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    Entrance of Australian Country Music Hall of Fame

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    Buddy Williams touring canapy with Mr Ron Young

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    Volunteer Thomas scanning photos.

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    Volunteers preparing a major display


The Australian Country Music hall of Fame is located in a guitar shape building the corner of Peel & Murray Street Tamworth. Memorabilia from early pioneers of country music through to our current stars is on display. All or memorabilia & artefacts are genuine and donated either by the artist or their families.

The exhibits include clothing, instruments, posters and other items from artists such as Buddy Williams, Tex Morton, Smoky Dawson, Slim Dusty, Frank Ifield ,Shirley Thoms etc to some of the newer artists such as Adam Harvey, Troy Cassar – Daley, Beccy Cole, Amber Lawrence and many others. View DVD's and pictures in the history of Australian Country Music.



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Entry Fees

Adults – $7.00
children under 12 free.

Getting There

561 Peel Street
Tamworth, NSW 2340

Opening Hours

Sunday- Saturday

10:00 to 16:00 ((Extended hours during Tamworth Country Music Festival in January and Hats Off Festival in July))

Tamworth: Capital of Country

The home of Australian country music has a rich heritage and arts ...

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