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"Artesian Spa Capital"

A large inland town located on the banks of the Mehi River with a population in excess of 10,000 people. The area is surrounded by rich black alluvial soils  deposited over millennia from the frequent flooding of the river systems in the area.

Moree Cotton - courtesy Tourism New South Wales

Originally the area was inhabited by the Kamilaroi tribe a large tribe occupying large tracts of western NSW. The fertile plains were soon snapped up by eager settlers from about the 1840's onwards. The town steadily grew in size and stature eventually displacing the Kamilaroi people who moved into the town and became reliant on the white settlers for food and shelter.

A large artesian spa complex has been built in the town offering visitors and locals a refreshing dip in the medicinal waters pumped from underground. The artesian waters can be as hot as 41 degrees and people come from all over Australia to experience the curative effects of the baths. The town has many historical buildings and wonderful parks and gardens.

Today the area is home to large cotton and wheat farms, both of which are now vital to the local economy. Other produce grown in the area include Pecan Nuts, Olives, sheep and cattle.

Fishing is another major pastime in this area with three major rivers within 25 minutes drive of the town. Some of the fish that can be caught here are Murray Cod, Golden Perch, Silver Bream, Eel Tail and Catfish.

Check out our listing of Moree accommodation. In addition to our listed online travel guide information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.

Information Centre

Moree Visitor Information Centre
Cnr Gwider and Newell Highway, Moree, New South Wales, 2400
Ph: 6757 3350
Toll: 1300 362 442
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Moree Attractions

Moree Artesian Spa Baths
• Cnr Anne & Gosport St, MOREE NSW
• Artesian water arrives from 850 metres underground at a lovely 41 degrees to fill the bathing pools each day with fresh water. Open each day of the week and public holidays. Masseurs are available for booking. Please call 02 6757 3450 for bookings.
Moree Plains Art Gallery
• Large collection of contemporary Aboriginals works.
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