Tamworth Area Attractions

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  1. Uralla Heritage Walk

    The Uralla Heritage Walk is a self guided walking tour which showcases over fifty heritage buildings and historical features within the township. Highlights of the walk include McCrossin's Mill, a three storey brick...

  2. Poets Drive

    Inspired by the Gunnedah's iconic landmarks and local heroes - travel the Poets Drive and explore the essence of bush life and the challenges and adventures of rural Australia.Spot the 17 poems...

  3. Lions Park

    Lions Park is located in Anzac Parade across from the Gunnedah Memorial Swimming Pool and the Dorothea Mackellar Statue. This park features a sheltered seating area, an enclosed playground, toilet facilities, barbecue...

  4. Ron Pople Park

    Ron Pople Park has two entry ways - one via Linden Place and the other via Hinton Drive. This park is away from the hustle and bustle of the main street and offers a quiet area for you or your children to play and...

  5. Creative Arts Centre

    The Creative Arts Centre and Gallery was Gunnedah's Bicentennial project in 1988.The centre is home to Jean Insherwood's 'My Country' collection. This permanent water colour exhibition depicts the...

  6. Rotary Park

    The Rotary Park is also known as "The Rocket Park" by locals, due to the large rocket built on the grounds. This park is located on the corner of Ashford Street and Gallen Avenue and includes a playground, sheltered...

  7. McAndrew Park

    McAndrew Park is along Wandobah Road and is one of the biggest parks in the Shire. It is situated along the walking track which starts at the Gunnedah Skate Park and finishes at the Gunnedah Rugby Club...

  8. Breaker Morant Drive

    This drive starts at the gate entry of Kitchener Park and goes 500 metres around the park. There is a plaque that tells the whole story.Harry Harbord Morant was born at Bideford, Devon, England in...

  9. Hands of Fame Park

    The Country Music Hands of Fame Cornerstone was established in 1977 as a tribute to icons of Australian country music. Each year the hands of inductees are imprinted during the Tamworth Country...

  10. Bindea Walking Track

    To get an even better view of Gunnedah and the Namoi and Mooki River valleys, follow the trails along the Bindea Walking Track. The Track has two walks that vary in length. The Tower Walk will take...

  11. Gunnedah Cultural Precinct

    The Cultural Precinct is a building complex which incorporates the heritage listed Town Hall, The Civic cinema/theatre, Smithurst Theatre, Creative Arts Gallery, the Meeting Room, and the Studio Room. The Foyer is an...

  12. Athol Gallen Park

    Athol Gallen Park is situated off Walter Rodd Street in Gunnedah, and is part of five acres of land that was donated by Athol Gallen to Gunnedah in 1970.Athol Gallen Park includes playground...

  13. John Dodd Park

    John Dodd Park can be found in the newly built estate of Tallowood Drive, and is one of the newest parks in town. This park has a pirate-ship theme and is fun for all ages.This park features a...

  14. Gunnedah Golf Club

    The 'A Grade', 18 hole course situated right in the middle of Gunnedah's magnificent residential area, offers bent greens, full time professional, with all equipment hire. The Gunnedah Golf Club can also...

  15. Tamworth Regional Playground

    Children of all ages will find endless enjoyment at the Tamworth Regional Playground. It has a skywalk, three giant slides, four towers, a bike track, junior and senior fitness circuits, a dual flying fox...

  16. Nundle Woollen Mill

    Nundle Woollen Mill is one of the last spinning mills still operating in Australia. The Nundle Mill team use traditional spinning machinery, several pieces nearly 100 years old, to transform raw wool into famous...

  17. Freedom Flights

    Experience flight like never before around the Tamworth district, as you soar with the birds in one of the world's most manoeuvrable aircraft. These ingeniously designed aeroplanes are manufactured...

  18. Nowendoc National Park

    Offering picnics, bushwalking, birdwatching and bush camping in the NSW Northern Tablelands, beautiful Nowendoc National Park sits off Thunderbolts way, near Walcha.Beautiful Nowendoc National Park sits in rugged...

  19. Kitchener Park

    Kitchener Park is located in Conadilly Street and features a playground, sporting oval and grandstands, canteen (which is available through hire), and lots of shade. Sporting events are regularly...

  20. Pensioners Hill Lookout

    Stroll to the top of Pensioners Hill for sprawling views of the Gunnedah township. Pensioners Hill was once a shanty town during the great depression. View rock sculptures depicting people and characters of...

  21. Horton Falls and Walks

    The Horton Falls are quite spectacular during wet periods but can dry up over extended dry times. The falls can be viewed from two vantage points and picnic shelters have been erected in the area. Several marked...

  22. Split Rock Dam

    Split Rock Dam is a wonderful destination for camping, fishing and water sports. There are picnic areas, wood barbecues, boat ramps and other amenities. Anglers report good catches of Murray cod, golden perch and...

  23. Mount Mutton Walking Trail

    Mount Mutton Walking Trail starts at the award winning Alma Park, in Queen Street Uralla. It crosses Thunderbolt's Way and ascends into bushland winding around Mount Mutton. There are glimpses of the town centre...

  24. McCrossin's Mill Museum

    Built in 1870, McCrossin's Mill is a lovingly restored three storey flour mill which now houses a multi-award winning museum, gallery and function centre. Many locals once believed the "Old Mill" to be haunted. Now it...

  25. Lake Keepit Water Park

    Lake Keepit Water Park is located in the Lake Keepit Inland Waters Holiday Park, which is situated off the Oxley Highway about 30 kilometres out of Gunnedah on the Tamworth Road.This park features...

  26. Miners Memorial Statue

    Coal has been mined in the Gunnedah Coal Basin for over 130 years, first for local use then later for export. Some mines closed during the economic downturn of the 1980s, but several mines still operate in the Shire...

  27. Nundle Fossicking

    60 kilometers from Tamworth's Central Business District, is the quaint and thriving little village of Nundle. This pretty town is surrounded by undulating hills and streets lined with trees. Many...

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