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The town of Lemington is located four kilometres east of Jerrys Plains on the road to Singleton in the Hunter Valley. The nearby Hunter Valley Mine was the scene of major industrial disputes between Rio Tinto and its employees in 1998. Enjoy picnics at Moses Crossing by the Hunter River.

Lemington: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Heuston Lookout

Heuston Lookout Park was formerly farmland which was donated to the community by the estate of P.A. Heuston, specifically to be used as a lookout.

The Apex Club of Singleton in association with Singleton Council developed the site for both locals and visitors to enjoy.

The viewing platform is situated 60 metres above the Hunter River and looks west towards the mines at Warkworth.

Lookout Road
Gowrie, NSW, 2330

Located 16.0K from Lemington

Middle Falbrook Bridge over Glennies Creek

Completed in 1904, the Middle Falbrook bridge is a timber truss road bridge, and has strong associations with the expansion of the road network and economic activity throughout NSW, and Ernest DeBurgh, the designer of this type of truss.

DeBurgh trusses were significant technical improvements over their predecessors. The Middle Falbrook bridge has piers made from Monier pipes filled with concrete, which is representative of the emerging concrete technology in bridge construction.

Middle Falbrook Bridge is located in the Hunter region, which has 15 historic bridges each constructed before 1905, and it gains heritage significance from its proximity to the high concentration of other historic bridges in the area. In 1998 there were 10 surviving DeBurgh trusses in NSW of the 20 built.

Bridges are not just functional, they can also be scenic and engineering attractions. Spare a few minutes to admire Middle Falbrook Bridge over Glennies Creek.

Rixs Creek-Falbrook Road
Middle Falbrook, NSW, 2330

Located 16.2K from Lemington

Lake Liddell

Lake Liddell is located approximately 15 kilometres south of Muswellbrook, just off the New England Highway. Covering some 1,133 hectares, Lake Liddell provides recreational boating and fishing having been stocked with Australian Bass. There is a boat to launch your boat from and there are no boating restrictions on the lake.

Lake Liddell not only offers fishing, it has a bird sanctuary, picnic/barbeque area, an oval, tennis courts, ample parking, kiosk and toilets and showers. Gates to the recreation area do have opening and closing times so please be aware of these when planning your trip. Camping with caravan access is permitted on site, however, fees do apply.

400 Hebden Road
Muswellbrook, NSW, 2333

Located 16.9K from Lemington

Lake Liddell Recreation Area

Lake Liddell Recreation Area is situated 15 kilometres East from Muswellbrook on Hebden Road. As well as day visitors, it caters for fifty sites of which ten are powered. Patrons use the park for skiing, sailing, swimming, camping and fishing. The park is also a dog on lead friendly park.

Hebden Road
Muswellbrook, NSW, 2333

Located 17.0K from Lemington

Bulga Bridge over Wollombi Brook

Bridges are not just functional, they can also be scenic and engineering attractions. Spare a few minutes to admire Bulga Bridge over Wollombi Brook. The Bulga Bridge is a representative example of Dare timber truss road bridges.

The Dare truss design is a variation of the Howe truss arrangement of the Allan truss design, substituting a pair of steel channels for the bottom steel chord and employing simplified bottom chord joints by eliminating the pin as used in the DeBurgh truss. By replacing the bottom timber chord with a steel member the structural performance of the bridge design was increased.

The Dare truss bridges have the highest survival rate of the five truss types, with 18 still in existence in 2009 (of the 44 built). In fact the first one, completed in 1905 over the MacDonald River at Bendemeer, is still in existence as a footbridge.

Main Road 213
Bulga, NSW, 2330

Located 17.3K from Lemington

Rose Point Park: All abilities playground

An all abilities playground that allows people of all ages and abilities to enjoy a safe, fun and engaging recreation area. The park is fully fenced and has state-of-the-art equipment including a basket swing, toddler swing and a flying fox. Rose Point also boasts an array of barbecue facilities, seating and paths. It is located close to the CBD, has plenty of shade and space, with ample parking, including designated accessible parking bays and toilets.

Rose Point Park offers people in wheelchairs a chance to access a wide range of equipment to enjoy, including a Liberty swing. The swing is operated using a MLAK key, the key with a AUD15 deposit can be collected from: Singleton Council Administration Customer Service, 8 Queen Street; Singleton Public Library, 8 Queen Street or Visitor Information Centre, George Street.

The construction of the swing was funded by the Variety Club and Coal and Allied.

Rose Point Park,
Rose Point Road
Singleton, NSW, 2330

Located 17.9K from Lemington

Lake St Clair

Lake St Clair is nestled among the undulating hills at the foot of Mount 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.

For the keen fishermen, Lake St Clair has been stocked with Bass, Golden and Sliver Perch and Catfish. The restocking of fish into the lake by the New South Wales State Fisheries and local fishing clubs is ongoing.

The foreshores of Lake St Clair provide attractive areas for picnicing and barbecues, and the road following the eastern shoreline on Carrowbrook Road is a particularly scenic drive.
Powered sites and unlimited bush camping, electric and wood fired barbecues, hot showers, toilets, boat ramp, kiosk open weekends (conditions apply), entry and camping fees apply. Bookings are essential for powered camp sites.

Carrowbrook Road
Singleton, NSW, 2330

Located 18.5K from Lemington

Lemington: Events

Bulga Beats Festival

Bulga Beats is a happening music, market and arts festival focusing on community, attracting people to the Hunter Valley and district while supporting and promoting sustainable industries, local businesses, and wine and tourism in the area.

There is always a great selection of fantastic food and interesting market stalls, an art exhibition and sale, as well an impressive car and bike show.

Event Dates
      6th May

The Inlet Road
Bulga, NSW, 2330

Located 17.0K from Lemington

Newcastle Permanent's Cinema Under the Stars - Singleton

Newcastle Permanent's Cinema Under the Stars is returning for another stellar season.

The free event kicks off at 5:30pm with a fantastic line-up of family friendly entertainment and activities before the blockbuster movie The Good Dinosaur screens at sundown.

Don't miss out on the most up to date event information by visiting the website or liking Newcastle Permanent on Facebook.

Event Dates
      20th Jan

Bridgman Road,
Allan Bull Reserve
Singleton, NSW, 2330

Located 17.8K from Lemington

Lemington: Travel Tips

Singleton Visitor Information and Enterprise Centre

Call into the Singleton Visitor Information and Enterprise Centre for information on the local area, attractions, accommodation, events and things to do. The Singleton Visitor Information and Enterprise Centre has a comprehensive range of brochures on a variety of subjects for your convenience. Browse the range of souvenirs, local produce and merchandise, which are available for purchase.

Townhead Park,
New England Highway
Singleton, NSW, 2330

Located 19.0K from Lemington

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