Tullamore is a small Parkes Shire suburb that consists of wheat fields. Settlers first arrived in the area in 1870 and named the location Bullock Creek. Its name was then changed to Gobondery. In the late 1800s, Jim Tully from Ireland came to the area and erected the Tullie’s Exchange Hotel. Another Irish family, the Kerleys, arrived in the area and built a property, which they called the Tullamore Station. In 1895, the suburb was eventually named Tullamore.
Tullamore is home to the Tullamore Irish Festival, which is held every year during the long weekend of Easter. The small suburb is transformed and brought to life by music and laughter to commemorate the first Irish settlers in the area. During the festival, visitors and locals engage in Irish-inspired activities, Irish sports and entertainment. Locals also serve Irish food and beverages to celebrate.
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