Our much loved and historic town has one of the fastest growing populations of the Northern Tablelands. It's a popular stopping off point en route between Brisbane and Sydney, and is renowned for long winters, heritage buildings and spectacular granite outcrops.
Uralla’s collective memory is underpinned by a rich vein of stories that are actively treasured; from the new arts scene in the 70s and antics of the Lone Rock Cafe, to the cycle of boom and bust wool prices in the 50s, right back to the first foundry, gold mining culture and connection to bush rangers. (Most everyone here can spin a tale about Captain Thunderbolt!)
The Uralla Soundtrail is a powerful geo locative audio walk that brings alive a heady mix of sounds and stories that span many generations, many people, and many lives. Download to your phone from the app store and enjoy!
If you missed the 2020 Sound Walk September event - The Beginnings of Soundtrails - a conversation with Hamish Sewell of Soundtrails and Andrew Parker, previous President of Uralla Arts, livestreamed on Soundtrails.nenw facebook page, you're still able to hear it via the Vimeo link.