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Moree Heritage and Art Deco Guided Walk


Take a walk down memory lane with a guided Heritage and Art Deco Walk around Moree's central business district area.

This journey will explore the exquisite Art Deco architecture. Dating back to the period between 1920 and 1939, Art Deco utilises a combination of modern art movements and design principles as well as ideas from ancient geometric design styles. This tour explores the main street of Moree which showcases exquisitely restored heritage-listed buildings influenced by American, Egyptian, Greek and Spanish design practices.

While embarking on this journey through time you will learn of some of the major events in the history of this unique town.




Corner Newell and Gwydir Highways
Moree, NSW, 2400

Located 0.0K from Northern NSW

The Gift Barrel


Visitors may not be prepared for the number of amazing handmade gifts and goodies to be found at The Gift Barrel. Skilfully handmade knits, exquisite baby clothes, embroidered towels, crocheted doilies and folk art item can be found alongside delicious locally made jams and pickles in this treasure trove of a store.




61 Heber Street
Moree, NSW, 2400

Located 0.1K from Northern NSW

Assef's


Established in 1938, Assef's is one of the oldest and largest fashion boutiques in rural NSW servicing Moree and the surrounding area. They stock leading brands and pride themselves on providing exceptional quality and personal service. There's something at Assef's for every member of the family. It's your department store with so much more!




139-143 Balo Street
Moree, NSW, 2400

Located 0.1K from Northern NSW

Moree Plains Gallery


Moree Plains Gallery, through the permanent collection, changing exhibitions and diverse public programs, strives to stimulate knowledge and to widen horizons. Their goal is inspired by the far-reaching plains of the Moree region and by the Gallery's aim to expand people's cultural vision across the wide community.

Moree Plains Gallery is one of the few regional galleries is New South Wales not owned and run by local government. The Gallery is managed by the Moree Cultural Art Foundation, under whose guidance the collection and programs continue to develop strongly. Nevertheless, the Gallery receives invaluable support from Moree Plains Shire Council, which owns the magnificent 1911 Edwardian-style Gallery building and provides generous triennial funding.





Corner Frome and Heber Streets
Moree, NSW, 2400

Located 0.1K from Northern NSW

Mehi Murri Art Studio


Mehi Murri was formed by a group of Aboriginal (Murri) students from the Moree TAFE Campus in the town of Moree in Kamilaroi (Gamilaroi) country.

The founders of Mehi Murri wanted to set up an environment where Aboriginal students could study their culture and express it through art and craft, and provide an essential opportunity for you to meet with, interact, and hear the Murri's share their stories of their life.

At the Mehi Murri Art Studio you are free to watch students as they paint. They are happy to talk with you about their designs, their style of art and what has inspired the designs they are creating.

Art works can be purchased directly from the artist giving you the opportunity to have the artist tell you the story behind the piece and enable you to take home something you now have a personal understanding of.







Located behind Moree Plains Gallery,
Heber Street,
Corner of Frome Street
Moree, NSW, 2400

Located 0.1K from Northern NSW

Moree Motor Enthusiasts


Moree has a strong Motor Enthusiasts Club. Currently meetings are held on the third Wednesday of every month at the Moree Regional Library at 7pm. The club hosts regular observation runs and presents a fantastic Show "n" Shine Motor Trade Show at the September Moree Markets. Great outing for Fathers Days.




Tourism Moree,
Corner Newell and Gwydir Highways
Moree, NSW, 2400

Located 0.2K from Northern NSW

The Moree Gallery


The Moree Gallery brings the work of established and successful artists, as well as, emerging artists, to northern New South Wales with four exhibitions each year. More information on the individual exhibitions is available on the website.

The Moree Gallery Shop stocks unique, handmade jewellery, delicious gourmet food items and a range of distinctive gift lines.




Max cente Heber Street
Moree, NSW, 2400

Located 0.2K from Northern NSW

Mary Brand Park


Situated on the banks of the Mehi River and representing great significance to Moree's history is Mary Brand Park named after Moree's first store-keeper and hotelier, Mary Brand. Featuring a traditional four-room slab hut 'Meei Cottage', Mary Brand Park offers a spectacular opportunity to relax under the shady canopies of century-old fig trees whilst enjoying the various bird and wildlife that inhabit the surrounding parklands.

A must for photographers and an ideal picnic area; the park backs on to the Mehi River jetty where it is popular for fishing and water sports.

The park commemorates Mary Brand's return to Moree after the death of her first husband, James Brand. Mary built her second store in Moree on this site. She also founded the town's first Hotel, the Moree Inn in 1861.




Bank Street
Moree, NSW, 2400

Located 0.3K from Northern NSW

Rocket Park


The original rocket was built in Kirkby Park in 1972 to commemorate the Centenary of Education. It was built with money left over from the Centenary of Education Ball held as part of the celebrations. It is believed it was a suggestion of June Mckinnon that something be built for the children of Moree to play on, she was right on the money, many children played and enjoyed it for many years before occupational health and safety took over. The much loved rocket was deemed to be unsuitable and was closed.

Today, the giant colourful model has been rebuilt, standing 14.9 metres tall and costing AUD220,000. The rocket was launched on 11 July 2009 by astronomer in charge Dr Fred Watson.




Kirkby Park
Moree, NSW, 2400

Located 0.5K from Northern NSW

Moree Lands Office Historical Building


The Moree Lands Office is an example of a two-storey timber office building, designed by the colonial architect, Walter Liberty Vernon. One notable employee was Edward Bulwer Lytton Dickens, son of Charles Dickens, who worked in the Lands Office from 1900 to 1902.

The building is constructed of timber and corrugated iron and originally contained eight rooms with a central corridor. The design only contained the front and rear veranda. An additional veranda was contracted, connecting the two existing verandas after the building was raised in height in 1902 to 1903. It is likely the reason for the raising of the building was to protect valuable records from floodwaters.

The building was almost destroyed by fire on 21st January 1980. The building is significant as an outstanding example of a timber building design for making a strong contribution to the historic Frome Street streetscape with other heritage significant buildings.





Frome Street
Moree, NSW, 2400

Located 0.7K from Northern NSW

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