Tamworth Municipality

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  • Day4


    January 24 in Australia ⋅ ☁️ 24 °C

    Lazy day today, went into town to watch buskers, a lot busier today great atmosphere, we decided ppl have come in for a long weekend. Had a nice brekky then walked around. 8 Ball Aitken was on at the Tudor so watched him. Back to motel had rest then off to see Beccy Cole at Wests, haven't laughed so hard in so long, she is hilarious 🤣 as well as a great singer. Watched Federer game what a win against Millman. Home by 2 was a 1oclock lock out so couldn't go anywhere else.Read more

  • Day2


    January 22 in Australia ⋅ ☀️ 22 °C

    Staying at the Best Western with Mary and Kylie room 1. Kelly and belle are in room 5. Off early to see Jug Band, Chicken train Skufflers and Crawfish Stew. Fun night last bus home 12.00 then sat up and ate cheese and crackers until the wee hours. This is Tamworth. No time to stop.Read more

  • Day22


    September 30 in Australia ⋅ ☁️ 15 °C

    Recommended from Robin's friend Rowan, who is from the area, to go to the little town of Nundle. Unfortunately, once again the weather was not on our side, so we decided to spend the afternoon at the pub Rowan suggested: The Peel Inn. Which is a lovely small establishement with a beautiful beer garden with overhanging vines.

    After one or 2 well deserved pints, we asked the barmaid where some free camping spots were, she recommended Sheba Dam campground. She also mentioned they had just filled the damn with new trout, so we knew that was our next stop. We got there at dark, robin cooked a lovely Mac and cheese dish which a fellow traveller had donated, and went straight to be ready to catch a trout in the morning.

    We awoke early with a heavy fog setting across the region. could not see 20 meters in front of us. With consistent showers we could only manage to brave the rain for 2 hours.. again having empty buckets with not even a bite!! As we walked back to our camp heavy headed we got talking to a nice group of fossickers (hobby of finding precious stones by sifting through soil near river banks or a water source. They loved showing off their precious stone stash.

    We said our goodbyes and tried heading toward the hanging rock lookout where they had collected some crystals and saffires but the fog was so heavy that we gave up and headed towards our next destination: the coast!
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  • Day33

    Lake keepit ...... EMPTY

    December 15, 2018 in Australia ⋅ 🌬 28 °C

    A few pics of lake keepit , totally empty. All you can see is bare trees which usually are under water . A few on the farm , the river is bone dry. In need of rain so bad here .

  • Day35

    Hunter Valley und Tamworth

    February 12, 2019 in Australia ⋅ 🌬 34 °C

    Von Sydney über das Hunter Valley nach Tamworth
    Im Hunter Valley durften wir Weine verkosten, danach gings weiter nach Tamworth, eine lustige Country Stadt in Australien, wo wir Lawn Ball (Mischung aus Boccia und Kegeln), eine typische Aussie Freizeitbeschäftigung, spielten. Abends hatten wir einen gemütlichen Abend im Gastgarten 😊. Ganz schön warm hier (36 Grad). 😜Read more

  • Day1

    Murrurundi and Tamworth

    July 4 in Australia ⋅ ⛅ 9 °C

    First stop - Murrurundi for coffee and cake. Been here many times and always stop as it's a lovely little town with lots of galleries, old fashioned shops and cafes.
    David Darcy has his studio in Murrurundi and he just won the 2020 People's Choice Award for the National Portrait Gallery's inaugural Darling Portrait Prize for his painting of 86-year-old farmer and environmentalist Wendy Bowman.
    Tamworth is a large regional township that hosts the Country Music Festival each January.
    Tamworth also has The Big Golden Guitar statue and a collection of guitars from famous country singers who have performed at the festival - including John Williamson, Keith Urban and of course Slim Dusty! There is the Powerhouse Motorcycle Museum, the Hall of Fame Museum and lots of art galleries. Lots of lovely cafes and shops and great nature walks. Ruby's Cafe is well worth visiting for the food and the quaint building and old wares furnishings. Hanging Rock famous for it's picnic is close by. #wiltshiresgowalkabout
    #tamworth #goldenguitar #countryroadtrip #ruby'scafe #countrymusic
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