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Gwydir Wetlands

Whether you’re an adrenaline junkie or a pleasure seeker, a winner of raffles or conquer of mountains, or just a lover of the lazy Sunday brunch downtown, Moree will keep you busy. We have listed a few ideas below to kick-start your adventures and help you meet some of our very friendly locals!

The town is known far and wide for its social spirit and jam-packed events calendar, including Moree on a Plate (one of Australia’s premier food and wine festivals), regular long lunches, polocrosse and rugby games, visiting live shows and picnic races… there is always something fabulous happening, either in town or in one of our delightful surrounding villages. Check out the below websites and pop some dates in your diary:

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The award winning Moree Visitor Information Centre is the ideal place to discover the town and surrounds with many self-guided brochure options to get you started, including motoring tours, CBD Art Trails and wonderful Heritage and Art Deco Walks highlighting historic sites and examples of Moree’s unique architecture. The friendly staff at the Centre can also book you a spot on a local tour, including:

  • Yinarr-ma Bush Tucker Tours – entertaining and informative two-hour walking tour along the Mehi River pathway identifying the many uses of native bush plants for food and medicine.
  • O’Dempsey’s Charters and Tour’s – visit local pecan nut and cotton farms.

The Information Centre is also well stocked with local and regional produce, artworks, and giftware.

67 Alice Street, Moree

Bank Art Museum

Housed in one of the town’s iconic heritage buildings, BAAM is home to Moree’s public art collection plus an ever-changing program of outstanding exhibitions from local artists and travelling shows. It also holds the most significant collection of Aboriginal paintings in regional NSW and hosts regular workshops, art classes and special events.

25 Frome Street, Moree

The Mehi Gallery and Studio

The Gallery runs in partnership with TAFE NSW, New England Institute, Moree Campus and offers visitors a genuine experience of Aboriginal art that is a reflection of the diverse Australian landscape and incredible local talent. There is also the opportunity to meet the artists and to purchase a wide variety of works.

22 Frome St, Moree

Moree Gallery

For twenty years, The Moree Gallery has proudly promoted contemporary, affordable art from significant emerging and mid-career Australian artists, holding four exhibitions annually, showcasing talent from across the nation. The gallery store also stocks an eclectic and bespoke range of giftware.

Max Centre, 30 Heber Street, Moree

Yaama Ganu Gallery

Yaama Ganu Gallery is a not-for-profit Aboriginal art gallery and home to the popular Café Gali. The Gallery proudly supports and exhibits consigned works from artists of the local Kamilaroi Nation and Aboriginal managed Art Centres from communities around the country.

211 Balo St, Moree

The Dhiiyaan Aboriginal Centre

One of NSWs largest collection of Aboriginal family records, plus an extensive array of traditional Kamilaroi artefacts, art and photographs – a wonderful space to learn about Gamilaroi culture.

38 Albert St, Moree



First Sunday of the month

Fresh produce, plants, trash and treasure

Jellico Park, Moree

Moree Arts Community Theatre

See a show or join in!

Moree Arts Community Theatre - MACT | Facebook

String Section Ukulele Group

All ages and abilities, newcomers very welcome. Ukes available or BYO. Fortnightly Wed nights.

String Section | Facebook

Rising Sun Film Society

Monthly international, award-winning and independent Australian films - movie and supper.

Rising Sun Film Society Moree | Facebook

Royal Hotel

54 Heber St, Moree

Royal Hotel Moree | Facebook

Amaroo Tavern

Amaroo Dr, Moree

Post Office Hotel

33 Frome St, Moree

Post Office Hotel Moree | Facebook

Moree Services Club

Bowls, pool and snooker tables, poker and darts.

3 Albert St, Moree

Pally Pub

This fantastic, newly renovated venue has quickly become a must-do for locals and visitors alike. Pop out for a delicious lunch or dinner at the Golden Grain Bistro, with regular weekend live music and events.

59 Bingara St, Pallamallawa

Pally Pub | Facebook

Bingara – 50min drive from Inverell

Delightful, picturesque town nestled in the hills alongside the meandering Gwydir River, highlights include:

  • The Roxy Theatre and Greek Café –built by three Greek partners from the island of Kythera as a magnificent art deco cinema with an adjoining café, the theatre operated until 1958, after which it was closed and left untouched for forty years. Beautifully and faithfully restored to its former glory in 2004 and now open to the public as a cinema, performing arts venue and multi-purpose function centre. The Café operated as a Chinese restaurant until 2011, when it also underwent a transformation back to its Greek café heritage and is a wonderful 1930’s time capsule. 74 Maitland St, Bingara
  • Wade Horses Bingara - trail rides for all ages and ability levels along the glorious Gwydir River. "Garrawilla", Keera St, Bingara Wade Horses Bingara | Facebook
  • Myall Creek Massacre Memorial - one of Australia’s most important reconciliation sites commemorating the unprovoked massacre of twenty-eight Wirrayaraay women, children and old men by a group of stockmen in 1838. This is the only massacre for which Europeans were charged, found guilty and punished. Whitlow Rd, Myall Creek Myall Creek Memorial site Heritage Listed - Bingara
  • The Rocky Creek Glacial Areaover 290 million years of weathering and erosion of the original glacial landscape has created many different sizes and types of boulders, all cemented together in the creek bed with finer gravels, sand and clay. This makes it the perfect spot to picnic alongside the tumbling water, rock hop or cool off in a crystal clear rockpool. Camping and bush toilets. Killarney Gap Road, Bingara Rocky Creek Glacial Area - Visit Narrabri
Gwydir Wetlands State Conservation Area –1hr 5min drive from Moree

One of the most significant inland wetlands systems in NSW and home to at least 75 waterbird species – spot threatened, endangered and migratory species from the bird hide at the 'Waterbird Lagoon'.

Contact the Moree Visitor Information Centre on 02 6757 3350 before venturing out to check current road conditions.

Gingham Road, Moree

Internationally significant wetlands | NSW Environment and Heritage

Terry Hie Hie Aboriginal Area – 45min drive from Moree

Stretching north of the Mt Kaputar National Park, the area encompasses many significant cultural sites for the local Gamilaroi people (Gamilaraay, Kamilaroi, Gomeroi) and protects ceremonial and art sites, tool-making areas, burial sites and hunting grounds. The picnic area features fascinating interpretive signage, BBQs, picnic shelters and is the beginning of the Yana-y Warruwi Walking Track - a scenic 3.2km loop through the beautiful landscape surrounding the township of Terry Hie Hie.

Terry Hie Hie Rd, Terry Hie Hie

Terry Hie Hie Aboriginal Area | NSW National Parks

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