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Attractions & Activities

There's always something to see and do here in Tamworth so get amongst it! From the famous big golden guitar and Tamworth Music festival to the Oxley scenic lookout and Marsupial park, there's plenty of activites to keep the family happy. Why not check out the old power station museum, the powerhouse motorcycle museum, or view the artworks at our regional gallery.

Tamworth Marsupial Park

Tamworth Marsupial Park

The Marsupial Park is a native animal experience unlike any other in NSW, the 14-hectare park has free entry. Children can get close to kangaroos, wallabies, cockatoos and emus, spot the species in the free-flight aviary and hand feed the Indian peacocks.

Oxley Scenic Lookout

Oxley Scenic Lookout

Located in Tamworth, 2 km from the CBD, at top of White Street, Oxley Scenic Lookout has views of the city of Tamworth and Peel River Valley. It has toilet and picnic facilities and is accessible from 7:00am to 10:00pm daily.

Powerstation Museum

Power Station Museum

Established in 1988, it is located on the site where the 1888 steam engines powered the street lighting system, and the 1907 Power Station / Municipal Electric Showroom building has been refurbished to display a range of unique exhibits.

The Big Golden Guitar

The Big Golden Guitar & Visitors Centre

The Big Golden Guitar is one of the many "big" attractions that can be found around Australia. Located in Tamworth, New South Wales, the monument is one of the best-known points of interest in New England, New South Wales. It is also a major attraction during the Tamworth Country Music Festival.

Powerhouse Motorcycle Museum

Powerhouse Motorcycle Museum

The Powerhouse Motorcycle Museum in Tamworth, NSW is a must see for any bike enthusiast. The museum houses a private collection of over 50 motorcycles in pristine working order.

Tamworth Regional Gallery

Tamworth Regional Gallery

Tamworth Regional Gallery first opened on 1 June 1919 as the Tamworth Art Salon and Art Library. The gallery was established from a gift of 100 artworks and art reference books by artist and collector John Salvana. The first gallery was housed in the Tamworth Municipal Council Chambers, which is now the Community Centre in Darling Street.

Redhill Tamworth Motor Inn

Get in Touch
236 Goonoo Goonoo Road,
South Tamworth NSW 2340
(02) 6765 7022
stay@redhilltamworth.com.au
Reception Hours
Mon - Fri: 7am - 5pm
Sat - Sun: 8am - 5pm
Late check-ins can be arranged by calling or emailing the office.
Check In/ Checkout
Check In - After 2pm
Check Out - By 10am
Late check-outs - must be arranged with hosts upon checking-in *Fees may apply.
Smoking Policy
No Smoking in Rooms.
Smoking areas are provided within the Motel premises.
Restaurant Hours
Breakfast: TBC
(7 days per week)
Dinner: 6pm - 8pm
(Tuesday - Friday)
Pet Policy
Sorry pets are not allowed.

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