Hillvue, New South Wales
Tamworth, New South Wales
Australian Equine and Livestock Events Centre
|Population||2001 estimate: 5,070|
|LGA(s)||Tamworth Regional Council|
|Federal Division(s)||New England|
Hillvue is a suburb of Tamworth, New South Wales, Australia. It is a largely residential suburb of Tamworth and is south of South Tamworth. It has the second highest population estimate of any area of Tamworth, with estimates in 2001 of just over five thousand people.
The longyard shopping area, the Golden Guitar, Roll of Renown, Country Music Centre and the Tamworth Regional Entertainment Centre are all located in Hillvue. The Prime TV Station and 2TM Radio Stations are also located in the suburb along the New England Highway. Further along the New England Highway on the suburb's outskirts is the $28.8 million Australian Equine and Livestock Events Centre.
The North boundary of Hillvue is Hillvue Road, Wilburtree Street and Calala Lane. Goonoo Goonoo Creek is the suburb's boundary in the east; the suburb of Kingswood is the boundary in the south and the Main North railway line is the boundary in the west.
The Longyard Golf course is located in Hillvue in Greg Norman Drive. The golf course was designed by Greg Norman. The Tamworth Regional Sporting Complex is located in Hillvue near the Tamworth Regional Entertainment Centre and the complex includes water-based hockey fields, the Tamworth Athletics track and a gymnastics complex. The Hillvue Rovers Football club although they do not play in Hillvue draw most their players and supporters from the suburb.
- Hillvue Primary School
- Liberty College