Mat-rush
  • Lomandra longifolia – Spiny-headed Mat-rush
  • Lomandra multiflora – Many-flowered Mat-rush
  • Pimelia curviflora – Curved Rice-flower
  • Stackhousia monogyna – Creamy Candles
  • Stylidium gramineum – Grassland trigger plant
  • Vittadinia cuneata – Fuzzy New Holland daisy
  • Vittadinia muelleri – New Holland daisy
  • Wahlenbergia spp – Native Bluebells


  • Austrodanthonia spp. – Wallaby grasses
  • Austra bigeniculata – Tall Speargrass
  • Austrostipsiflora – Brushtail Speargrass
  • Austrostipa scabra – Corkscrew Speargrass
  • Elymus scaber – Wheat grass
  • Joycea pallida – Reer wallaby grass
  • Microleana stipoides – Weeping grass
  • Poa labillardierei – River tussock
  • Sorghum leiocladum – Sorghum
  • Themeda triandra – Kangaroo grass