The Charbonnier is located centrally in the Hunter region, only 10 minutes from the Vineyards, 50 minutes west of Newcastle and 2 hours North West of Sydney. Set on 1.6 hectares of landscaped gardens, the property offers 70 suites on two stories (with internal lift), Charades a-la-carte restaurant and the The Hunter Convention Centre. Amenities include: sail-covered BBQ facilities, pool, spa, sauna, full-sized flood lit tennis court and ample free on-site parking for cars and coaches.
Wyland Caravan Park is situated on the outskirts of Singleton in the Hunter Valley. It is only a two minute drive to the town centre or a 10 minute walk and the train station is a 15 minute walk away. With the new Hunter Expressway it is only an hour to Newcastle.
The park is situated away from the main roads which makes for a peaceful and enjoyable stay.
The Benjamin Singleton Motel is located in the centre of Singleton, the heart of the Hunter Valley. This small motel is a practical choice if you are travelling the New England Highway and wish to relax in a comfortable bed before continuing your journey, heading out to explore the splendours of the vineyard distric,t or participating in a local event.
Guest rooms are all fitted with queen beds, televisions with two movie channels, reverse cycle air-conditioning, kettle, toaster, hair dryer, en suite bathroom, and ironing facilities.
Your hosts will happily share their extensive knowledge of the Pokolbin district, passing on tips regarding where to find the best wines, cheeses, and produce in the Hunter. They will also recommend a variety of restaurants, cafes, and attractions to help you discover all that Singleton has to offer.
For Hunter Valley concerts, this motel is convenient to the Rover Coaches Royal Hotel pick-up.
Country Motor Inn Singleton is located in the heart of the Hunter Valley wine country.
The motel is perfect if you are ing in or around Singleton, or just relaxing and enjoying the many attractions of the Hunter Valley.
Country Motor Inn has 49 units ranging through standard, budget and family suites.
Welcome to Quest Singleton!
Singleton is ideally located in the heart of the Hunter Valley. Surrounded by vast hills and the country side, only minutes to the vineyards, the deep valleys of the coal mines, and home to the Singleton Army Base - Singleton unearths many unexpected surprises.
Quest Singleton is the only purpose built 4.5 Star serviced apartment accommodation property in Singleton. Offering stylish and spacious one, two and three bedroom apartments, along with an on-site gymnasium, barbecue terrace and conference facilities, spacious dining/living area, two bathrooms, a desk with broadband internet access, LCD televisions, Austar, DVD/CDs, air-conditioning, and balconies.
The Singleton Golf Club is home to a luscious nine hole parkland course situated in the heart of the Hunter Valley. Lush fairways and greens make this the best condition nine hole course in the Valley, and will offer a challenge for even the most proficient players.
The clubhouse has much to offer with a Members Bar, Restaurant, Outdoor Area and Function Room. Situated a short distance from the hustle and bustle of the main streets you don't have to be a member to enjoy the services of the Singleton Golf Club. With a relaxed and inviting atmosphere, come over and enjoy something to eat and a nice cold beverage after playing a few rounds on the course....
Call into the Singleton Visitor Information and Enterprise Centre for information on the local area, attractions, accommodation, events and things to do. The Singleton Visitor Information and Enterprise Centre has a comprehensive range of brochures on a variety of subjects for your convenience. Browse the range of souvenirs, local produce and merchandise, which are available for purchase....
An all abilities playground that allows people of all ages and abilities to enjoy a safe, fun and engaging recreation area. The park is fully fenced and has state-of-the-art equipment including a basket swing, toddler swing and a flying fox. Rose Point also boasts an array of barbecue facilities, seating and paths. It is located close to the CBD, has plenty of shade and space, with ample parking, including designated accessible parking bays and toilets.
Rose Point Park offers people in wheelchairs a chance to access a wide range of equipment to enjoy, including a Liberty swing. The swing is operated using a MLAK key, the key with a AUD15 deposit can be collected from: Singleton Council Administration Customer Service, 8 Queen Street; Singleton Public Library, 8 Queen Street or Visitor Information Centre, George Street.
The construction of the swing was funded by the Variety Club and Coal and Allied....
Lake St Clair is nestled among the undulating hills at the foot of Mount Royal Range, approximately 30 minutes north of Singleton. The lake provides a premium outdoor leisure facility. Swimming, sailing, water skiing, camping and fishing are only a few of the popular activities enjoyed on the lake.
For the keen fishermen, Lake St Clair has been stocked with Bass, Golden and Sliver Perch and Catfish. The restocking of fish into the lake by the New South Wales State Fisheries and local fishing clubs is ongoing.
The foreshores of Lake St Clair provide attractive areas for picnicing and barbecues, and the road following the eastern shoreline on Carrowbrook Road is a particularly scenic drive.
Powered sites and unlimited bush camping, electric and wood fired barbecues, hot showers, toilets, boat ramp, kiosk open weekends (conditions apply), entry and camping fees apply. Bookings are essential for powered camp sites.
The museum serves as a mirror to the Infantry Corps. It is a place where young soldiers can learn about the history behind the names they are familiar with from high school or perhaps about the military service of a family member. Gallipoli, Passchendaele, Kokoda and Long Tan are all bought to life along with less familiar campaigns like the NSW Marine Light Infantry deployment to Peking in 1900.
The display space is divided into two main areas. The lower floor features exhibitions on the history of operations, from the Sudan in 1885 through to our current deployment in Afghanistan today and the mezzanine level features the 'tools of the trade', that is, the small arms and their associated training aids, how they have changed and developed and how these changes have influenced the tactics, techniques and procedures of the Regiments of the Royal Australian Infantry Corps.
James Hunter Valley Wine and Vineyard Tours operate 12 seat minibuses which are compact enough to visit the smaller boutique wineries. A 4WD Land Cruiser (maximum seven passengers) also operates, which is available for private tours where you can plan the day as you wish or they can guide you.
Free pickups and returns are available to/from Singleton, Cessnock, Branxton, Broke, Rothbury, Pokolbin and Lovedale on a full day tour. Complimentary wine tasting at up to five boutique vineyards with opportunities to purchase wines not sold outside the Hunter Valley, stopping also for chocolate and cheese tastings.
Enjoy the stunning scenery of the Hunter Valley while travelling alongside the Brokenback Range.
Take advantage of exclusive private wine tastings and optional visits to sample chocolates, cheeses, olives or macadamia nuts.
Half day tours are available, please enquire directly with operator. Special rates are also available for group charters....
Enjoy Vivaldi, Mozart, Paganini and Tchaikovsky performed in the stunning Sisters' Chapel by an eight-piece touring German ensemble, the Chamber Philharmonia Cologne.
Arrive from 5.30pm to sample authentic German fare provided by the pop-up kitchen from Oma's Kitchen Newcastle (last serving at 7.30pm).
To the Singleton Community the Sundial represents its bicentennial celebrations; it was the major feature of the Bicentennial Riverside Park Project. The sundial formed a gateway to the Hunter River, picnic areas and recreational and sporting facilities also developed in the 1988 Bicentennial project.
Construction of the Sundial was financed by Lemington Coal Mine, a State Bicentennial Grant and generous contributions from mining, industry and community groups within and around Singleton. It stands as a visible link between the old and the new - an ancient method of time telling set in the midst of the new development in Singleton.
Monolithic Sundial weighing 30 tonnes, set near the Hunter River, is the gateway to the largest sporting area in the region....