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02 6752 2723


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02 6752 2723


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reservations@gwydirthermalpoolsresort.com.au


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Soak your worries away in our thermal pools in Moree

Our Artesian Pools

 

 Are you ready for a relaxing weekend away? If you haven’t yet experienced our natural pools in Moree, you don’t know what you’re missing out on. The Gwydir Thermal Pools Resort is located in N.S.W and is known for it’s warm climate all year round. Enjoy access to our 5-artesian hot pools with all of them only metres away from your motel room. The Artesian thermal water that fills our pools is drawn from the Great Artesian Basin at a depth of approximately 720 metres (2400 feet). This is Mother Nature at it’s best. 

 

When you visit us in Moree, you can expect a memorable and relaxing time away with your family and friends. Take things at your own pace and soak it all in. Our rooms are modern, fresh and inclusive of every comfort you would expect for a rejuvenating mini break including a kitchenette, Foxtel, Wifi, BBQ facilities and much more. The rooms are all self contained so you can have all the privacy you desire. Depending on your needs, we have one-bedroom apartments starting from $130 per night- this includes (one queen and one single bed) and $180 per night for a family room with two queen beds and two single beds. We also a disabled access room available for your convenience too. All our motel accommodation is based on a two-person occupancy however you can add an extra person for an additional $20 per night.

 

If you’re interested in experiencing our thermal night pools in Moree, look no further than The Gwydir Thermal Pools Resort.  Please contact us today to book your holiday on (02) 6752-2723 and experience the healing qualities of the Artesian hot springs today.

At the Gwydir Thermal Pools Resort we have 5 Artesian Hot pools on premises. Our pools are located only metres from our motel rooms. The Artesian thermal water that fills our pools is drawn from the Great Artesian Basin at a depth of approximately 720 metres, (2400 feet).