Discover the Tamworth region

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Welcome to the Tamworth region, renowned for its laid-back lifestyle, incredible landscapes and generous hospitality.

You might know us as the Country Music Capital, home to Australia’s First City of Light, or the gateway to the New England. But that’s just the beginning…

It’s where rich heritage meets outdoor adventure, arts and culture complements luxury, and sport intersects action and fun.

It’s where the charm of villages like Barraba, Manilla and Nundle meets the bright lights of a regional city like Tamworth.

And it’s the destination for an experience that’ll stick with you long after you depart. So go on, what are you waiting for?

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Explore our Region

MONOPOLY Tamworth Edition

Tamworth has been immortalised with it’s very own official MONOPOLY board game and Top Trumps card game. Now on sale at the Tamworth Visitor Information Centre and online on the Entertainment Venues website.

MONOPOLY Tamworth Edition board game image of box and board

Some of Our Best Experiences

Tamworth Regional Playground

Tamworth Regional Playground

Tamworth Regional Playground

The seriously exciting and award-winning Tamworth Regional Playground regularly gets rave reviews from visiting families.
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Tamworth Visitor Information Centre at Big Golden Guitar

Big Golden Guitar

Big Golden Guitar

The Big Golden Guitar - at 12 metres tall and weighing half a tonne - is an Australian icon and synonymous with Tamworth.
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two people looking at artwork at Tamworth Regional Gallery

Tamworth Regional Gallery

Tamworth Regional Gallery

Tamworth Regional Gallery is the second oldest regional gallery in New South Wales and regularly hosts nationally significant exhibitions, showcases regional artists, and schedules workshops, artist talks, lecture, events and other public programs.
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Available now! Tamworth Monopoly!

Without doubt one of the best "pieces of Tamworth" that you can take home with you!

Head to the Visitor Information Centre, or online to Entertainment venues to get your hands on your very own limited edition game!

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In 1888, Tamworth became the first city in Australia to be lit by municipal electric street lighting.

The Tamworth Powerstation Museum celebrates this and is is Australia’s only dedicated electrical museum exploring the history of electrical innovation.

A must see while in Tamworth - find out more here:
Whether you are looking for casual drinks, great food done well or a place to celebrate with friends and family, The Pig and Tinder is a great spot to visit.

Occupying the iconic heritage-listed old bank building in the heart of town, The Pig bustles with life, character and atmosphere which solidifies the venue as unparalleled for dining, drinking and entertainment among locals and travellers alike.

Link in our bio to find out more!
Saddle up for Hats Off to Country 2022!

Thursday 7 July - Sunday 10 July

Experience live entertainment and music at the 22nd Hats Off to Country festival this winter. The much-loved Cowboy Crawl returns on Friday 8 July too!

Supported by 92.9fm and 2TM 

For a full program of ticketed and free shows, link in Bio.
🌑 Big Golden Guitar

Did you know the Big Golden Guitar was repainted in October 2021?

And it is visited by over 100,000 people per year! It's free to visit and is open 24/7 

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Looks like its going to be a cold old weekend coming up so here is here are five ways to keep the fun indoors in the Tamworh region! ❄️

Link in our bio!
Take a drive to Sawn Rocks which is located in Mount Kaputar National Park, just over an hour drive from #BarrabaNSW

The ‘organ pipe' formation happened when lava flowed and cooled in a certain way, leaving behind a striking reminder of Mount Kaputar's volcanic past 🌋 

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Winter in Hanging Rock ❄️

Today is the first official day of winter and hopefully we'll be getting a few snow days like this up at Hanging Rock again this year.

Note: this is image is not from this year.

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