There’s so much more to Moree

Moree Plains Shire is a rich agricultural region and is often referred to as the ‘food bowl of Australia’. Along with agriculture, Moree is known for its artesian water. Moree is a natural stopping point for inland wanderers, and a hot spot for tourism. In particular, Moree is a regular stopping point for ‘Grey Nomads’ travelling around Australia.

There are many other tourist attractions including heritage listed buildings, regional and Indigenous art galleries and the largest pecan nut farm in the Southern Hemisphere along with three weirs and the Gwydir River for fishing enthusiasts.

Moree is a town of surprises:

  • Artesian Spa country
  • Indigenous heritage
  • Agricultural hub
  • Historical regional town
  • Transport hub
  • Major tourism route
  • Daily flights from Sydney with Qantas

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