North Tamworth is a New South Wales suburb located to the north of the city of Tamworth. The area is home to several hospitals, a large shopping centre, sporting fields, and medical clinics.
The North Tamworth region was first settled in the 1830s by squatters living along the Peel River. Until the 1880s, the area grew slowly until the establishment of the suburb’s first railway line.
During the post-war years and especially in the 60s and 70s, the suburb experienced unprecedented growth. Since the 90s, North Tamworth’s population has remained stable, although some new dwellings have popped up around the area.
The community ties in North Tamworth are strong. Volunteerism is common in the area and the majority of the suburb’s residents have lived there long-term.
Families in the area will enjoy North Tamworth’s safe, convenient, tranquil, and community atmosphere. There’s plenty for young children to enjoy, including libraries, sporting clubs, parks, plazas, cafes, bakeries, and much more.
A night out is easy in North Tamworth, with restaurants, bowling alleys, and more all nearby.
North Tamworth childcare is easy to find. Within 6km of the suburb’s centre, there are 28 early learning centres offering a range of services such as occasional care, long daycare, out of school hours care, and family daycare.