To support residents and ratepayers within the Tamworth Regional Council area with regional and local government issues.
TRRRA meets on the third Thursday of each month, except January. Meetings start at 6:00pm at “ONE OF A KIND” 63 Denne Street, West Tamworth.
Tamworth Regional Residents and Ratepayers Association (TRRRA) aims to to support the residents and ratepayers who live within the Tamworth Regional Council (TRC) area with regional and local government issues.
As a community service, TRRRA has created Meet the TRC Candidates Facebook and a webpage. The purpose of these pages is to provide residents and ratepayers with information about all candidates running for Tamworth Regional Council during the 2021 Local Government Election.
Currently, during flooding, access to Calala is complete cut off, which leaves the residents of Calala without access to emergency services. As an organisation, the Tamworth Regional Residents and Ratepayers Association would like to see a flood proof option.
Contents Murray-Darling Basin Authority Independant Pricing & Regulatory Tribunal Tamworth Regional Council Media Releases Northern Daily Leader Extracts TRRRA Facebook Extracts Water planning in our region must be comprehensive and integrated to ensure long-term security. Until now water
Contents Extracts from TRRRA Facebook page Northern Daily Leader Extracts Tamworth Regional Council Media Reports Tamworth Regional Council Business Papers and Minutes The trees on King George Avenue are again under threat with the Council seeking a report
Contents Tamworth Regional Council Media Releases TRC Business Papers & Minutes Northern Daily Leader Extracts Introduction: From the earliest notification of the $1.2 million project for the new car park, it was stated in multiple Tamworth Regional Council
TRRRA meets on the third Thursday of each month, with the exception of January.
We encourage all residents and ratepayers within the TRC area to attend our meetings and to raise any concerns they may have regarding the TRC and local government issues.
The purpose of our meetings is to obtain and provide information as well as facilitate discussion. Depending on the issue, the TRRRA may also advocate on behalf of the community regarding local government issues relating to the TRC.
The Tamworth Regional Council area is located in the New England Region of New South Wales, about 410 kilometres north-west of Sydney and 580 kilometres south of Brisbane. There are approximately 60,998 people living within the TRC area, which covers 9,893 Km2.
The Tamworth Regional Council area stretches from the Nandewar Range north of Barraba, to the head of the Peel River and the Great Dividing Range. Surrounded by Gwydir Shire in the north, Uralla Shire and the Walcha Council area in the east, Upper Hunter Shire in the south, and Liverpool Plains, Gunnedah and Narrabri Shires in the west.
The Tamworth Regional Council area encompasses the suburbs, towns, villages and rural localities of Appleby, Attunga, Banoon, Barraba (part), Barry, Bective, Bendemeer, Bithramere, Borah Creek, Bowling Alley Point, Bundarra (part), Calala, Crawney (part), Daruka, Duncans Creek, Dungowan, Duri, East Tamworth, Garoo, Garthowen, Gidley, Goonoo Goonoo, Gowrie, Gulf Creek (part), Halls Creek, Hallsville, Hanging Rock, Hillvue, Ironbark, Kentucky (part), Kingswood, Klori, Kootingal, Limbri, Lindesay, Longarm, Loomberah, Manilla, Mayvale, Moonbi, Moore Creek, Mulla Creek, Namoi River, Nemingha, New Mexico, Niangala (part), North Tamworth, Nundle, Ogunbil, Oxley Vale, Piallamore, Red Hill, Retreat, Rushes Creek, Somerton, South Tamworth, Taminda, Tamworth, Thirloene, Timbumburi, Tintinhull, Upper Horton (part), Upper Manilla, Wallamore, Warrabah, Warral, Watsons Creek, Weabonga, West Tamworth, Westdale, Wimborne, Winton, Wongo Creek, Woodsreef, Woolbrook (part) and Woolomin.