Singleton Shire

New South Wales, Australia

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Location in NSW
Population: 23,822 (2009)[1]
Area: 4896 km² (1,890.4 sq mi)
Mayor: Sue Moore
Council Seat: Singleton (Queen Street)[2]
Region: Hunter
State District: Upper Hunter, Cessnock
Federal Division: Hunter
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LGAs around Singleton Shire:
Muswellbrook Upper Hunter Dungog
Muswellbrook Singleton Shire Maitland
Mid-Western Hawkesbury Cessnock

Singleton Shire is a local government area in New South Wales, Australia. It is on the New England Highway and CityRail's Hunter line.


According to the Australian Bureau Statistics [3] during 2003-04, there:

- were 8,754 wage and salary earners (ranked 71st in New South Wales and 193rd in Australia, 0.3% of New South Wales's 2,558,415 and 0.1% of Australia's 7,831,856)

- was a total income of $405,564,521 (around $406 million) (ranked 65th in New South Wales and 176th in Australia, 0.4% of New South Wales's $107,179,688,262 (around $107 billion) and 0.1% of Australia's $304,034,755,876 (around $304 billion))

- was an estimated average income per wage and salary earner of $46,329 (ranked 16th in New South Wales and 44th in Australia, 112% of New South Wales's $41,407 and 119% of Australia's $38,820)

- was an estimated median income per wage and salary earner of $38,327 (ranked 21st in New South Wales and 59th in Australia, 108% of New South Wales's $35,479 and 112% of Australia's $34,149).

Main towns/villages[]

The Shire includes Singleton, Broke, Bulga, Howes Valley, Putty, Warkworth, Jerrys Plains, Camberwell, Ravensworth, Mount Olive, Carrowbrook, Mirranie, Elderslie, Belford and Branxton.


Coordinates: 32°34′S 151°10′E / -32.567, 151.167

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