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Soundtrails came out of a project between Uralla Arts and the The Story Project  that recorded audio conversations based on people’s connections to each other and their community, in the small town of Uralla, NSW. Wanting to take this further and highlight the amazing lives, loves and stories from these small regional towns, the Soundtrails project was born. Soundtrails is a collaboration between The Story Project and Workware Pty Ltd.

Using the Soundtrails App

Download the app onto your smart phone or iPad, see yourself on a GPS map and walk freely in and out of sound fields; a rich weave of memories, voices, myths and archival footage. With original compositions, local voices, and world class production, Soundtrails truly brings a place alive!

1. Download the app via the links on
2. Download the individual Soundtrail you want to follow
3. Put on your headphones and start walking

If you’re on site you can walk in and out of stories as you follow the map on-screen. GPS will track your location so you trigger stories at specific places. If you’re somewhere else in the world, listen to stories by touching the pin icons on the map.

Sonic tour-de-force with stories for everyone.

The Bingara Soundtrail was launched by Senator John Williams at the 2015 Bingara Orange Festival.

‘The path to the future passes through the past.’

Located at the Myall Creek Memorial site on the Bingara to Delungra Road.

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Warialda sits on the crossroads between Inverell, Bingara and Moree in north west New South Wales.

Situated in the Northern Tablelands. A popular stopping off point en route between Brisbane and Sydney.


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