TOWN OF MOREE

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Moree’ is an Indigenous word meaning “long water hole”. Before white settlement, the area was occupied by the Kamilaroi people whose descendants still reside in the town and surrounding areas.

The town of Moree has a population of roughly 10,000 people and is located approximately 90Km south of the Queensland border on the junction of the Newell and Gwydir Highways, 665Km north west of Sydney.

In terms of Tourism, Moree is promoted as the Artesian Spa Capital of Australia. The town has a popular, hot artesian spa bath complex that attracts thousands of visitors every year.

BY CAR

Travelling north on the Newell Highway heading into Moree, you will get to the Moree Airport on your left. Continue past the airport (for approx 1.5km) and take the first left, which is Amaroo Drive. The Amaroo Tavern is approx 200 metres down Amaroo Drive on your right … look for the Big Plane out the front!

BY TRAIN

The Northern Tablelands Explorer departs Sydney daily, travelling to Moree via Newcastle, on through the Hunter Valley and through the historic rail centre of Werris Creek.

BY PLANE

Qantas operate 2 flights per day to/from Sydney via Narrabri.

MOREE ATTRACTIONS

MOREE LIFESTYLE

(Video Courtesy of Moree Tourism)

The home of The Big Plane

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AMAROO TAVERN

Family tavern, dog friendly, events & functions, live music, beer garden, pub food, wood-fired pizza, live sports.

The Amaroo Tavern is a community driven business. Supporting, supplying and serving the best from our local neighbourhood.

HOURS

The Amaroo Tavern opening hours are currently impacted by COVID-19 restrictions.

Monday: 10am - 10pm
Tuesday: 
10am - 10pm
Wednesday: 
10am - 11pm 
Thursday: 
10am - 11pm
Friday: 
10am - Midnight
Saturday: 
10am - Midnight
Sunday: 
10am - 10pm

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Amaroo Dr, Moree NSW 2400
P. (02) 6752 4911
E. info@amarootavern.com.au
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