Horse Capital of Australia
Nestled in the rolling hills of the Hunter Valley, where the scent of eucalyptus dances on the breeze and the call of the kookaburra echoes through the gum trees, lies the charming town of Scone. Here, history meets modernity as we celebrate our agricultural roots while embracing progress, offering visitors and locals alike a warm welcome and a world of experiences. From the bustle of our vibrant markets to the tranquil beauty of the Burning Mountain Nature Reserve, Scone is a place where you can breathe in the spirit of Australia and discover the true heart of our land. So come and stay a while, let the warmth of our community and the beauty of our natural surroundings fill your soul, and experience the unique magic of Scone, New South Wales.
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Scone is a town located in the Upper Hunter Region of New South Wales, Australia.
The town has a population of around 5,600 and is situated on the New England Highway, approximately 270 km north of Sydney.
Scone is well-known for its horse breeding and racing industry, with many of Australia's most famous racehorses being bred in the area. The town hosts the annual Scone Horse Festival, which is a popular event for locals and visitors alike.
In addition to its equestrian heritage, Scone is also surrounded by beautiful countryside and is a popular destination for outdoor enthusiasts. The town is located close to Lake Glenbawn, which offers boating, fishing, and camping opportunities, while the nearby Barrington Tops National Park provides ample opportunities for hiking, camping and wildlife spotting.
The town itself has a range of shops, cafes, and restaurants, as well as a number of historic buildings and landmarks, including the Scone Memorial Gates and the St Luke's Anglican Church. The town is also home to the Scone Regional Airport, which provides regular flights to and from Sydney.
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