Centrally Located within easy reach to all that Tamworth and the Region has to offer. Tamworth Quality House is your perfect short or extended stay location We offer a clean, comfortable and centrally located home away from home for up to 6 guests.
Free Continental Breakfast Included
Within 500m Radius of our property you will find
- Coles Supermarket, Bottle Shop & Chemist
- Tamworth Golf Club
- Wests Leauges Club
- Scully Park Football Stadium
- Tamworth Bowling Club
- Public Swimming Pool
Our 2 Bedroom home has leather lounges 42’ LCD TV in the living areas, separate toilet & bathroom with laundry area. Fully fenced back yard,bbq and undercover off street parking.
In the main bedroom there is a queen bed sleeping 2 adults in comfort with luxury sheridan linen, electric blanket and select from our pillow menu to help you rest peacefully.
The second bedroom consists of a Queen Bed & bunk beds that sleep 4 in total comfort also with luxury sheridan linen, electric blanket and our pillow menu.
Why you would choose this property
- Quality Furnishings
- Free Wifi
- Self contained kitchen with up to date electrical items
- laundry with modern washing machine dryer and ironing facilities.
- Separate toilet.
- Living areas with leather sofas
- House has heating and cooling.
- Magazines, books, board games,dvd's
- Bedding, linen, laundry, and basic kitchen necessities supplied.
- Off street undercover parking.
- Outdoor pets welcomed in secure backyard
If your destination is Tamworth for Business, Leisure, Sports, Country Music we invite you to make this your home. We’d love for you to enjoy our comfortable, clean and well appointed home and look forward to having you stayz.
Emerging Food destination
The Tamworth region, with its abundance of rich soils, pristine waterways and varied geography, is quickly emerging as an outstanding food-and-wine destination for visitors from NSW and beyond.
Already regarded as the nation’s Country Music Capital, Tamworth offers country music and so much more.
Tamworth is home to a diversity of cuisines ranging from fresh organic produce found at the quintessentially French Le Pruneau market and restaurant to the tender water buffalo steaks produced at the Kitty Crawford Estate. Pure Australian Bush Honey is farmed in the nearby Nemingha Hills, and the region is home to a number of boutique vineyards establishing a firm footing on the cool-climate stage.
Taste Tamworth Festival
The annual Taste Tamworth Festival has become an important date on the Australian culinary calendar. For ten days, Tamworth and surrounding regions showcase the best in local food and produce around April/May.
The event includes an array of attractions, including the city’s annual ‘pop-up bar’ – where a character-filled laneway is transformed into a funky vintage bar. The Long Lunch is a unique fine-dining experience with local chefs combining their skills to create a five-course menu using the best in fresh local produce.
Visitors and locals converge upon the city’s Bicentennial Park for the annual Taste in the Park – a day of local produce, tasting plates, live music and children’s activities.
Around the region the Farm Gate Trail is open all year round with special tasting sessions, market days, honey production tours and live music.
Whether it’s the annual Taste Festival or a seasonal visit – there are always fresh country experiences to taste, drink and enjoy in Tamworth.
Dining in the Tamworth Region
Spoil your senses with the flavours from the region, indulge in a dish prepared by award winning chefs or try the cheap and cheerful... whatever you choose, you'll be impressed and delirious with satisfaction.
The hospitality industry is one of the most thriving sectors within the region, therefore the menu of options for you to dine at is comprehensive and all rewarding.
From Michelin Star Chefs to Culinary Olympians, National Award Winners and Authentic International experts, the reputation for fine foods and quality meals garnered by the region can only be tasted for yourself.
The extensive range of dining options will allow you to select from fine dining, steakhouses, pub grub, Italian, Chinese, Mexican, french, traditional Australian, Indian as well as the major fast food outlets and local operators.
PEEL ST TAMWORTH, NSW, AUSTRALIA
Tamworth Peel Street Markets have a great variety of over 50 stallholders who regularly attend the monthly market.
wood work, wood turning
candles, soaps, lavender products
cakes, biscuits, slices, chocolates
jams, pickles, preserves
jewellery, crystals, paintings
folkart, pottery, leather work
babywear, kids toys
seedlings/plants garden ornaments lead lighting
hand made cards,home decor, ornaments
hand made dog treats
So is this the best family market experience in the region? Why not judge for yourself?
Look forward to a relaxing Sunday morning and come to the Tamworth Peel Street Market with its great mix of stalls.
The Calala Rotary - Rotary Club of Tamworth on Peel recently took over the running of the markets from the Tamworth Business Chamber with an objective of distributing all profits from the coordination of the markets to local community organisations.
Our market experience will provide you with a chance to browse; to taste; to chat; to eat and to enjoy. With further developments underway we are keen to ensure that the market is a real asset to our community and would love to hear from new exhibitors and farmers looking for a regular spot to supply some of our community’s finest produce.
We would also love to hear suggestions from the community. For more information on how to exhibit at the market or to just drop Markets Co-ordinator at Calala Rotary on or
Outdoors, Adventure, Sports
Have fun, relax, enjoy skiing on Keepit Dam, near Tamworth
With its pristine waterways, National Parks, spectacular dams and experienced adventure operators, the Tamworth region offers a taste of country with as little or as much adventure as you choose.
Within an hour-and-a-half of Tamworth’s CBD visitors can make a morning or a day of canoeing the pristine Namoi River, bush walking or rock climbing in the beautiful Warrabah National Park, fossicking for gems and gold in the Peel River near Nundle, or fishing or water skiing in one of the many spectacular dams located in the region.
If it’s hard-core adventure you’re after, Manilla ranks among the world’s best locations for paragliding, sky sailing and hang-gliding. If you are looking for a microlight experience within the Tamworth region then check out Freedom Flights Tamworth. Freedom Flights allow you to experience flights like never before in one of the world's most manoeuvrable aircraft. And for those looking for a real taste of country, why not try Leconfield jillaroo and jackaroo school along with horse-riding trails to suit all levels.
For families, Lake Keepit offers endless activities to keep children entertained, including a water park and boat hire and slightly closer to Tamworth, try Chaffey Dam. Trout fishing at one of the specialist trout farms located within an hour of Tamworth’s CBD also offers a perfect day of family adventure – with almost a guarantee of a fish on the line, try the Arc-en-ciel Trout Farm.
Whether you’re after a rush of adrenalin or a taste of pristine country air and water, the Tamworth region will inspire the adventurer in you.
Parks and facilities
Here you can find a full list of parks throughout the region and the facilities they offer.
Park locations and facilities
Parks and gardens for hire
There are numerous lookouts across the region. Check out Adam's Lookout in Barraba, the Hanging Rock Lookout near Nundle, the Moonbi Lookout, the VJ Byrnes Lookout at Manilla and the Oxley Lookout in Tamworth.
The Tamworth region is an outstanding area for bird watching featuring some 238 species of birds found in the area.
For more information download the “Tamworth Birdwatchers Bird Routes Flyer”.
Home to a range of world class facilities
Sporting activities and events contribute to the heart of the Tamworth region, creating a calendar rich with variety and participation. Tamworth is home to a range of world class facilities that have hosted state and/or national level events for sports such as basketball, netball, hockey field and indoor, shooting pistol and rifle, carting, motocross, paragliding, cricket, baseball, oztag, golf, rugby league, BMX and many more.
The Tamworth Sports Dome is a multi-purpose, spacious venue catering for a wide range of indoor and outdoor, court-based sporting activities including netball, basketball, futsal, indoor hockey, volleyball, badminton, tennis and the martial arts.
Users of the facility include Tamworth Basketball Association, Basketball NSW, Basketball Australia, Tamworth Netball Association and Netball NSW.
The Sports Dome also has an onsite Sport Science and Exercise Physiology Practice provided by Rural Fit, offering a functional clinic and recently established Exercise and Performance Centre.
Thanks to the Australian Equine and Livestock Events Centre AELEC, the region is recognised as the Sporting Horse Capital of Australia.
AELEC is the most unique equine and livestock events complex in Australia.
A state of the art venue, internationally renowned for the quality and quantity of facilities, AELEC stands apart from all other venues of its type.
AELEC hosts over 20 state and national-level events each year with total events days numbering over 200 per year.event on at the world class Australian Equine and Livestock Events Centre Tamworth
These include events for:
National Cutting Horse Association
Professional Bull Riders Australia