Save the date: 19 – 28 JANUARY 2024

Maps and Emergency Information


Click on the links below to see the Festival maps.

Riverside Camping Map
Accessibility Map
Entertainment Venues Map 1 

Entertainment Venues Map 2


Want to know what the weather is doing?

You can see what the weather is doing in Tamworth with the Sydney Seven News live cam - updated every 60 seconds! 

Visit the link to see the iconic Tamworth location and how sunny it is: LiveWeatherViews Lite



Emergency InforMATION


Hazards Near Me 

You can find current information about local emergencies on Hazards Near Me. The app shows information provided from emergency services on: 

  • bush fires
  • floods
  • tsunamis
  • advice on what to do to stay safe.

The app also provides other warnings and activities in your area: 

  • fire danger ratings 
  • total fire bans 
  • hazard reduction activities. 

The app can send you push notifications when there are new incidents or when information changes. 

Download the app on Apple: iOSlauncheast or Android Androidlauncheast

You can view hazards on your desktop by visiting NSW SESlaunch for floods, storms and tsunamis alerts and warnings. You can also visit NSW Rural Fire Servicelaunch for fire alerts and warnings.

To see information about how to plan and prepare for bushfires visit


Keep Looking when Cooking

Did you know that the leading cause of home fires in NSW is leaving cooking unattended.

For more information visit Cooking fire safety - Fire and Rescue NSW


beat the Heat

Temperatures often reach over thirty degrees in Tamworth in January, please keep yourself cool and stay hydrated to beat the heat.

  • Wear loose fitting clothing.
  • Stay out of the sun.
  • Try to be indoors during the hottest part of the day.
  • Close windows and doors to keep the heat out.
  • Use air conditioning.


Stay hydrated by drinking water

  • Avoid alcoholic, hot or sugary drinks including tea and coffee (they can make dehydration worse).
  • If you go outside, carry a bottle of water with you - there are numerous places to fill them up during the Festival. 
  • Refill your drink bottles - station locations

For more information visit Beat the heat (



Tamworth Regional Council acknowledges the Gamilaroi/Kamilaroi people, who are the Traditional Custodians of this land. We would like to pay respect to Elders past and present, and extend that respect to other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples living in and visiting our region.