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Singleton & Surrounds

Singleton is home to one of the largest sundials in the world.

Unique stores, historic buildings abound. Stroll the posted heritage walk, visit Singleton Historic Society Museum, the Sacred Spaces Museum at the Convent of the Sisters of Mercy and the Royal Australian Infantry Corps Museum at the nearby barracks. Enjoy the natural beauty of Lake St Clair.

Welcome to our town, in the heart of the Hunter Valley … A delightful mix of heritage, country charm and modern sophistication combine to make Singleton, in the heart of the Hunter Valley, an intriguing getaway destination. Singleton is home to all the pursuits you would expect from this region and a few unexpected surprises to keep you entertained, relaxed and inspired.

GETTING HERE

Singleton is easily accessible from the Hunter Expressway, New England Highway, Putty Road and the Golden Highway, making Singleton an ideal destination.

Singleton is accessible by road, train, coach or from Newcastle Airport, plan your trip to Singleton today! While staying in Singleton there are public transport options available.

Unwind and relax as you discover and explore the many wonders on offer in Singleton. Tour a host of boutique wineries and fine dining restaurants, unearth the adventure – filled National Parks and take a step back in history when you visit one of our museums or historical villages. Visit local markets and sample fresh regional produce or enjoy the range of local events held annually in the Singleton area. Take your photo next to the Singleton Sundial, experience the beautiful Lake St Clair or discover our entertaining main street. As you explore the area you’ll discover the hidden gems, friendly locals and the indulgent temptations that Singleton has to offer.

SHOPPING

Within the Singleton town centre you will uncover some of the many treasures of the Singleton region. Singleton’s CBD precinct has recently undergone major redevelopment. The picturesque main street is the perfect location to explore a collection of boutique and speciality shops, as well as discover our three shopping centres that provide convenient access to major retailers and essential services. During your time in Singleton treat yourself to some indulgence with the assortment of beauty salons followed by a coffee and cake at one of Singleton’s cafes. Be sure to make a stop along George Street to find unique stores and historic buildings lining the bustling highway.

THE SINGLETON VISITOR INFORMATION & ENTERPRISE CENTRE

The Singleton Visitor Information and Enterprise Centre (SVIEC), located on the New England Highway at Townhead Park is open 7 days a week, 9 to 5. Whilst at the Centre, you can enjoy and purchase from a great range of locally made gifts and produce, as well as browse an extensive range of information such as maps, local brochures and event information. Our friendly staff can also assist you with your accommodation and tour bookings! There are also two conference rooms available for hire at the SVIEC. Facilities include free Wi-Fi, barbecue and picnic area, public toilets, disabled facilities, hot and cold refreshments and easy parking for cars and long vehicles.

The Singleton Visitor Information and Enterprise Centre

Townhead Park, New England Highway | 1800 499 888
www.visitsingleton.com | sviec@singleton.nsw.gov.au | 02 6578 7560

Things to Do

  • Lake St Clair – boating, camping and fishing fun!
  • Sisters of Mercy Convent – a historic beauty, concert and wedding venue.
  • Singleton Historical Museum – a variety of interesting artifacts
  • Australian Army Infantry Museum – a modern display and collection of historic military equipment

Things to see and do in Singleton and Surrounds

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Around Hermitage, Branxton - Greta, Broke Fordwich, Kurri Kurri, Lovedale, Rural East, Singleton, Upper Hunter

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