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Singleton Wine District - Wine, Wineries, Districts, Vineyards, Winery Tour Maps, Cellar Doors - Singleton, Hunterview - Lower Hunter Valley Wine Region, NSW

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climate The Singleton Wine District is part of the Lower Hunter Valley Wine Region, based on the area surrounding the charming rural service town and tourist destination of Singleton, which lies in the heart of the major winery area about 200 km north of Sydney. Singleton is very popular with tourists because of its delightful mix of friendly country hospitality, National Parks and Nature Reserves offering bushwalking and 4WD adventures and the superb food and wine available in the district. There are fabulous facilities supporting a wide range of activities such as fishing, local Aboriginal rock art, cafes, restaurants, wonderful cellar doors and food produce trails and the wonderful bed and breakfasts in the area that are just ideal for a weekend away. Some of the local attrctions, events and activities include: # The local Heritage Walk # The Royal Australian Infantry Corps Museum # Camping, boating, canoeing kayaking, sailing and fishing at the beautiful Lake St Clair # Winery tours in the Pokolbin, Broke Hermitage, Lovedale and Wollomi Regions and in the Upper Hunter. # Bushwalking and camping in Mt Royal, Yengo and Wollemi national parks and local Nature Reserves # The Countryfest in March. # `A Little Bit of Italy` Festival held in Broke in April.# Broke Village Fair and Vintage Car Display # Spirit of the Vines, in October. # Singleton Farmers and General Markets # Singleton Historical Museum.

The Lower Hunter Wine Region is home to 7 districts: Newcastle ; Dungog ; Maitland ; Kurri Kurri ; Cessnock ; Singleton ; Putty Road.
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