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. 

How's the serenity?!

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Tour through the historical Calala Cottage.

Designed and built by Philip Gidley King in 1875 (Tamworth’s first Mayor 1876), the cottage is now a museum furnished with items mainly from the late Victorian period. Bequests from notable Tamworth families enhance the exhibits. These include collections of portraits, photographs, furnishings and clothing. The kitchen is a fully equipped late 1800s style kitchen, complete with bread oven, giving an insight into the pre-electric and gas period.

Pictured is the Slab Hut, also called the Shepherd's Hut was built in the 1840s. The property, owned by the A.A. Company was divided into 34 runs and a shepherd's hut was usually built on each run. This is one of those huts.
📍 Hanging Rock

The Tamworth region is full of beautiful contrasts.

Nundle and Hanging Rock are nestled in the hills to the south-east of Tamworth and with their high altitude you’ll experience a far different climate to the rest of the region.

Snow is common in the winter months and the summers are warm and comfortable.

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Rooftop drinks at the Tudor 🍹👌

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The wonderful Horton Falls on point!

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Tamworth is not just country music, there is so much more to discover across the region!

Check out our blog, which will get you started with 6 great experiences that have nothing to do with music. Including the Powerstation Museum (pictured).

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The divine Deco Wine Bar and Restaurant is the beautiful in-house restaurant at @ch_boutique_hotel_tamworth located in the beautify restored Peel Street heritage wing.

Enjoy Deco’s al-fresco dining area or relax in the beautiful bar area. Deco is the perfect place to enjoy a pre-meal beverage, as well as catch up with friends and colleagues.

They have an extensive wine list and specialty cocktails. Open 7 days, reserve your table now by calling 02 6766 7260!
Autumn dusk at Chaffey Dam 🔥

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