Northern Inland

Located in northern NSW, the Northern Inland region is conveniently situated half-way between Sydney and Brisbane. Concentrated around the growing regional cities of Tamworth and Armidale and known for its rich and productive farming lands including broadacre cropping, beef, sheep and wool. The region is large and diverse and extends from the Queensland border in the north, south to the Liverpool Plains, and west to the Moree Plains. Geographically known as the New England and North West Regions of NSW. The Northern Inland region is defined by twelve Local Government Areas: Armidale Regional, Glen Innes Severn, Gunnedah, Gwydir, Inverell, Liverpool Plains, Moree Plains, Narrabri, Tamworth Regional, Tenterfield, Uralla and Walcha.

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Population

187,985

Area

99,637 km²

93,325 total jobs with GRP of $15.8B
Source: AEC Group (2022-23)

Top 5 Industries by Employment

Healthcare & Social Assistance

11,860

Agriculture, Forestry & Fishing

11,013

Education & Training

9,089

Retail Trade

7,372

Construction

5,913

Tamworth © RDA Northern Inland
Narrabri © RDA Northern Inland
Peel Street, Tamworth © RDA Northern Inland
Barraba Silos © Destination NSW

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The data on this page is indicative of the region and subject to change.