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Ray Walsh House, 437 Peel Steet Tamworth New South Wales 2340
Tamworth Regional Council
Tamworth Regional Council is one of the biggest councils in inland NSW, with a population of over 58,000 and a prosperous economy based on building, retail, industry, hospitality and agriculture. The council area includes more than 1,200 kilometres of sealed regional and local roads; 250 separate parks or pieces of bushland; six libraries; six museums; and six swimming pools.
Working with a regional community that is progressive, innovative and creative, Tamworth Regional Council’s strategies and services are designed to deliver its vision of Tamworth as rural Australia’s most inviting region for residents, investors, workers and visitors.
Tamworth Regional Council operates a number of enterprises and venues, and is the winner of the 2009 A R Bluett Award for excellence in local government.
Tamworth Regional Council (TRC) was established in March 2004, amalgamating the northern NSW shires of Barraba, Manilla, Nundle and Parry and the city of Tamworth. It is one of the biggest councils in inland NSW, with a population of over 58,000 spread over an area three times as large as the Sydney basin. Tamworth is the regional hub, home to more than 50,000 people. Other population centres include the towns of Manilla, Barraba, Nundle and Kootingal, as well as another 17 hamlets and villages. Tamworth was the first city in the southern hemisphere to introduce electric street lighting, in 1888, and it remains one of NSW’s most vibrant regions, with a flourishing modern economy and a strong sense of community. TRC is the winner of the 2009 A R Bluett Award for excellence in local government and the 2009 state and national Tidy Town awards.