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Convenient Location

Club Singleton 2 mins
Singleton Hospital 2 mins
Singleton Diggers 3 mins


Towns Nearby

Maitland  30 Minutes South East
Muswellbrook 30 Minutes North
Scone 50 Minutes North
Newcastle 60 Minutes South East


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Cnr George & Hunter Streets
Singleton NSW, 2330 [Map]

Singleton is situted 2.5 hours North West of Sydney on the New England Highway via the F3 (now the M1) Freeway then onto the Hunter Expressway which brings you directly into Singleton. It only takes an hour drive from Newcastle and only half an hour from Maitland.

Singleton is in the heart of the Hunter Valley. It is the northern gateway to Wine Country and the vineyards of Pokolbin, Rothbury and Mt View areas. Country Motor Inn Singleton is located at the corner of George Street (ie. on the New England Highway) and Hunter Street, adjacent to beautiful Burdekin Park. We are next to KFC!!

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Local Area

The Singleton region is well-known for their industry, Coal Mines, Power Stations and associated industries. Singleton Army Barracks are 10 minutes drive as is the newly opened Military Museum. We are 20 minutes drive from the Wineries and Wine Country Concert Destinations.


  • Sundial. Singleton is home to one of the world's largest sundials, presented by a local coal mine for the 1988 Bicentennial Celebrations.
  • Wineries. The town is close to the famous Pokolbin wine region (southeast). There are also many wineries in the shire, especially around Broke.
  • Boating. Lake St Clair is an artificial lake located to the north of the town, with facilities for boating and camping.
  • National ParksWollemi and Yengo National Parks are located south of the town via the Putty RoadBarrington Tops National Park borders the north of the shire.
  • Town Walk. In the older parts of Singleton, there is a posted walk that passes by many of the towns historic buildings.
  • Museums. Singleton has three main museums, the Singleton Historic Society Museum in Burdekin Park, the Royal Australian Infantry Corps Museum at the nearby barracks and the Mercy Convent Museum 'Sacred Spaces' within the grounds of the Convent of the Sisters of Mercy (Singleton).
Sundial at Singleton All Saints' Church Rectory at Singleton
Singleton High School at Singleton Singleton Railway at Singleton

Heritage sites

Singleton Shire contains a number of buildings and other sites that are on the Register of the National Estate.

  • Anglican Church of St James, Jerrys Plains
  • Strowan, Denman Road, Jerrys Plains
  • Singleton Railway Station
  • All Saints Church, Singleton, including Rectory, Dangars Mausoleum and All Saints Sunday School
  • Court House, Elizabeth Street, Singleton
  • Ewbank and outbuildings, George Street, Singleton
  • Club House Hotel, John Street, Singleton
  • Minimbah House (formerly Dulcamah), Whittingham, near Singleton
  • Appletree Aboriginal Area, 75 kilometres north-west of Newcastle
  • Baiame Cave (popular name), Milbrodale

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