SINGLETON VISITOR INFORMATION & ENTERPRISE CENTRE Townhead Park, New England Hwy, Singleton NSW 2330 Freecall 1800 449 888 T 02 6571 5888 E email@example.com F more information on where to set up camp or & what to see and do in the Singleton area, contact the Sin gleton Visitor Information & Please consider the environmen t by re-distribu ting or recycling. Enterp rise Centre on 1800 449 888. visitsingleton.com CAMPING IN SINGLETON Lake St Clair McNamara Park Carrowbrook Road, Singleton Wollombi Street, Broke This picturesque lake which nestles in the undulating hills The village of Broke is situated on the banks of the Wollombi of the Hunter Valley was formed behind the walls of Glennies Brook at the western end of the Brokenback Range and Creek Dam after its completion in 1983. nestled on the edge of the Yengo National Park. Lake St Clair provides Singleton with a water supply and areas For those with an adventurous spirit camping at McNamara for recreational activities such as water skiing, fishing and Park may be an option for your stay in Broke. Bush camping is boating. The park is ideal for picnicking and barbeques. permitted. Camping is only allowed for a maximum of 3 nights. The creek and dam are named after James Glennie, a former FACILITIES captain in the Royal Navy who was granted creek frontage land To ensure you are fully prepared for setting up camp near the Hunter River junction in 1824. The lake takes its name in McNamara Park please note: from historic St Clair homestead now inundated by the waters. Basic toilet facilities available FACILITIES Young ville Picnic Area Powered sites are not available 11 powered sites Mount Royal National Park No formal bathing facilities 135 hectares of vacant land for camping Mount Royal National Park conserves 3,340 hectares adjoining No fresh water supply Hot showers the south-western edge of Barrington Tops National Park. Camping is free of charge Toilets It was proclaimed in October 1996 to protect a unique Camping is at own risk Electric and wood fired BBQ’s wilderness that is home to many rare and threatened species Concrete Boat Ramp of fauna. With its cool temperature and high altitude weather TRAVEL DIRECTIONS patterns, it’s a tranquil and scenic area to enjoy. From Singleton, drive along John Street over the rail bridge Day visits and camping do incur charges, for more information and and onto the Putty Road. Turn left onto Broke Road. Follow bookings contact the Lake St Clair caretaker on 02 6577 3370. The Mount Royal Road to Youngville picnic area is a gravel Broke Road and you’ll see McNamara Park on your right road suitable for two wheel drive vehicles. This road links TRAVEL DIRECTIONS as you approach the village of Broke. up with the Upper Falbrook and Cassells Road. 0.5 km north of the Singleton Crossing Bridge turn right onto All roads into the park are unsealed and visitors are advised Campers using this information do so at their own risk. Bridgman Road and follow Bridgman and Carrowbrook Roads to check conditions following rain, which can make the Singleton Council will not accept liability for personal for 35 km. A turn off to the left 27 km will take you to the dam wall roads muddy and rough. Taking caravans into the park injury or damage to property. or proceed a further 8 km to reach Lake St Clair Recreation Park. is not possible. Camping is permitted next to the picnic area. FACILITIES BBQ Sheltered tables Toilets TRAVEL DIRECTIONS 0.5 km north of the Singleton Crossing Bridge turn right onto Bridgman Road and following Bridgman and Carrowbrook Roads for 50 km. Entrance into the park is via Mt Royal Road.
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