Most people know Tamworth as the home of the Golden Guitar and Australia’s biggest festival - the Tamworth Country Music Festival. However, this is an area that offers year-round appeal with events, history, culture, national parks and local food and wine. It's the heart of the New England region - an area that is feeling the brunt of the drought - so not only is Tamworth a must-see destination, it's also a place where income from tourism will mean a lot to the wider community.

Bright Futures celebration

Our Tamworth event* will be free, fun-filled and family-orientated. Featuring new 'big things' art, kids activities, fantastic food trucks, music, entertainment, community engagement and much more, be sure to join us.

Bright Futures Tamworth
Bicentennial Park
Saturday March 14 - 9am to 5pm
Sunday March 15 - 9am to 5pm

We'll be sharing more details in the lead up to this event, so make sure you check back here to keep up to date. And if you'd like to join us in Tamworth - and we strongly encourage you to do so - please register your interest to attend. By no means will this lock you in, but it will help us to better plan and provide for the best possible event for everyone.

Would you like to join us at Tamworth?

If you wish to register you will be redirected to our event management website, Eventbrite. All personal information will be managed securely by Eventbrite and the NRMA.

Frequently asked questions

The NRMA is a bit different from most organisations. From the very beginning, we've been here to serve our Members, and everything we do is for them and the communities where they live, work and play. So it makes complete sense for us to to get out and share this milestone.

The basic details for all of our Bright Futures Tamworth event is as follows. As we draw closer, you can check back to this event page, or better yet register your interest for the event to stay up to date with all the latest details and information.

Tamworth
Bicentennial Park, Kable Ave, Tamworth NSW 2340
- Saturday 14 and Sunday 15 March 2020
- 9am to 5pm both days

Whilst our centenary is a time to reflect on our history, we're also taking the opportunity to look at how we can help shape the bright futures that lay ahead. We're focussing on those in need, giving communities a platform to shine a light on the issues and challenges they face, and looking for ways that we can all help to build a better, brighter tomorrow.

Whether you catch a train, a bus, or road trip like us - we're working to make it as easy as possible for you to join us on the day. Check back to the event pages closer to the date as we share updated details.

By registering, you're simply helping us plan and prepare the best event possible for all involved. It will help with a number of things such as how many staff and volunteers we might need, how much food and beverage should be available, how best to manage safety and security and even things like how many toilets we might need.

It's free to register, you're not at all locked in to that date or event, and it also means we can keep you informed of the latest news and information as we get closer to the date of the event.

Not at all. Entry to all of our Bright Futures events is completely free. There will, however, be some tasty food and drinks available for purchase at each event.

The NRMA has always existed to serve both our Members, and the communities in which they live, work and play. As such, both Members and non-Members are a part of our story and reason for being, so all are welcome and encouraged to join us at these events. These are celebrations meant for everyone in our community to enjoy. So, if you or anyone you know not is not a Member, that's not a problem - we'd still love to see you all there and getting involved.

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*Event locations are subject to DA approval