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Tamworth Camping

Tamworth is the perfect destination for a camping trip under New England's clear, star-spangled skies. From tranquil bush campsites to picturesque powered sites and riverside cabins, lock in your trip with GoSeeAustralia's top picks for campsites and caravan parks in Tamworth.

Stay, Your Way

As an RV Friendly Town, Tamworth welcomes caravans and motorhomes with open arms, or you can make the most of New England's glorious weather with just a tent or tarp. Book your campsite on the spot or contact the park directly with GoSeeAustralia.

Out and about in Tamworth

Want to escape to the country? Around six hours from Sydney and four hours from Newcastle, Tamworth is the beating heart of the NSW Northern Tablelands and the country music capital of Australia.

With its wide open spaces, picturesque Peel River, sundrenched pastures and wooded hillsides, you’ll love parking your caravan or pitching your tent in this RV Friendly Town. Tamworth provides the great dining options and mod cons of a city with a laidback country atmosphere. In January you can expect the town to take it up a notch as thousands of campers arrive for the famous Country Music Festival.

Exploring nearby towns such as Nundle, Armidale, Inverell and Glen Innes offers the chance to go fossicking, bushwalking in the mountains and fishing in Copeton Dam, while learning about the region’s famous bushrangers, indigenous history and Gold Rush past.

Whether you want to camp by the river or up in the hills, GoSeeAustralia is where you can compare and book a variety of caravan parks and campgrounds in Tamworth. Get out there.

Gostwyck Chapel, Uralla

Explore the Northern Tablelands

If winding your way along traffic-free country roads, through rolling hillsides and friendly heritage towns sounds like your cuppa tea, put the Northern Tablelands on your itinerary, stat.

Whether you want to go gold panning in Nundle, paragliding in Manilla, birdwatching in Barraba, fishing in Bingara or fossicking for sapphires in Celtic country, a great way to experience the Northern Tablelands is to follow the Fossickers Way.

If you prefer road trips with altitude, climb up into the mountains where Armidale and Walcha act as gateways to numerous national parks such as Oxley Wild Rivers, New England, Guy Fawkes River, Cathedral Rocks and Dorrigo. Make sure you pack your hiking shoes, camera and one almighty stash of energy bars.

The Northern Tablelands is filled with natural wonders and glorious places to camp that can be reached by sealed roads, as well as off-track 4WD areas for intrepid explorers seeking the most remote corners of NSW. All that’s left to do is book your stay on GoSeeAustralia, and start practicing your best ‘how’s the serenity?’


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Stories from the Road

GoSeeAustralia's team of travelling storytellers love discovering new places to camp, explore and test their 4WD skills in the Northern Tablelands. Get inspired with some of their stories.

So what the hell is GoSeeAustralia? We're basically a bunch of Aussies who love the outdoors – and that’s why we’ve created a place where you can book campsites at over 500 caravan parks and campgrounds Australia-wide, rent campervans and RVs, as well as share your experiences and stories.

Check out our parks all around Australia, browse stories from our community of travelling contributors, and start planning your next Australian road trip or camping trip!