Overfriendly cockatoos, showy peacocks and a mob of native animals live here alongside a playground, barbecues and picnic shelters. There are lovely short walks to the neighbouring botanic gardens. Take Brisbane St …
Behind the iconic 12m-high golden guitar, this building is home to the Tamworth visitor centre, a cafe, and a gift shop peddling local tunes and souvenirs. There's also the cheesy Gallery of Stars Wax Museum (adult/…
Follow jacaranda-lined White St to the very top, where you'll reach this viewpoint. It's the best seat in the house as the sun goes down.
At the southern edge of town, NERAM has a sizeable permanent collection and good contemporary exhibitions. The Yellow Room Triptych by Margaret Olley is a highlight.
Down the road from the Regional Art Museum, this centre will broaden your perception of Indigenous art. There's a small sweet cafe here serving up some imaginative examples of bush tucker.
In purpose-built premises next to the library, the gallery has some interesting local bequeaths and more modern roving exhibitions.
This meseum is where you can view Captain Thunderbolt’s muzzle loader and revolver and learn about the evolution of the cricket bat.
The Land of the Beardies History House fills an old hospital to bursting with eclectic artefacts of old Glen Innes.
One of a handful of wineries in the district, Kurrajong has a restaurant and cellar door.