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Singleton Arts + Cultural Centre

Singleton Arts + Cultural Centre is located in Singleton’s Townhead Park precinct, with the Singleton Visitor Information Centre, ParkView Café and a great kids’ playground, complete with bike track.

This convenient location for arts, culture, recreation and leisure is just off the Hunter Expressway and New England Highway and is a must-stop hub for visitors and the Singleton community.

Situated in the beautiful Hunter Region, Singleton is an approximate one-hour drive from Newcastle and can also be visited by train.


  • General admission to the Singleton Arts + Cultural Centre is free to the public
  • Children under the age of 14 must be accompanied by an adult while viewing artwork or participating in workshops 
  • Photography (no flash) is permitted for personal use, unless otherwise stated
  • Food and drink are not permitted in the exhibition spaces
  • Visitors are advised not to touch the artwork and to comply with any safety notices


Travelling by Car

The trip to Singleton by car takes approximately 1 hr 5 min (76.2 km) from Newcastle via the Hunter Expressway M15.  From Sydney, Singleton is a 2 hr 23 min (201.0 km) drive via the scenic M1 Pacific Motorway.


Free public parking is available in the Townhead park precinct, where the Singleton Arts + Cultural Centre is situated.

Travelling by Train

A direct train service runs daily between Newcastle Interchange and Singleton Station. The journey generally takes approximately 1h 4m and Singleton Arts + Cultural Centre is a 22-minute walk from the station, via Barton Avenue. Current train timetable information can be found through the Transport for NSW website.

Singleton Arts and Cultural Centre is part of Singleton Council, and is supported with funding from the NSW Government.

We acknowledge the Wanaruah, Wonnarua People as the traditional owners and custodians of the land within the Singleton local government area. Council pays respect to all Aboriginal Elders, past, present and future with a spiritual connection to these lands.

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