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Tyalgum, NSW

Tyalgum is an old cedar getting village, located under the rim of the caldera due west of Mt Warning. This agricultural community produces mostly dairy and beef, but many new comers are diversifying into alternative crops and enterprises such as coffee.


Tyalgum is famous for its hall, renowned for its acoustics and Classical Music festival each September. The quite amazing thing is the hall is constructed of wood with an iron roof. The acoustics are said to be superb as long as it doesn’t rain!

You can stroll into the Beehive arts and crafts for local handicrafts and homewares, or enjoy “fresh from the oven” treats with coffee at Flutterbies Cottage Cafe, a coffee and gift shop situated in the “Old Bakery” building circa 1926.

Hikers and cyclists with strong legs can stay in the Tyalgum Hotel, Pulman’s Retreat and other nearby accommodation, while Norco Park provides day picnic facilities with a BBQ, tables and toilets.

Nearest Airport: Coolangatta

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About Tyalgum

  • Locality: Urban locality
  • Tyalgum Postcode: 2484
  • State: New South Wales
  • Region: North Coast NSW
  • Latitude: -28.35675
  • Longitude: 153.20728
  • Elevation: 56m
  • Population: 545
  • Median Income: $21944
  • Area (Sq/km): 30.828
  • Timezone: Australia/Sydney

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