Tyalgum, NSW 2484

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Computer Repairs Tyalgum, NSW 2484

Tyalgum is a rural village of 300 people located in north-eastern New South Wales, Australia. It is approximately 18 minutes from Murwillumbah, 45 minutes from the Gold Coast, Queensland and two hours from Brisbane. Tyalgum is situated at the junction of Pumpenbil and Tyalgum Creeks. These creeks provide Tyalgum with its water supply and when the village was first settled, the settlers would have used the waterways to transport the giant red cedars that they felled. Another major natural feature is the valley environment around the village created by the Border Ranges and Mount Warning. Some of the most important man-made features in Tyalgum are Flutterbies Cafe (home of the famous Flutterbie Cakes), The Little Shop Next Door, Tyalgum Store (see photo) established in 1907, the Tyalgum Hall - home of the annual Classical Musical Festival - and The Tyalgum Garage located in the old Norco Dairy Manufactory Building. The Tyalgum Festival of Classical Music started in 1991 after concert violinists Carmel Kaine and John Willison discovered the idyllic acoustics of the village Hall. Since this date, the festival has been held annually in September. Numerous artists have ranked the 1908 hall alongside some of the best concert venues in the world.


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