Tamworth Bicentenary Coach Trip ‘In the Footsteps of Oxley & Evans’

Tamworth Historical Society has organised a coach trip to mark the Bicentenary of John Oxley's expedition, 1818-2018. Commencing in Tamworth on Wednesday 3 October, the 3 day trip will travel to Wauchope via Apsley Falls on the first day, continue to Port Macquarie on the second day and return to Tamworth via Walcha on Friday [...]

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John Oxley Re-enactment Walk

This walk is one of the events marking 200 years since the explorer John Oxley travelled over Kamilaroi lands and crossed what is now known as the Peel River, near the present day city of Tamworth. To mark the bicentenary of this event, a re-enactment walk will start at the Tangarata Vineyard, concluding at the [...]

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Bicentenary Festival City of Tamworth

The City of Tamworth will mark the Bicentenary of explorer John Oxley, the first European to travel across Kamilaroi lands in 1818, close to where Tamworth is now situated on the banks of the Peel River. The festival will recognise the city's history and culture in Bicentennial Park, Sunday 2 September 2018. There will be [...]

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Tamworth 200 Years Exhibition

An exhibition in the Community Space at Ray Walsh House, Peel Street Tamworth. From 3 August to 7 September 2018. Tamworth 200 Years Exhibition. This event is one of a series of events to mark 200 years since explorer John Oxley passed through Kamilaroi Lands, crossing the river near what is now Tamworth.

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