Singleton is a town on the banks of the Hunter River in New South Wales located 197 kilometres north west of Sydney and approximately 80 kilometres north west of Newcastle.
Established in the 1820’s by Benjamin Singleton it was initially called Patricks’ Plains. Early heritage is evident as the town retains a number of lovely historic buildings such as the courthouse, various churches and pubs. Singleton still contains many fine old mansions, reflecting the aristocratic nature of land grants when the area was settled.
Today the local economy is supported by a diverse industrial base, skilled labour force and industry access to vital infrastructure.
A lively rural town with a close-knit community, it offers 8 public schools, 2 private schools, a TAFE Campus generous sporting facilities, shopping options and support services. It also boasts 32 established and well-maintained parks and reserves including 20 playgrounds.
Lake St Clair provides a popular setting for locals to enjoy water activities, fish, picnic or BBQ and the natural beauty of Mt Royal, Yengo and Wollemi National Parks are in close proximity to indulge in bushwalking and nature trails. Part of the attraction to the Hunter is wine touring and tourists have a diverse range of cellar doors in the vicinity to knock on and indulge.
Unique to Singleton is the Australian Army Infantry Museum, with an historic collection of infantry equipment, weaponry and memorabilia dating back more than a century and the Spring Festival of Flowers that attracts gardening enthusiasts annually.
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