Charbonnier Hallmark

Address: 44 Maitland Road, Singleton, New South Wales, 2330, Australia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 44 Maitland Road, Singleton, is near Hunter Valley.
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      Travel Blogs from Singleton

      Devils Marbles (Karlu Karlu)

      A travel blog entry by kellysx5 on Aug 21, 2014

      We got there and I had a sleep. The next day we walked around the Devils Marbles. We could not find out why it's called the Devils Marbles they were beautiful! The Devils Marbles looked like big marbles! My mum and dad found a love heart rock. Devils Marbles is really good it should be seen by ...

      Day 9 Devils Marbles 0 kms

      A travel blog entry by geoffh on Jul 07, 2014

      12 photos

      ... nice and peaceful until the kids started arriving after lunch as it is still school holidays. Sat in the sun and read for most of the afternoon then prepared Apricot Chicken in the Camp Oven for dinner. Very full here tonight and after dinner we went to a talk by the Ranger on fire control and use within the National Parks of the Region. It was a different Ranger to last year but basically the same ...

      Old Police Station ruins

      A travel blog entry by suzeey on May 20, 2014

      4 photos

      ... in the area, the resident constable closed the station in 1921, leaving it to the elements. We had a quiet afternoon with a dip in the waterhole to clean and cool off as it was 30 degrees with a warm wind blowing. We had a perfect spot for bird-watching, spotting a collared sparrowhawk, sacred kingfisher, pied butcherbird, grey-crowned babblers, white-plumed honeyeaters, little corellas, crows and willy wagtails, to name a ...

      Barrow Creek to Tennant Creek, to Daly Waters

      A travel blog entry by gazkaf on Mar 29, 2014

      34 photos

      ... centre, yet hardly anybody in town, apart from the indigenous. The park was huge and we had the pool to ourselves. There certainly are good reasons to travel in the off season. We slept well, had a coffee in town and headed north to Mary Anne Dam. A man made lake to contain water and a recreational facility for the town. It is quite a shock to see such a beautiful water setting in this harsh environment. Then onto three ways... The three ways serves over 10 ...

      Mendoza's Aussie cousin

      A travel blog entry by garrykctravels on Nov 19, 2013

      3 photos

      ... what better way to decide than to try them again! I settled on my favourite, which was actually the cheaper of the two! I always thought I had expensive taste! After picking up the wines we set off on our way to experience the delights that Sydney had in store! One of my first things that I added to our list of things to do and see when researching Australia had been to tour the Hunter Valley and it had not disappointed! The only disappointment was that we could not bring back more! G x x x ...