Tenterfield Soundtrail

Rotunda at Jubilee Park, part of the Tenterfield Soundtrail Walk
Tenterfield Saddler, part of the Tenterfield Soundtrails Walk
Sir Henry Pakres School of Arts - part of the Soundtrails Walk
Old Tenterfield Star Building, part of the Tenterfield Soundtrails Walk
Aub Gillespie, Tenterfield Legend & voice on the Tenterfield Soundtrails
Walking the Tenterfield Soundtrail
Behind the scenes - filming for the Tenterfield Soundtrail
Tenterfield Post Office, part of the Tenterfield Soundtrails Walk
Stannum House

Tenterfield Soundtrail

Tenterfield, Tenterfield, New South Wales 2372


Discover the region's history and stories through an audio walking tour. The Tenterfield Soundtrail carries you up the creek and down the main street of town, and into the history, the hearts and minds of the locals. Hear stories of the ghosts in the jailhouse, the playful patter of what it means to be a local, talking cats, German brass bands and Peter Allen’s manna from heaven. This is a celebration of Tenterfield – the town, its history and people. Beautiful sounds and stories produced by world-class radio producers … with some help from the kids of St Joseph’s school. Available on iPhone from the App Store, or Android from Google Play.

The Tenterfield soundtrail carries you up the creek and down the main street of town. Beginning at the Tenterfield Visitor Information Centre, all you need is your phone and a set of headphones. Wander along the main street, stopping at key locations and listening to the stories from the past. The Soundtrails Walk takes you up the main street 3.5 blocks, then back along the Tenterfield creek, returing to the Visitor Information Centre.


  • Bar
  • Barbecue
  • Cafe
  • Carpark
  • Food and Refreshments
  • Picnic Area
  • Public Toilet
  • Restaurant
  • Shaded Area
  • Sheltered Area
  • Circuit
  • Walk
  • Birdwatching
  • Walks

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the New England High Country region and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay respect to Elders – past, present and emerging – and acknowledge the important role Indigenous Peoples continue to play within the New England High Country community.