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Tamworth Regional Council

Tamworth Regional Council (TRC) was established on March 17, 2004 when an act of Parliament amalgamated the shires of Barraba, Manilla, Nundle and Parry with the City of Tamworth. Today, we are one of the biggest councils in inland NSW with a growing population of over 60,000 spread over an area three times as large as the Sydney Basin. Most of the region’s population lives within the city of Tamworth, with the balance residing in the townships of Manilla, Barraba, […]

Tamworth Regional Council (TRC) was established on March 17, 2004 when an act of Parliament
amalgamated the shires of Barraba, Manilla, Nundle and Parry with the City of Tamworth.
Today, we are one of the biggest councils in inland NSW with a growing population of over
60,000 spread over an area three times as large as the Sydney Basin.

Most of the region’s population lives within the city of Tamworth, with the balance residing in the
townships of Manilla, Barraba, Kootingal, Nundle, and the villages of Attunga, Bendemeer,
Dungowan, Duri, Moonbi, Somerton, Woolbrook and Woolomin, and various rural localities.
Tamworth is a major centre for a catchment area of some 200,000 people and is considered one of
most progressive and innovative region’s in NSW. The Region has a strong reputation for its
quality of life for its residents, supported environment for business and industry and economic
opportunities for investors.

Ideally situated on the main inland route between Victoria and Queensland for freight logistics,
there are three major airlines providing daily flights to Sydney and Brisbane, along with daily train
and bus services.

Offering a range of quality employment opportunities, Tamworth fosters entrepreneur growth,
research development and continuous learning throughout its industry sectors and community.
As an agricultural hub for Australia, a service centre for surrounding mining developments, a hub
for small business and strong growth in emerging sectors such as aviation and advanced
manufacturing, the Region is thriving.

An emerging creative industry is fostered through a range of events such as the internationally
recognised Tamworth Country Music Festival, art galleries, museums, Tamworth Regional
Conservatorium of Music and strong key industry sector growth.

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