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You’ll have access to a range of vehicles from selected Toyota dealerships, on-street and off-street locations - some available 24/7.
Only pay for what you need.
Hire by the hour or day, week, month, all the way up a year. All bookings include fuel, insurance (excess applies) and 24/7 roadside assist.
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You can manage your booking from the app on your smartphone - and it's even your car key. Complete vehicle inspections using the app and enjoy full digital self-service car hire.
Moree Artesian Aquatic Centre
If you’re looking for some rest and relaxation, then head over to the Moree Artesian Aquatic Centre and take a dip in the rejuvenating waters. The pools within the aquatic centre are filled with mineral-rich artesian water that has flowed underground for thousands of years. The water seeps through the rock underground and is filtered and clarified before it is ready for visitors to soak in its benefits. The pools have been in use since 1895 and are a testament to their popularity. With huge recent upgrades to the centre, this is an old gem with a facelift. Come and swim in the pools or just soak in the benefits of the minerals and salts, which include better blood circulation, reduced joint and muscle pain, hydrating and rejuvenating skin, and lymphatic detox.
Moree Markets in Jellicoe Park
Jellicoe Park is located on the banks of the Mehi River and is a beautiful park to come and spend some time lounging in the sun, to throw the frisbee with friends or to go for a picnic. What’s great about this park is that on the first Sunday of every month, Jellicoe Park plays host to the Moree Markets. Start your day right with a trip to the markets, browsing through the vast range of stalls offering local goods. You’ll find everything from local art, crafts, homewares, jewellery, accessories, plants, fresh produce, pantry items, and so much more.
Bank Art Museum Moree
If you’re interested in art, then take a trip to the Bank Art Museum Moree. The museum is a fascinating way to learn about art while wandering the gallery and seeing the exhibitions on display. While visiting the museum, you will see the diverse collection of both Indigenous and non-Indigenous art from the late 19th century to the present day. The collections feature local artists and works that respect the past and welcome the present. In addition to the collections of art, there are also events to attend and workshops to take part in and learn new skills.
Moree Heritage Walk
A great way to get to know a new location is to learn about the history. Lucky for visitors, there is a self-guided Heritage Walk that meanders through the town, stopping at significant landmarks of the Moree area. Grab your walking shoes and camera and explore the town of Moree. There are 14 stops in total on the Heritage Walk, which is accompanied by an information sheet to discover more about each destination when you arrive. This is a wonderful way not only to get to know the area but also to get out in the sunshine and explore the town. Some of the highlights of this walk include the Moree War Memorial Hall, the Bank Art Museum Moree and the Moree Court House.
If you’re looking to slip in a round of golf, then stop by the Moree Golf Club, a gorgeous tree-lined golf course nestled in the heart of Moree. This stunning course is well maintained and offers golfers a challenging course with water obstacles while being based on either side of the Mehi River. The course is set on beautiful 328 couch grass greens and kikuyu fairways. When you’re finished on the course, head to the clubhouse restaurant, Ma Ma Chim, for a mouth-watering meal and an ice-cold drink.
What better way to explore a new town than on your bike? Strap on your helmet and get out into the fresh air as you explore the scenic beauty of the gorgeous Moree area while riding your bike. There are plenty of spots to ride through and see nature up close while out for a ride through town. Feel the wind whip through your hair and the sun shining down on you as you zip down country roads and dirt paths, seeing this superb location up close and personal. Find your own way around or jump online and check out cycling paths laid out by locals.
Agricultural Tours Moree
If you’re looking for something a little different to do, then look no further. Moree is a significant agricultural area, making it a fantastic location to learn about different types of farming. There are tour companies around Moree dedicated to showing visitors a little more about Moree’s agriculture. The tours include a Pecan Nut Farm Tour, where you have the opportunity to tour a Pecan Nut plantation, sample some of the goods and enjoy a beautiful morning tea under the lovely trees. Additionally, there is a Cotton Farm and Cotton Gin Tour. Here, you’ll see the cotton being picked from the farm, packed into bales and brought to the Cotton Gin, where it is processed and treated, then packaged for delivery. Lastly, there is the Lightning Ridge Tour through The Ridge, which is known globally as the largest source of quality opals. The tour will take you through various mines and opal fields to explore and see before being given the chance to purchase some opals to take home.
Visit the Gwydir Wetlands in Moree, a significant conservation area for the birdlife that stretches over 800 hectares of land. The Gwydir Wetlands were previously shut off to allow populations of birdlife to return and repopulate. Recently, the wetlands have reopened for visitors to come back, explore and admire the flourishing biodiversity. The best way to explore the wetlands is in a lightweight canoe due to the shallow depths of the lagoon. So, get paddling and tour the water. We recommend bringing your binoculars to see some of the 75 species of waterbirds that inhabit the wetlands.
See the Stars
Moree is a regional town, and due to its location and size, there is less light pollution than in the inner city. This means it is a great spot to stargaze under the night skies. Explore the town during the day, and come night, step out under the sea of stars. The best way to see the stars with the naked eye is while camping away from town to avoid any lights potentially obstructing your view. So grab your camping gear, find a beautiful spot to camp, lay out under the skies and take your time spotting the different constellations. And, if you’re really lucky, you might just see a shooting star to wish upon.
Remember to check the local guidelines and opening hours of attractions and facilities to plan your visit accordingly.