Dalwood in Singleton, New South Wales, has a variety of attractions and activities for travelers. It is known for its rich history and natural beauty. Visitors can explore the Australian Army Infantry Museum and the Singleton Historical Society & Museum Inc to learn about military history and local heritage. Wine enthusiasts can enjoy wine tasting and dining in the picturesque vineyards of the Hunter Valley, as Dalwood is the birthplace of wine growing in the region. The town also features the Singleton Sundial and the Singleton Visitor Information Centre, where tourists can gather information about wineries and plan their itinerary.
Outdoor enthusiasts can picnic along the Hunter River, visit Townhead Park, and experience the natural beauty of Lake St Clair. For those seeking adventure, skydiving is available. Dalwood also offers local markets like the Valley Markets, which provide fresh produce, specialty foods, and arts and crafts. Visitors can take a leisurely stroll through the Singleton Civic Centre and explore the surrounding countryside, which is home to diverse wildlife and offers horse riding experiences for all ages.
Dalwood provides access to the renowned Hunter Valley Wine Region, where tourists can indulge in boutique wine tasting experiences in Pokolbin and cheese tasting in the Hunter Valley.
Dalwood Estate (formerly Wyndham Estate) is Australia's oldest operating vineyard at 190 years old.