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Moree Artesian Aquatic Centre

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  1. Two people swim in hot springs
    Photograph: Destination NSW
  2. Moree Hot Spring Artesian Baths
    Photograph: Destination NSW

Time Out says

This thermal pool has been drawing crowds since 1895

People have been enjoying the mineral-rich, naturally filtered and heated waters here since 1895. These days, however, an impressive complex has grown up around the hot spring including an Olympic-sized pool, children’s “hydroplay” area, a wellness centre, gym, and a day spa attached to the artesian baths.

Right now, the whole entire complex is fresh off a whopping $7 million redevelopment, but it is home to the very same 'Artesian' water that has long been lauded for its healing properties, both here, and overseas for thousands of years. 

Plus, it's extremely family friendly. If you’ve got kids, but you’re looking to a getaway with a few perks for the grownups, there’s plenty to give the sprogs a fun day out, including a Kid's Splash Park and kid-friendly swimming lessons. 

As of May 2023, the 38 degree celsius Passive Pool, the 32 degree Program Pool, and the waterslide (which is open between noon and 4pm on weekends and school holidays) are all open for business, while the Active Hot Pool and Wellness Centre Pool (aka, the main attractions) are closed for renovation. These two hot spots are slated to re-open to the public in July 2023, but until that day comes, you can still kick back and feel the rejuvinating  benefits of the thermal water at the two remaining hot water areas in the facility. 

You can stay in the know about all up-to-date happenings at Moree on their website. 

Want more steamy action? Check out our guide to the best hot springs in NSW 

Maya Skidmore
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Maya Skidmore


Anne St
Opening hours:
on-Fri 6am-7pm, Sat, Sun 8am-6pm
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