Armidale & Uralla: A Cultural Profile

Two typical 'New England' towns The city of Armidale and the small town of Uralla just 23km to its south, are typical New England towns. Situated in the high country on the Northern Tablelands, roughly halfway between Sydney and Brisbane on the New England Highway, both are characterised by their cool, temperate climate and enjoy four 'real' seasons: a short blast of winter with fog, frosts and occasional snowfalls, and hot summers blessed with evening thunderstorms and cool nights.

Latest Research

CAMRA: A year in review (2011)

2011 saw a range of achievements resulting from the CAMRA project, including successful research outcomes, academic papers, books, book chapters and conference presentations.


CAMRA researcher and PhD candidate graduates

Chris Brennan-Horley (left) with academic supervisor Chris Gibson


The resources listed here by categories were identified by the CAMRA Research Team. We hope they are useful to you.

Central Darling

CAMRA researchers at the University of Technology, Sydney, are working with project partners, the Central Darling Shire and West Darling Arts, in this remote shire of western NSW.

Armidale and Uralla

CAMRA researchers at Armidale Dumaresq Council, Arts North West, the University of Technology, Sydney, and Uralla Shire Council are working in this region. 

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