Moree & Narrabri Area Attractions

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  1. Salt Caves picnic area

    Enjoy your lunch in the company of the birds at Salt Caves picnic area in Timmallallie National Park. It’s a scenic spot to pause for a picnic or barbecue on your exploration of Pilliga Forest.Work off your...

  2. Waa Gorge picnic area

    At Waa Gorge picnic area, you can enjoy the woodland wildlife over a long lunch before going on to explore the picturesque surrounds of Mount Kaputar National Park.Formed over millions of years, the deep...

  3. Gwydir Wetlands

    The Gwydir Wetlands State Conservation Are, near Moree, is once again open to the public as bird life returns to this internationally recognised wetlands. Visitors can expect to see a range of...

  4. Crossing Theatre

    Set on picturesque lawns overlooking Narrabri Creek, Crossing Theatre is designed to cater for residents and visitors alike. This 1000 seat auditorium regularly stages large scale conferences,...

  5. Scutts Hut Trail

    Discover the rugged landscape of Mount Kaputar National Park on your mountain bike on the beautiful Scutts Hut trail. The 20 kilometre trail winds its way along a ridge between two creeks, through magnificent bushland...

  6. Moree Golf Club

    A great place to play a round, situated on the picturesque Mehi River, Moree Golf Club prides itself on having one of the best country golf courses in New South Wales. The club hosts a NSW PGA ProAm Tournament...

  7. Wagun picnic area

    Nestled on the slopes of Nandewar Ranges, Wagun picnic area offers a tranquil bush setting for a family get-together in Deriah Aboriginal Area, near Mount Kaputar National Park and Narrabri. Enjoy a barbecue lunch...

  8. Mungindi Hot Pool

    Rest and rejuvenate in an ambience created by nature at Mungindi's Artesian mineral pool. Surrounded by soothing mineral-rich water, feel the luxury of constantly flowing, naturally filtered water as you experience...

  9. Big Plane in Moree

    Big Plane in Moree originated in 1975 when the Australian Government converted an A65-67 to a Civilian DC3 and on 10 October 1975, handed her over to the Papua New Guinea Defence force, in the name of Foreign Aid,...

  10. Deriah Aboriginal Information Bay

    Deriah Aboriginal Information Bay is a great introduction to the unique Deriah Aboriginal Area, near Narrabri in north-west NSW. It highlights the natural, cultural and historic heritage of this fascinating region and...

  11. Yarrie Lake

    A circular lake, three kilometres in diameter, Yarrie Lake is perched on the edge of the vast Pilliga scrub, providing a haven for countless species of birds and animals. Visitors to the lake reported that they had...

  12. Yulludunida Walking Track

    Yulludunida walking track is an exhilarating 2.8 kilometre, three hour return hike which takes you up the side of the steep bluff, a heart-pumping 350 metre rise in altitude. Adventurous and experienced bushwalkers...

  13. Moree Motor Enthusiasts

    Moree has a strong Motor Enthusiasts Club. Currently meetings are held on the third Wednesday of every month at the Moree Regional Library at 7pm. The club hosts regular observation runs and presents a fantastic Show ...

  14. Deriah Aboriginal Area

    Ideal for school groups and families, Deriah Aboriginal Area, near Narrabri, offers opportunities to picnic, enjoy scenic views and learn about the area’s Aboriginal heritage.Deriah Aboriginal Area offers a...

  15. Mill-bullah Walking Track

    A visit to Waa Gorge doesn’t need to end with its picnic area. Indeed, this is only the beginning: from here, you can explore the nooks and crannies of the ancient formation. Mill-bullah walking track offers a good...

  16. Terry Hie Hie Aboriginal Area

    Terry Hie Hie Aboriginal Area features six significant cultural reserves, with places to picnic, opportunities for birdwatching, and a beautiful walking track.Created in 2005, Terry Hie Hie Aboriginal Area...

  17. Boggabri Historical Museum

    Boggabri's history is quite fascinating with the town's main street having moved three times. A self-walk heritage trail through the town reveals many interesting highlights of progress since its beginnings in the...

  18. Mount Kaputar National Park

    With camping, cycling, walking, horse riding and bird watching waiting for you on this scenic mountain range, Mount Kaputar is a fantastic wilderness escape in NSW.Be awed by towering forests, breathtaking...

  19. Scutts Hut

    Scutts Hut is a fascinating historic site and well worth the walk-in adventure. This slice of early pioneer history is set on the scenic banks of Horsearm Creek within Mount Kaputar National Park in North West NSW....

  20. Upper Bullawa Creek Picnic Area

    Upper Bullawa Creek Picnic Area is a great spot for a leisurely picnic lunch in Mount Kaputar National Park, near Narrabri. Ideal for families and groups, it’s an ideal creekside pit stop while car touring and offers...

  21. Doug Sky Lookout

    Located halfway up Mount Kaputar, Doug Sky lookout provides the best seat in the house for sightseeing. One glimpse of this sweeping vista and you’ll understand why the area is known as Big Sky Country. Come and view...

  22. Terry Hie Hie Picnic Area

    Terry Hie Hie picnic area offers good picnic facilities and an ideal base for exploring the Aboriginal heritage of the area, with interpretative signage.The best place to start any visit to Terry Hie Hie is...

  23. Green Camp

    Green Camp in Mount Kaputar National Park, is the base for walkers hiking the spectacular Yulludunida walking track. Near Narrabri in North West NSW, this remote picnic area is popular with adventurous bushwalkers and...

  24. Narrabri Old Gaol and Museum

    Narrabri's Old Gaol is part of an impressive complex of colonial government buildings which also includes the Office of the Court of Petty Sessions and the Court House.The architect, James Barnet,...

  25. The Moree Gallery

    The Moree Gallery brings the work of established and successful artists, as well as, emerging artists, to northern New South Wales with four exhibitions each year. More information on the individual exhibitions is...

  26. Historical Cemetery Moree

    A must see for historians and genealogists is the historic Moree cemetery. Amongst the headstones, you will find the names of Edward Bulwer Lytton Dickens, the youngest son of author Charles...

  27. Woolaway Wines

    Moree's first cellar door, Woolaway Wines was founded in 2001 in the Hunter Valley by two school mates who were looking for a new business venture. They leased a rundown vineyard on the Milbrodale Road at Broke. The...

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