The Singleton Sundial is an enduring landmark commemorating the bicentennial of Australia.
The Australian Army Infantry Museum (AAIM) is the custodian of Infantry Corps history and its customs and traditions. The Museum collection ranges from the colonial armies and their first deployments overseas in the eighteenth century through to today’s twenty first century diggers.
Housed in the old Council Chambers built in 1874 within the picturesque Burdekin Park, the Singleton Museum is steeped in history. This Georgian style building with mid-Victorian portico was originally built as a jail.
Baiame Cave is a heritage-listed cave and cultural site of the Wanaruah, Wonnarua People.
Lake St Clair is a water playground for locals and visitors- whether it’s to relax and unwind, or for adventurer’s looking to turn up the action.
As the most sought-after wine region to visit, the Hunter Valley exudes an energy and personality of its own, and when it comes to a place to celebrate the good life, there’s no place close.
Exploring the Putty Road is best achieved on two wheels. Bend, push and twist to your heart's content on this famed motorcycling route.
Singleton Hunter Valley is the perfect place to explore country byways, put up your feet and indulge in fine food and wine. Scenic drives past endless rows of gnarly vines are a given, as are sweeping views of lush farmland with grazing cattle and mobs of kangaroos in scenic landscapes.
Extending north from Sydney to the Hunter Valley, the Convict Trail follows the route of the 240 km Great North Road, built between 1826 and 1836.