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Australian Army Infantry Museum


The museum serves as a mirror to the Infantry Corps. It is a place where young soldiers can learn about the history behind the names they are familiar with from high school or perhaps about the military service of a family member. Gallipoli, Passchendaele, Kokoda and Long Tan are all bought to life along with less familiar campaigns like the NSW Marine Light Infantry deployment to Peking in 1900.

The display space is divided into two main areas. The lower floor features exhibitions on the history of operations, from the Sudan in 1885 through to our current deployment in Afghanistan today and the mezzanine level features the 'tools of the trade', that is, the small arms and their associated training aids, how they have changed and developed and how these changes have influenced the tactics, techniques and procedures of the Regiments of the Royal Australian Infantry Corps.





Australian Army Infantry Museum,
Hamilton VC Drive,
Lone Pine Barracks
Singleton, NSW, 2330

Located 6.5K from Scotts Flat

Singleton Sundial


To the Singleton Community the Sundial represents its bicentennial celebrations; it was the major feature of the Bicentennial Riverside Park Project. The sundial formed a gateway to the Hunter River, picnic areas and recreational and sporting facilities also developed in the 1988 Bicentennial project.

Construction of the Sundial was financed by Lemington Coal Mine, a State Bicentennial Grant and generous contributions from mining, industry and community groups within and around Singleton. It stands as a visible link between the old and the new - an ancient method of time telling set in the midst of the new development in Singleton.

Monolithic Sundial weighing 30 tonnes, set near the Hunter River, is the gateway to the largest sporting area in the region.




Rose Point Park, Ryan Avenue
Singleton, NSW, 2330

Located 7.6K from Scotts Flat

Singleton Golf Club


The Singleton Golf Club is home to a luscious nine hole parkland course situated in the heart of the Hunter Valley. Lush fairways and greens make this the best condition nine hole course in the Valley, and will offer a challenge for even the most proficient players.

The clubhouse has much to offer with a Members Bar, Restaurant, Outdoor Area and Function Room. Situated a short distance from the hustle and bustle of the main streets you don't have to be a member to enjoy the services of the Singleton Golf Club. With a relaxed and inviting atmosphere, come over and enjoy something to eat and a nice cold beverage after playing a few rounds on the course.




51 Boundary Street
Singleton, NSW, 2330

Located 8.0K from Scotts Flat

Singleton Heritage Walk


Singleton is a delightful mix of history, country hospitality and modern sophistication. The town boasts beautiful gardens, historical and cultural sites, vineyards and modern wineries. The Heritage Walk lets you explore all this at your own pace. A gentle stroll along George Street will lead you to a collection of proud historic buildings that stand to tell the tale of the rich heritage the Singleton region has to offer. Look out for the State Heritage Listed Ewbank and the Post Office.






88 George Street
Singleton, NSW, 2330

Located 8.3K from Scotts Flat

Sacred Spaces at the Sisters of Mercy Convent


The Singleton Sisters of Mercy Convent is the Motherhouse of the Sisters of Mercy in the Hunter Valley with a resident community. Since 1995, the convent has become known as a beautiful and unique 'living heritage site', open for guided tours, concerts, weddings, workshops, room hire and other activities, under the name of 'Sacred Spaces'.

The convent is set in spacious gardens, creating a unique atmosphere of peace. Gracious buildings date from the mid nineteenth century, and display remarkable architectural beauty.

Guided tours tell the story of the Sisters and the convent, while the magnificent Sisters' Chapel is particularly suited to weddings and concerts. The gardens are also available for photos, and rooms and spaces within the building are available for hire. The spaces are also ideal for groups wanting quiet times for spiritual activities.

Do not underestimate this site. It will surprise and delight you.




30 Queen Street
Singleton, NSW, 2330

Located 8.3K from Scotts Flat

Singleton Historical Society and Museum Inc


The main Singleton Historical Museum is based within the old Council Chambers (formerly lock-up cells) built in 1874, within the picturesque Burdekin Park.

Steeped in history, this Georgian style building with mid-Victorian portico was originally built as a gaol.

The Singleton Historical Society was granted the use of the former municipal council building in 1963, and the building is now home to the extensive Historical Museum. From an original horse drawn ambulance cart, to furniture, farm machinery and kitchenware, the museum has something for everyone.




Burdekin Park,
Bourke Street
Singleton, NSW, 2330

Located 8.3K from Scotts Flat

Scotts Flat: Events

The Gum Ball Music and Arts Festival


After celebrating a 10th anniversary in 2014 and subsequent year off in 2015, the famed Gum Ball Music and Arts Festival will make a triumphant return back to its beloved Hunter Valley bushland home 'Dashville in 2016.

The popular camping festival, which in 2014 saw the Hoodoo Gurus headline a huge list of over 30 acts performing to a capacity crowd of around 2,500 people, is anticipated to return for its biggest year to date.

The Gum Ball 2016 festival will run in similar format to previous years, with live music over two stages for two nights and three days, including the popular silent disco and Sunday breakfast wind down.

Due to recent site improvements, its anticipated that further inclusions will be added to the festival program over coming months to complement Dashville's growing space.




Dashville,
103 Kirkton Road
Belford, NSW, 2335

Located 5.5K from Scotts Flat

Singleton Festival


The Singleton Festival is an annual celebration of all things food, wine, music and art. The Festival will include a two week program packed with loads of events to stimulate the mind and spirit.

Event Program coming soon!


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New England Highway,
Various Locations Around Singleton
Singleton, NSW, 2330

Located 7.7K from Scotts Flat

Shimano MTB Grand Prix Round Two: Rydal


For round two of the 2017 Shimano MTB Grand Prix Series, events promoter Rocky Trail Entertainment is introducing a brand-new venue: Rydal.

The organisers thrive to deliver a series that is less of an elite- and winners-only-focused competition, but a positive and inclusive experience for all participants. At the centre of the race results will be a General Classification (GC) determining the major winners of a race. A wider variety of age groups is offered - racers can participate in four or seven hour events.

Be a #rockytrailracer on a fun course with lots of singletrail that snakes through the bush land in the Central Tablelands. Race participants can register online ahead of the event and spectator entry is free. All race photos are included in the entry fee.


Event Dates
2017
      8th Apr


Market Street
Singleton, NSW, 2330

Located 8.2K from Scotts Flat

The New Empire Ballroom Ragtime Dance Orchestra in the Chapel


An exciting concert of music from the Ragtime Era 1895 to 1923 - popular tunes and songs of the time! The 16-piece Orchestra are based on the NSW Central Coast, and play original charts sourced from various collectors in the USA and Australia, plus transcriptions of many of the great recordings of that era. Their goal is to present a genuine re-creation of the type of Orchestra that would have been heard in ballrooms, salons, dance halls and radio programs 100 years ago.

The concert in the stunning acoustics of the Chapel will feature the era 1895-1923. Music by Scott Joplin, John Phillip Sousa, WC Handy, Irving Berlin and Nick la Rocca.

The musicians all dress in authentic period costumes - young ladies and gentlemen in formal attire. The audience are encouraged (but not obliged!) to join in the fun and dress in costume of the era 1895-1923.

There will also be a separate workshop for musicians earlier in the day.


Event Dates
2017
      26th Mar


30 Queen Street
Singleton, NSW, 2330

Located 8.4K from Scotts Flat

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