Charbonnier Hallmark

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

    Day 9 Devils Marbles 0 kms

    A travel blog entry by geoffh on Jul 07, 2014

    12 photos

    Got up early for the toilet and decided to stay up and watch the sunrise. There were probably thousands of photos taken here this morning as everyone seemed to be out with their cameras. Used our shower tent then after breakfast walked through the rocks to the day area and all around. Climbed to the top of one lot of rocks which overlook the campground with Maz. Only 2 others stayed for another day and ...

    Old Police Station ruins

    A travel blog entry by suzeey on May 20, 2014

    4 photos

    ... over the rocks until a footpad is found, which snakes it's way through the spinifex and rocks until the ruins are reached. The police station was initially established in 1918 because of prior hostilities between the pastoralists and the natives in the 1890s, a police presence was felt to be required due to the nearby Hatches Creek gold mine. However by the end of WW1 the mine had petered out, and there being few ...

    Barrow Creek to Tennant Creek, to Daly Waters

    A travel blog entry by gazkaf on Mar 29, 2014

    34 photos

    ... We headed for Wycliffe Well, the UFO capital of Australia. Wycliffe claims the most UFO sighting in Australia, followed by Darwin. Unfortunately we did not see any at all. What we did see turned out to be Air Force jets, practising. After Wycliffe we stopped at the Devils Marbles. What s sight they are. You are almost too hesitant to get close to the , as they sit so tenuously on top of each other. It is amazing what weather and time can do. Tenant Creek. Well an enigma. ...

    Henbury Craters to Alice Springs to Barrow Creek

    A travel blog entry by gazkaf on Mar 29, 2014

    21 photos

    ... them crashed right in the middle of a creek and has now become a soak, where the animals come to get water. It would have been a significant event in your life if you had witnessed that. We left the craters and headed back out to the Ernest Giles Road, (track, rock dump, vehicle deterrent structure, anything but a road.). We got to a sealed road again and got out and kissed the Tarmac. I kid you not.... On the way to Alice Springs we stopped at Stuart Well, a roadhouse run by a ...

    Going for Broke

    A travel blog entry by highams on Aug 25, 2013

    2 comments, 7 photos

    ... to pitch the tent was interesting. It's always a bonus if you can get a picnic table to use for cooking etc. Well I spotted the perfect spot with a covered picnic shelter and happily rode over to it to make it mine. I got there and the smile disappeared pretty quickly and I could see why it was vacant. Nailed to the tree next to the table were three or four wreaths! Who knew what happened here but pitching the tent in this spot wasn't about ...