The Australian Army Infantry Museum (AAIM) is the custodian of Infantry Corps history and its customs and traditions. The Museum's collection ranges from the Australia's pre-federation state colonial armies and their first deployments overseas in the nineteenth century through to today's twenty first century diggers.
The Hunter Valley has finally got it's very own Segway Tour! Plus it's available to all ages, gender and fitness levels..... No experience is required! This innovative guided tour will explore over 150 hectares of this historic region famous for it's world class wine on your very own Segway! Great for the young and old, you will be amazed how easy they are!.........so much fun in fact, you won't want to get off!
While exploring Singleton be sure to stop at the Singleton Sundial, one of the largest Sundials in the Southern Hemisphere. Located at the entry to Rose Point Park and the Hunter River, enjoy a picnic under the shadows of the Sundial and learn the history behind this significant structure.
Ride the unique, beautiful Molly Morgan Range, experiencing the spectacular views of the Hunter Valley. Abundant kangaroos and wildlife. For experienced and beginner riders, Pony rides, personalised rides, picnic rides & winery rides. The most popular quote "That was the best ride that I have ever had!"
Great fun for the whole family - Hunter Valley Gardens Aqua Golf & Putt Putt boasts a 5,000 square metre lake full of floating target nets to land your ball in. You can win prizes including Vouchers for Wine, Restaurants, Tours, Hot Air Balloon Rides, Golf and even CASH Jackpots!
Bushwalking, canyoning, swimming and kayaking can all be enjoyed within the spectacular 4870 square kilometres of the Wollemi National Park Also part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, Wollemi National is the second largest national park in New South Wales and contains the largest remaining area of wilderness in the state. This park really is a wilderness wonderland and popular among experienced bushwalkers who enjoy the challenge of this remote region with numerous short and day...
Less than a 1 hour drive from Newcastle, in the heart of the Hunter Valley Vineyards, you will find the magnificent Hunter Valley Gardens. Over 25 acres of spectacular international display gardens that will amaze you with sensational sights, colours and fragrances.
Lake St.Clair is nestled among the undulating hills at the foot of Mt 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.
'A ride on a horse or a drink in the carriage, it's fun for the kids and good for the marriage!' At Hunter Valley Horse Riding and Carriage Tours we have something for everybody.. Operating 7 days we offer; Horse Riding and Pony Rides, catering from the first timer through to the seasoned rider. If you would rather sit back, relax and enjoy some of the local wines the Hunter has to offer then a Horse and Carriage Wine Tour is perfect.
Singleton's main street precinct has recently undergone major redevelopment. The picturesque main street is the perfect location to explore a collection of boutique and specialty shops, as well as discover our three shopping centres that provide access to major retailers and essential services.
Mt Royal National Park is also a World Heritage Listed park and adjoins Barrington Tops National Park. It is located just 30 minutes’ drive from Singleton and takes you past the picturesque Lake St Clair that is well regarded as one of the best inland fishing hotspots in the country. At Mt Royal you can enjoy a day’s drive, stopping at various picnic points or better still, pack up the kids and the camping gear and spend a night or two enjoying this rustic, bushland environment by setti...
YENGO National Park, part of the Greater Blue Mountains World Heritage Area is just over 55km from Singleton and 44km from Cessnock. The World Heritage-listed park features exceptional Australian bushland , tall rocky ridges and steep gorges as well as a number of Aboriginal sacred sites and rock engravings that take the visitor back in time. Within its 1,543 square kilometres is the historic, convict-built Old Great North Road, a reminder of the labour intensive infrastructure dating back ...