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Rent a car in Singleton which is a nice city in the Hunter Valley, located in the New South Wales region of Australia. We compare deals from Budget, Hertz, and Thrifty to help you find the best deal. Fill in the search menu with your itinerary details and a comparison list of available hire cars will be generated for your reference.

Experience the reasons behind this development that are mostly the coal mining, vineyards, horse breeding, energy generation, and cattle production industries. As the employment possibilities were high, many people decided to move to Singleton. Nevertheless, Singleton is also a popular tourist attraction, due to its numerous leisure possibilities, historical sites, and impressive buildings.

Quick Facts on Hiring a Car in Singleton

Available car types​​​​​Economy, Compact, Intermediate, Standard, Fullsize, Premium, Wagon/Estate, Van, SUV
Rental depots​​4
Car rental suppliersBudget, Europcar, Hertz, Thrifty​​

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Best Time to Visit Singleton

Singleton, in NSW’s Hunter Valley, has hot summers and cooler winters. From December to February the temperature can reach the high 30s and this is also the wettest time of year. June to August bring milder temperatures and it is less busy after the harvest season.

Tips for Driving in Singleton

Singleton is just over two-hours from Sydney by car (or an hour from Newcastle) and an easy drive to take to explore the countryside. Speed limits are sign posted and the maximum limit is 110km/hr. Be sure to check what tolls you may need to pay and the traffic conditions before leaving.

Hop in your car hire and visit some of the top attractions in Singleton

Wollemi National Park is one of the most impressive parks in the region, and it is the second largest as well. Here you will see the unique Wollemi Pine species, which was thought to have disappeared, but was later discovered on this land. The impressive sights and the diversity of wildlife you will witness here will leave you with an unforgettable memory.

Yengo National Park is another protected area of the region. The park is younger than the previously-mentioned one, but it is home to a wide range of animals as well. If you visit this park in a hire car, you will enjoy a wonderful day in the core of the nature.

The Sundial was housed by Singleton is in fact one of the largest sundials in the world. It was presented in 1988, and since then it has been considered a true landmark of Singleton.

The Heritage Walk is the place where you will be able to admire buildings from all the architectural periods of Australia. Among the most impressive ones, we can recall Townhead, Greenwood and Abbey Green.

All Saints Anglican Church is only one of the many impressive churches you will find in Singleton in a hire car. The Victorian Gothic architectural style in which the church was designed will definitely impress you. A particularly interesting fact about the church is that it was built in 1845, then demolished in 1910 and then rebuilt in 1913.