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Come visit the Villages of the Moree Plains Shire. Each village brings it's own unquiness to our Shire, and are all deserving of a visit or an overnight stay.




An alternative to living outside of the township of Moree, is the small community of Ashley. Consisting of a small general store, Ashley offers a great under cover play area for the kids to enjoy.    


Home of the famous Wobbly Boot Hotel, Boggabilla is located on the Newell Highway, north of Moree, before crossing over the border into Queensland.   


Up on the border on the New South Wales side of the MacIntyre River. Boomi welcomes overnight visitors to enjoy their small community with all it has to offer -from self guided tours, fishing, endulging in the waters of the Artesian Pools, to taking a cotton tour during the Cotton season.



Located between Moree and Mungindi, Garah is home to the famous annual Talmoi Races in June.       



Located 120km from Moree offers visitors a great stop over if continuing on the Carnarvon Highway. The township offers Hotel accomodation at the Jolly Swagman Hotel, along with a Caravan Park. While you are there you can enjoy a spot of fishing in the Barwon River, or relax in the artesian waters at the local Municipal pools.

Many historical items are on display at the local History Park, and informative farm tours when various crops are in season.
Just over the Queensland border you can turn off to see the famous ‘One Ton Post’. The significance of the One Ton Post is the largest surveyor peg, representing on the map where the straight line meets the squiggly line on the map of Australia.
Mungindi offers a wide range of services and facilities to its visitors and residents.


The small village approximately 30 kilometres east of Moree on the banks of the Gwydir River  has a number of food and grocery service businesses, including a post office with banking facilities, a primary school, sporting amenities, a cafe/takeaway shop and Hotel.

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