Inland northern NSW - Moree area
Join a strong and vibrant rural community that takes pride in being family-friendly, enjoying the best of the inland lifestyle complete with modern conveniences and services.
Known as the Spa Capital of Australia, the Moree area is famous for its thermal spas and impeccably restored art deco heritage.
Sports are a large part of life in Moree with swimming pools, a golf course, tennis courts and numerous playing fields scattered throughout the area. From fishing in the Gwydir Delta waterways, rejuvenating in soothing thermal springs or exploring the thriving arts scene, you’ll find the Moree area is full of surprises and a place that you and your family can proudly call home.
Moree and its surrounding towns offer a comprehensive range of modern health and allied community services while affordable housing is also readily available.
Known as an agricultural region, the area also offers great opportunities for education. Schools such as Moree East Public School feature modern buildings and flexible learning spaces where students can develop their talents and achieve excellence.
Share your skills as an educator and enhance your career – you could also be eligible for a rental subsidy of 50 per cent or a rural teacher incentive with a value of $20,000 to $25,000 per annum.
Moree is an exciting and picturesque place – there’s always something to do and there is a great arts and culture scene. Lots of job opportunities, affordable housing and a beautiful landscape make it the best place to live.
What is it like to live and work in the Moree area?
Schools in the area offering incentives and benefits include:
Benefits and incentives
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For more information regarding rural and remote benefits and incentives please contact EdConnect.
- Existing employees of the department, phone 1300 32 32 32 (select option 3) or log an online enquiry.
- New applicants to the department, phone 1300 30 04 98.