Interstate Removalist Moree

Interstate Removalist Moree

Interstate Removalist Moree


Interstate Removalist Moree – Moving to or from Moree? We’ve got you covered.

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If you’re looking for a Moree Removalist you can’t go past 1800 Removals.

With decades of combined removal experience our team will get your move done efficiently with no fuss.

We quote our Moree removalist to include two men for your local removal, however  you can always hire an extra removalist to get the job done faster. 1800 removals can help your with your removal of a unit or 2 bedroom houses with a small truck, 3-4 for bedroom house with the medium sized trucks or a large 5+ bedroom home with the large trucks. Otherwise at a cheaper rate we can supply just one man and small truck.

We perform thousands of local and Interstate removals every year. Locally family owned and operated!

Interstate Removalist Moree

Moree is a large town in Moree Plains Shire in northern New South Wales, Australia. It is located on the banks of the Mehi River in the centre of the rich black-soil plains.

Moree is a major agricultural centre, noted for its part in the Australian cotton-growing industry which was established there in the early 1960s. The first cotton plant in Moree was from a farm called Wilga. It was grown by Bill and Betty Lynch. The town is located at the junction of the Newell Highway and Gwydir Highway and can be reached by daily train and air services from Sydney. It is situated in the Shire of Moree Plains. Like many towns and cities in Australia, Moree shares its name with a much smaller community in Northern Ireland in County Tyrone. At the 2011 census, Moree had a population of 9,346, which was an increase from 8,083 in 2006.

Things to do in Moree


 Murdingi Hot Pool

Bucknell Street Mungindi NSW 2406

Phone:(02) 6753 2389


The Moree Gallery

Address:Max cente Heber Street Moree NSW 2400

Phone:(02) 6752 3927


Address:Werrina Street Boomi NSW 2405
 Phone:(02) 6753 5336



The Kamilaroi people, whose descendants are still in the town, were the early inhabitants of the area. Major Sir Thomas Mitchellwent to the district at the request of the acting governor after the recapture of escaped convict George Clarke who told of a great river called the Kindur in 1832. Clarke had been living in the area to the south with the Kamilaroi from 1826-1831. Squatters soon followed in Mitchell’s wake establishing pastoral runs, among which was ‘Moree’ (1844), from a Kamilaroi term believed to mean either ‘long waterhole’ or ‘rising sun’.

In 1851 James and Mary Brand arrived and built a general store on the banks of the river in 1852. A post office was added the following year. The family sold up and moved to the Hunter Region in 1857 but James died in 1858 leaving Mary with six children so she returned opened another business and in 1861 she opened the town’s first inn.

Moree was gazetted as a town in 1862 with land sales proceeding that year. A court of petty sessions was established in 1863 and there was a severe flood in 1864. The first constable arrived and a police station was set up in 1865. The first church (Wesleyan) was built in 1867 when the town had a population of 43.


Moree Airport is served by regular Qantas airline services. The now defunct Brindabella Airlines provided a service to and from Brisbane up until 27 January 2012.

Moree railway station is situated on the Mungindi line, 665 kilometres (413 mi) from Sydney. The station opened in 1897 and currently marks the northernmost point of passenger services on the line, a daily NSW TrainLink Xplorer diesel railcar to and from Sydney.

NSW TrainLink operate a coach service from Moree to Grafton. Crisps Coaches operate a coach service from Moree to Warwick with connections to Brisbane and Toowoomba.

moree_railway_stationNotable People

Emma Moffatt, triathlete, 2 times world champion (2009 and 2010), 3rd at the Beijing Olympic Games 2008.

The youngest child of English author Charles Dickens, Edward Bulwer Lytton Dickens (1852–1902) emigrated to Australia, living in Moree and became MP for Wilcannia. He is buried in Moree cemetery.

Mary Brand (1827–1900) was the first female shopkeeper and first hotelier in Moree. She is commemorated by the town’s Mary Brand Park, where a replica of her shop and house were situated until they burnt down in 2012. She is also buried in the Moree Cemetery.

Mary Gaudron was the first female Justice of the High Court of Australia.

Peter Taylor, who retired from the Australian Cricket Team, now lives in Moree.

Country music singer-songwriter John Williamson has strong roots in Moree, his mother and a large part of his extended family still live there.

Australian rugby union player Van Humphries grew up in Moree.

Cameron Hammond is the first aboriginal person from Moree to go to the Commonwealth Games (Delhi 2010), where he boxed in the welterweight division. In March 2012, he qualified for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.

The philosopher and essayist David Stove was born in Moree in 1927.





St Philomena’s School, Moree NSW
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55 Boston Street, Moree NSW 2400 Australia

Moree Secondary College Carol Ave Campus, Moree East NSW
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Carol Ave, Moree East NSW 2400 Australia

Moree Public School, Moree NSW
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Albert St , Moree NSW 2400 Australia

Moree East Public School, Moree NSW
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Adelaide St, Moree NSW 2400 Australia


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Moree Police Station

5 Sheridan St, Cairns QLD 4870
(07) 4030 7000

Moree Fire Station

5 Sheridan St, Cairns QLD 4870
(07) 4030 7000

Interstate Removalist Moree
Interstate Removalist Wodonga

A tight budget doesn’t mean you’re small move can’t be exceptional. That’s because we deliver the same big service no matter how small the load. With 1800 removalist there are no minimum weight requirements. Depending on how much you ship, our small removalist quote will save you money on your small move.

Moving Quick Tip – Interstate Removalist Moree

To prevent your belongings getting mixed up with other people’s boxes and furniture during a move, clearly label all boxes with your name and their contents and have an inventory count of the number of items you are moving.

For more helpful tips when moving check moving from an apartment or change of address checklist.