Spa Capital of Australia
13,408 (ABS 2016-17)
The median price for a 3 bedroom home in Moree is $252,500. The cost to rent the same home would be $300 per week.
Distance from Sydney 632kms in a north westerly direction.
Summer temperatures average 34.° to 20.2° and winters 18.1° to 4.5°. The mean annual rainfall is 583mm. (BOM data)
The biggest employer in the Moree Plains Shire is agriculture, fishing and forestry followed by health care and social assistance, education and training, retail trade, construction and accommodation and food services.
Moree is the administrative centre of the Shire which borders New South Wales and Queensland. There are many smaller villages including Mungindi, Boggabilla Pallamallawa and Boomi.
Moree has a rich heritage in culture, agriculture and natural assets. Its streetscape is a great example of Art Deco architecture and the shopping centre is a huge drawcard for shoppers. There are a number of great events in Moree each year. In May the Food and Wine festival, Moree on a Plate is very popular as is the Race Club’s Moree Cup in September.
There are plenty of facilities for those wanting to play sport in the Shire. Among the sports which can be played are AFL, BMX, bowls, cycling equestrian, golf, hockey, netball, rugby league, rugby union, skateboarding, swimming, tennis and water skiing.
Moree has a wide selection of pre-school and day care services, two public, one Christian (K-10) and one Catholic (K-12) and the Moree Secondary College. There are also primary schools in Boomi, Bullarah, Garah, Mullawa, Pallamallawa, Toomelah and Tulloona and a Catholic school in Mungindi. Further education is available through the Moree campus of TAFE New England and Northern Inland Community College.
Moree is a major centre for medical services in the far north of the State. It is well serviced by Moree hospital, three medical centres, two pharmacies, dentists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists, podiatrists, psychologists and optometrists. There are also several Community Health Centres and aged care facilities.
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Housing Data: Sourced from www.realestate.com.au current as at 7/18.
Careers Data: Sourced from ABS.
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