A place of relaxation and rejuvenation, Moree is in the beautiful Gwydir Valley in northwest NSW. Soak in hot artesian springs, sourced naturally from deep inside the Great Artesian Basin, and discover the therapeutic benefits of the mineral-rich waters, before discovering the town's rich history and local produce.
Hot springs & waterways
Thousands of visitors flock to the Moree Artesian Aquatic Centre each year to enjoy the soothing thermal springs, which are naturally heated to 41 degrees Celsius. The centre also has a day spa, sauna and gym, and offers massages and revitalising treatments.
Try your luck fishing in the Gwydir delta waterways. The Gwydir Wetlands, one of the most significant inland wetlands systems in NSW, thrive with birdlife and can be explored by canoe or kayak at certain times of the year. Or get your heart racing with waterskiing at Moree Water Park.
Moree’s rich soil supports delicious local produce, from olive groves and vineyards to beef. Take a tour of Stahmann Pecan Nut Farm’s property Trawalla, the largest pecan farm in the Southern Hemisphere.
Moree celebrates its thriving agricultural community at the vibrant Moree Show in April and the delicious Moree on a Plate Food and Wine Festival in May. This showcase of fresh local produce features everything from olives to wine, plus live entertainment and demonstrations.
Join a heritage and agricultural tour, and explore fine art in the Bank Art Museum Moree. The gallery’s Aboriginal art collection is one of the most significant in NSW. You can also join a cotton farm tour and see traditional cotton production.
Moree is just over seven hours’ drive from Sydney and 5.5 hours from Brisbane. There is a daily train service from Sydney, which takes around 8.5 hours, or you can fly into Moree Airport and rent a car. Moree Airport is 5km from Moree’s town centre. Use the taxi services at the airport to make the short trip north. Alternatively, rent a car from the hire services available at the airport and explore the region at your own pace.
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