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Self Help Program Policy


At its meeting of Thursday 13 July 2017, Council resolved to place the Self Help Program Policy on public exhibition for a period of 28 days.

A copy of this Policy can be viewed by clicking on the name of the policy listed above.

This policy was developed in response to requests from the public for a self help policy for the maintaining and upgrading of transport infrastructure assets which provide a benefit to individuals as well as to the broader community but which cannot be fully funded by Council. The policy provides the opportunity to supplement public funds with private contributions to enable worthwhile projects to proceed.

A hard copy of the Policy is available from Council’s customer service centres in Moree, Boggabilla and Mungindi and the Moree Community Library.

Your feedback and comments are welcomed and can be submitted to the General Manager, Moree Plains Shire Council, PO Box 420, Moree NSW 2400. Comments can also be submitted to Council by email to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it   and are due by 18 August 2017.

Further enquiries in relation to this Policy should be directed to Kylie Kerr on (02) 6757 3222.




From 13 September 2017, Fly Corporate will commence a weekday morning flight service from Brisbane to Inverell, with a return service to Brisbane via Moree.


For users of the Fly Corporate Brisbane service in Moree, this new service will replace the current route via Narrabri. Tickets for the service are now available through or through travel agents, with prices starting at $139 for one-way all-inclusive web deal fares.


General Manager, Mr Lester Rodgers said, “We continue to be impressed by Fly Corporate and its commitment to the Moree Plains Shire and our broader region. We know that Moree Regional Airport services a much larger catchment than our Shire; it’s pleasing to see Fly Corporate being in a position to directly service some of those users to the east of our Shire.”


“We understand that our community wants regular, reliable and safe intrastate and interstate air services, with adequate infrastructure to support it – this service continues to provide that important access into Queensland.”


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