Singleton (map) is the centre of the Hunter Valley, located 200kms North-West of Sydney and 80kms from Newcastle on the New England Highway. Singleton has a population of over 23,000 people, with an average growth rate of 1.5%. Singleton’s Local Government Area services 4,893km2, and is a mix of heritage, country charm and modern sophistication.

Unwind and relax as you discover and explore the many wonders on offer in Singleton. Visit a host of boutique wineries and fine dining restaurants, unearth the adventure filled National Parks and take a step back in history when you visit one of our museums or historical villages. Enjoy wonderful local events and farmer’s markets, take your photo next to the Singleton Sundial, experience the beautiful Lake St Clair or discover our entertaining main street. Make sure you unearth all of Singleton’s treasures!

The healthy local economy of Singleton is supported by its diverse industrial base, young skilled labour force and industry access to vital infrastructure. Business and industry are attracted to Singleton due to the location – affordable industrial, commercial and residential land, and a local government supportive of business and industrial development. Singleton boasts a vibrant retail precinct, a diverse mining and industrial base, rich farming land, an ideal tourism destination and proud country community spirit. Singleton is also home to Lone Pine Barracks and the School of Infantry.

This economic profile contains economic and demographic information for Singleton. For more information, please contact the Singleton Council.