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Segenhoe: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Aberdeen Golf Club

Aberdeen Golf Course is a nine hole (18 tee) course set on the banks of the Hunter River in Aberdeen NSW.

The par 70 course provides a good challenge to all levels of golfer. Although some holes are quite short in distance, the challenge is provided by smaller than average greens which are long and narrow meaning supreme accuracy is required with approaches. The slicing golfer is slightly disadvantaged compared to straighter or hooking hitters as hazards or out-of-bounds fences line every fairway on the right hand side. A CCR of 66 is a reasonable assessment of the course but golfers new to the course do have trouble with the narrow greens on some holes especially the opening two holes.

No tee times are required. Just turn up on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday or Saturday and be greeted by friendly Aberdeen members who are glad to show you around.

Jefferson Park
Aberdeen, NSW, 2336

Located 4.6K from Segenhoe

Lake Glenbawn Recreation Area

Lake Glenbawn Holiday and Recreation Park is located in the Upper Hunter Region, just 15 minutes past Scone. This large spacious park offers a family holiday or a day trip with a difference. Set on the banks of Glenbawn Dam in a rural backdrop, the Park offers a wonderful diversity of bushland, wildlife and adventure.

Nature lovers and bushwalkers alike will enjoy the native bush setting, which provides a habitat for over 100 species of birds, so make sure you keep the binoculars handy! The Park also offers great facilities for a fun family day out or holiday destination such as, picnic areas, barbecues, playgrounds and tennis courts.

Lake Glenbawn is also one of the best freshwater fishing spots in NSW. Cast a line and you can catch our famous 'big bass', golden perch (yellow belly) and catfish. Water sports are popular, including canoeing, pleasure boating, sailing and wind surfing water skiing and wake boarding.

There is a range of accommodation options available from Cabins, Bungalows and Villas to waterfront camping sites. Lake Glenbawn is pet friendly, so even the family pet can enjoy outdoor camping and sitting in front of the campfire.

Glenbawn Road
Segenhoe, NSW, 2337

Located 6.8K from Segenhoe

Scone Civic Theatre

Ever wondered who designed Cinemas? Probably not, but the Scone Civic Theatre was designed by two of Australia's most important cinema architects, Crick and Furse. Despite their brilliance, most of their cinemas have been demolished, making this one in Scone all the more important. For a different movie experience watch the screening from the dress circle - another rare feature in cinemas today. The Civic screens the latest movies.

144 Kelly Street
Scone, NSW, 2337

Located 10.0K from Segenhoe

Scone Golf Club

Scone Golf Club is located in the Upper Hunter Valley of NSW, two hours drive north of Newcastle on the New England Highway, and three hours from Sydney.

The friendly club provides golf for members and visitors, and a multitude of attractions in the licensed premises. Sited at White Park and within the town limits, the club has views over the surrounding hills.

Scone Golf Club offers a bistro, auditorium, lounge, gaming and TAB areas, an outdoor children's secure area and outdoor deck. Families are welcome. The nine hole golf course is well maintained and provides a challenging game of golf for all standards. The club has strong links with other local sporting associations and with the Scone and District community.

Drop in for a game, a meal or refreshments soon, or contact the Manager for wedding or function arrangements.

Scone Golf,
Aberdeen Street
Scone, NSW, 2337

Located 10.6K from Segenhoe

Muswellbrook Heritage Walk

Muswellbrook Heritage Walk is approximately 4.5 kilometres long and may be commenced from M.M. Hyndes Bailey and Co Surveyors, 208 Bridge Street, or the Railway Station, Market Street.

You can start and stop at any point and pick up again at another time where you left off. Fine old buildings dating back to the mid-1800s, grand residences, community precincts - testimony to the good times and hard times; all of great importance to the development of Muswellbrook - roads, rail, bureaucracy, arts and culture, entertainment, business and community.

A copy of the Muswellbrook Heritage Town Walk can be downloaded from the web or a copy can be obtained from Muswellbrook Visitor Information Centre.

A map is available with each site shown on the map and numbered.

Muswellbrook Visitor Information Centre,
87 Hill Street
Muswellbrook, NSW, 2333

Located 15.0K from Segenhoe

Segenhoe: Events

Aberdeen Highland Games

The annual Aberdeen Highland Games take place on first weekend in July each year and are run in conjunction with the Scottish Australia Heritage Council's Heritage Week.

During the day a number of events take place together with stalls providing food and Scottish / Celtic displays all of which represent traditional Celtic culture and recreation. The games are a gathering of pipe bands, Clans, dancers, heavy event participants, state and interstate tug-of-war teams from Sydney and regional New South Wales to help celebrate the Scottish / Celtic history of the Upper Hunter. There are a number of novelty events for children.

Following the excitement of the Highland Games a traditional Scottish Ceilidh is held in the evening. The English Dictionary defines a ceilidh (pronounced kay-lee) as "an informal social gathering, with songs, story-telling, music and dancing". The Ceilidh is always a great night out where everyone is welcome.

Visit the web site for further details.

A traditional Kirkin of the tartan service is held on the Sunday morning.

Event Dates
      1st Jul

MacQueen Street,
Jefferson Park
Aberdeen, NSW, 2336

Located 4.5K from Segenhoe

Scone Literary Long Weekend

The Scone Literary Long Weekend aims to promote books and to nurture a love of literature, learning and writing.

What is the future of publishing? Will the printed word become obsolete? Will paper books become dusty items relegated to antique shops? Or will digital and paper books continue to co-exist?

They have taken 'Maintain the Page' as the motto in Scone, where they'll be reining in a superb collection of authors to discuss their latest books. Come up to Scone and immerse yourself in 'the word' - whether it be acoustic, printed or digitally enhanced.

Event Dates
      5th Nov
      6th Nov

63 Kingdon Street,
Scone Arts and Crafts Centre
Scone, NSW, 2337

Located 10.0K from Segenhoe

Scone and Upper Hunter Horse Festival

Scone is the Horse Capital of Australia and the Scone and Upper Hunter Horse Festival celebrates the place where horses reign and where each year many people from within the region and from far afield come to share the community's pride in the area and their equine industry.

They have some fabulous events in the programme and they aim to provide as many opportunities for the local community and valued visitors to celebrate the horse.

They hope you can join them for a very exciting and action packed festival.

Event Dates
      5th May
      6th May
      7th May
      8th May
      9th May
      10th May
      11th May
      12th May
      13th May
      14th May
      15th May

Various locations in Scone
Scone, NSW, 2337

Located 10.4K from Segenhoe

Emirates Park Scone Cup Carnival

The biggest country racing carnival in Australia boasts nearly AUD2 million in prize money over the two days with stand-alone metropolitan status.

Featuring the Dark Jewel Classic (Group Three), Emirates Park Scone Cup (L), four other listed races as well as the Inglis Three Year Old Guineas (RL).

The racing is extraordinary and the Fashions On The Field competition is very strong with fabulous prizes. It is the racing carnival with action for everyone. Terrific marquee packages are available so the day can be enjoyed in comfort and style. Make Scone your destination in May.

Event Dates
      12th May
      13th May

434 Bunnan Road
Scone, NSW, 2337

Located 13.7K from Segenhoe

Segenhoe: Travel Tips

Scone Visitor Information and Horse Centre

Scone - located two hours north of Newcastle; known as the Horse Capital of Australia, it is surrounded by magnificent world renowned thoroughbred horse studs. Scone has a great deal to offer its tourists, with its diverse and unusual attractions which cater to all interests. Brochures and further information can be obtained from the Scone Visitor Information and Horse Centre.

Call in to the centre for information on the local area from their friendly staff. Souvenirs, local produce and products and other merchandise are also available for purchase.

Kelly Street,
Corner of Susan Street
Scone, NSW, 2337

Located 10.3K from Segenhoe

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