Travel Information

Renowned for its laid-back lifestyle and generous hospitality…

…the Tamworth region is a treasure trove of experiences spread across a whopping 9,893km², including Tamworth, Barraba, Manilla and Nundle.

It’s also the perfect spot to base yourself while you explore a bit further afield; whether that’s the New England (Uralla, Armidale, Guyra, Walcha), the North West (Gunnedah and Narrabri), the Liverpool Plains (Quirindi, Willow Tree) or the Upper Hunter (Murrurundi, Merriwa and Scone).

You’re welcome anytime to explore this unique corner of New South Wales. 

Soak up the spring and summer vibes with good food, great company and a drink in hand! 🍻

The Tamworth region is home to some great bars, pubs and clubs with unique beer gardens and outdoor areas.

Head to the link in our bio to find out a few of our favourites!
Saddle up for horse riding adventures in Tamworth 🐎⛰️

Horseback is one of the best ways to experience the Tamworth region and you don't need to be an experienced rider.

Find more experiences in the Tamworth region on the new Destination Tamworth website, link in BIO.
Jacaranda season in the Tamworth region 💜
The award-winning Nundle Woollen Mill is a must-see attraction when visiting the Tamworth region.

Almost 25,000 people visit each year to witness the mill’s antique machinery and boutique shop.

Find out more at the new Destination Tamworth website, link in BIO.
Rooftop bar at the Tudor Hotel Tamworth is a must visit this summer!

One of the best viewpoints of the Tamworth CBD and look at those sunsets!
Tamworth on dusk 🙌🏻

📷: @careymillie
Have you seen the shiny newly painted Big Golden Guitar yet!?

Regional NSW travel is back on so plan your trip to the Tamworth region to see the Big Golden Guitar and all that the region has to offer!

Plan your trip to the Tamworth region on the all new Destination Tamworth website, link in BIO.
Sometimes it’s worth waking up early 🙌🏻🌴

📍 Peel Street, Tamworth
📷 @minmcd