SPOTLIGHT ON MOREE’S TOURISM DELIGHTS WITH NEW PROMO MATERIAL

Tuesday, 25 June 2019

 

BUBBLING hot natural springs, long countryside lunches, Aboriginal arts and vast cotton fields are among the idyllic vistas which feature in a new content package designed to showcase the beauty of the Moree district, Northern Tablelands MP Adam Marshall announced today.

 

Mr Marshall said the stunning series of videos and images, produced by the NSW Government, focused on the array of authentic experiences on offer in and around Moree.

 

“Initiatives like this are crucial for growing tourism in our region,” Mr Marshall said.

 

“This is about promoting the best of the bush to the world.

 

“There’s so much to see and do in Moree, whether that’s relaxing in the town’s iconic mineral springs, relishing a long lunch in the countryside, appreciating the local art or meet your producers with a tour at a local pecan farm.

 

“No matter your age, background or interests, the rich diversity of our region means there is something for everybody to enjoy.”

 

The initiative was started earlier this year, when Mr Marshall was the State’s Tourism Minister, and he’s delighted with the final result.

 

“These images and videos are magnificent and show the Moree district at its very best,” he said.

 

“I know Tourism Moree will use this new content to promote the district far and wide and attract even more tourists and their dollars into the region.”

 

Key attractions and experiences featured in the new Moree content package include:

 

  1. Moree on a Plate – This annual ‘festival of flavour’ showcases the abundance of food and wine produced in Moree and the surrounding region. It features food and wine stalls, celebrity cooking classes and a Gala Event, which includes a Long Lunch.
  2. Moree Artesian Aquatic Centre (MAAC) – Enjoy the health benefits of natural artesian mineral waters, right in the heart of Moree. The MAAC caters for everyone with several spas, pools and a waterslide, as well as a Day Spa.
  3. Moree Water Park – This family friendly facility caters for an array of water-based activities including water skiing, rowing, dragon boat racing, jet skiing, wakeboarding, canoeing and kayaking.
  4. Bank Art Museum Moree (BAMM) – Housed in a magnificent Edwardian-style building which was once a bank, the BAMM boasts an impressive art collection and a diverse range of public programs.
  5. Yaama Ganu Centre – Yaama Ganu is a not-for-profit Aboriginal art gallery and café, which proudly supports and features consigned works from artists of the local Kamilaroi Nation and Aboriginal-managed art centres from communities around Australia.
  6. Woolaway Wines Cellar Door – Founded by two friends, Woolaway Wines is Moree’s first cellar door. Taking advantage of the local grape varieties in Moree, Woolaway Wines is open for wine tasting, as well as morning and afternoon tea.

 

View and download the new Moree content package here:

 

Moree highlights – https://vimeo.com/336519612/ddffa52f35

Moree selects – https://vimeo.com/336519140/566cb64557

Images can be found in the Destination NSW content library – https://content.destinationnsw.com.au/

 

 

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