Tamworth Regional Council is proposing to renew the alcohol-free zones already in place in Kootingal, Robert Street, Bridge Street, Coledale and the Tamworth, Manilla and Barraba Central Business Districts for a further four years until 29 December 2026.
Before this occurs, the report was on public exhibition and available for public feedback before 7 December 2022 – have your say.
The alcohol-free zones around our region have received widespread community support since the first alcohol free zone was established in 1994. These zones have been effective in discouraging the consumption of alcohol on public roads, footpaths and car parks within the CBD, and creating safer public spaces around our region.
Tamworth CBD includes Kable Avenue, Marius Street and Darling Street and bounded by the western side of Murray Street Tamworth.
Bridge Street from the western side of the intersection of Ebsworth Street for its length through to the intersection with Phillip Street, In Street, Hercules Street and Reserve Place.
Robert Street Shopping Centre incorporating the footpath and carpark and the area bounded by and including Robert Street, Woodward Avenue, Petra Avenue and Links Avenue and including Hobbs Lane.
Coledale including public roads and car parks within the area bounded by Gunnedah Road and Warral Road including Warral Road
Centennial Park, Lloma Park, Hathway Park, Coledale Community Park and Norman Ingall Park.
Denman Avenue, Irvine Street, Station Street, Field Lane and Gate Street
Barraba includes public roads, and carparks within the Barraba CBD bounded by and including Queen Street from the intersection of Edward Street to the intersection of Savoy Street, Maude and Alice Streets from the intersection of Cherry Street to Fitzroy Street and the Queen Street Mall, Barraba.
Manilla includes public roads and car parks within the area bounded by and including Progress Lane, Market Street, Arthur Street and Court Street, Manilla