Save the date: 19 – 28 JANUARY 2024



All visitors and residents are obliged to adhere to the Traffic Management Plan during the Toyota Country Music Festival Tamworth.

Peel Street Stalls - Brisbane Street to Fitzroy Street
Activities & Stalls - Peel St (between Fitzroy & White), Fitzroy St, Kable Ave, Toyota Park
Tamworth CBD Map

Road Closures

Access to Closed Roads

Those requiring access to closed roads during the Festival period may apply for a permit to enter closed roads.

 A permit allows you to access closed roads at restricted times and via identified entry points. You can apply for a permit closer to the festival.

Vehicular access into the CBD will be restricted to permitted vehicles under the following conditions:

  • 10km/hour speed limit
  • Managed access using marshalls/security personnel; and
  • Vehicular access only with appropriate

Entry points to the closed road network will only be via the following locations:

  • Peel Street at White Street roundabout
  • Kable Avenue at White Street roundabout to the No.1 Oval driveway (no through access)
  • Kable Avenue at Brisbane Street to the Atrium business carpark (no through access)

Note: rigid vehicles are restricted to two axles & under seven metres long


Apply to enter closed roads here


Collecting your permit

Once you have applied and when your permit has been approved, you will be able to pick up your permit from the Customer Service Office. 

Once your permit is approved, you may collect it from the Customer Service Office located at 474 Peel Street.


More information

For any questions related to travel to Tamworth, visit the Transport page.
For further information regarding road closures, please contact Council's Customer Service on (02) 6767 5555.
Tamworth Regional Council reserves the right to change the temporary road closures at any time in the interests of road safety.

2024 Road Closures


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.