Moree and Narrabri Area
This beautiful landscape of ancient volcanoes, eucalypt forests, alluvial plains and meandering waterways is Australia’s natural thermal spa capital. The artesian mineral waters are heated naturally deep below the surface and are prized for their revitalising and therapeutic properties.
The most famous restorative waters are at the Moree Artesian Aquatic Centre in Moree, a charming town in northwest NSW. The delightful town of Narrabri is scenic drive south along the Newell Highway and near many natural attractions, including the spectacular Mount Kaputar National Park.
The natural wonders of the Moree and Narrabri area are spectacular. You can experience these amazing attractions on outdoor adventures, including camping, hiking, mountain biking, fishing and canoeing. Yarrie Lake is popular for swimming, fishing and boating and is near the vast Pilliga Forest.
You’ll find many more captivating attractions in the towns, from the beautifully restored art deco buildings in Moree to theatre and shows at the Crossing Theatre in Narrabri. You can discover more about the Universe at the world-leading CSIRO Australia Telescope Compact Array near Narrabri.
Rich alluvial soils support cotton, wheat, lamb, beef, olives, vineyards and pecans. You’ll be intrigued with tours of the largest pecan farm in the Southern Hemisphere and cotton farms. The vibrant events calendar includes agricultural shows and delicious Moree on a Plate Food and Wine Festival.
Getting to Moree and Narrabri in Country NSW is easy by road, rail and air. There is a daily train service from Sydney or you can fly into Moree Airport and rent a car. Places to stay are plentiful, from campgrounds and caravan parks to B&Bs, guesthouses, classic country pubs and motels.