The Tamworth region is known for fresh produce and unique rural style antiques and crafts which can be found at one of the many markets held regularly across the region.
Whether you are looking for something unique or just somewhere to wander on a sunday morning with a coffee. The Tamworth region has you covered with a market to suit you.
2nd Saturday of the month, 8:30am – 12:30pm
Nandewar Historical Society Museum
71 Queen Street, Barraba
If wet weather – RSL Memorial Hall
Home-made and home-grown and farmers, trash and treasure. Live music, sausage sizzle and childrens face painting
4th Saturday of the month, 8:00am – 12:00pm
Corner of Calala Lane and Campbell Road, Calala
Great range of goods; including locally sourced fruit and vegetables, jams, honey, plants, handicraft and a few surprises, plus Rotary’s Famous sausage sizzle!
1st Saturday of each month, 9:00am – 2:00pm
Tamworth Regional Craft Centre
109 Peel Street, Tamworth
(Opposite Northgate Shopping Centre)
Beautiful handmade crafts and delicious food will be available for purchase.
Le Pruneau Organic Markets
Every Saturday, 8:00am – 12:00pm
83 Bridge Street, West Tamworth
Fresh, local organic produce
Tamworth Growers' Markets
Every Saturday, 8:00am – 12:30pm
The Village Green
Kable Avenue, Tamworth
Fresh and local seasonal produce and artisan markets
Tamworth Peel Street Markets
3rd Sunday of each month, 8:00am – 1:00pm
Peel Street, Tamworth
Over 90 stall holders; including woodwork, leather goods, soaps, jams, cakes, honey, plants, handicraft and a few surprises! Proudly co-ordinated by the Rotary Club of Calala.