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Singleton was originally the home for the Wonnarua Aboriginal people. The town is located alongside the banks of the Hunter River stretching inland from the coast. It is 80 KM northwest of Newcastle and 197 KM north-north-west of Sydney. The current population of Singleton town is approximately 14,000 people.

The major urban areas of the Singleton town includes Hunterview, Wattle ponds, The Retreat, Darlington, Dunolly, Singleton Heights and the town centre. The neighbouring rural villages of the town include Belford, Jerrys Plains, Camberwell, and Broke.
Situated on the north eastern part of the Sydney basin, Singleton is at the junction of the Putty Road and the New England Highway. The town is also bypassed by the Golden Highway and it is serviced by the Countrylink and Cityrail rail services. In addition, there are bus services including the local and the intercity bus services.

Singleton town was discovered in 820 by John Howe during an expedition into the region on the St Patrick’s Day. The town was initially known as St Patrick’s Plains before the exploration of John Howe.
Successful agricultural farming was seen as the main economic activity, thanks to the well irrigated fertile lands. The crops grown included vineyards, tobacco, grain with livestock farming such as lamb and beef introduced by the 1860s.Vegetable and dairy farming was also introduced in early 1900s and remained an important part of the local economy. The Hunter River proved to be the source of livelihood for the locals though it provided substantial destructions such as floods disturbing the local industry for many years. In 1955, for instance, the floods caused by the Hunter River destroyed livestock, crops and homes.

Museums: Singleton town has three major museums, Mercy Convent Museum located in the grounds of the Convent of the Sisters of Mercy, the Royal Australian Infantry Corps Museum, and the Singleton Historic Society Museum.
National Parks: Yengo and Wollemi National Parks are situated to the of the Singleton town through the Putty Road. The James Cook Park is a riverside park packed with classic picnic facilities as well as the largest monolithic sundial in the southern hemisphere.
Wineries: Singleton is close to the Pokolbin wine region. In addition, there are several wineries in the shire, particularly around Broke.
Sundial: The town is a home to one of the largest sundials in the world. The Sundial represents the bicentennial celebrations of the Singleton Community. This was the main feature of the 1988 Bicentennial Celebration.
From the friendly residents, to a laid back lifestyle, rich local culture as well as abundant fresh produce, Singleton offers a variety of idyllic natural and artificial attractions making it a must-visit holiday destination in Australia. Many tourists realize that Singleton is blessed with the most beautiful landscape on the south coast of Australia. The well located scenic drives from the various villages take in the open expanses of pastureland, reserve forests and beautiful beaches coupled with the closeness of the excellent restaurants and picturesque spots.
Accommodation and dining options in Singleton cover everything from the year round temperate climate and caravan parks to luxury retreats. The town offers comfortable accommodation for a holiday anytime of the year.

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