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Moree Special Activation Precinct

A Moree Special Activation Precinct is being investigated and will look at ways to take advantage of its location in the middle of the most productive grain region in Australia.


Plans for Moree

Known for its high-value agricultural produce, innovative farming and concentration of agribusinesses, the Moree precinct will cover an area of 4,716 hectares.

The precinct will take advantage of its location, leveraging the Inland Rail route and Newell Highway to create a thriving new business hub.

Industry and employment opportunities

Building on its road, rail and air transport connections, the precinct will create jobs across a range of industries, including: 

  • Value-added agriculture
  • Horticulture
  • Freight and logistics

Moree is set to become a true intermodal hub that will enable businesses to access global markets

Next steps

The Moree draft master plan exhibition closed on 15 June 2021.

Submissions made during the exhibition period have been assessed and considered by the Department of Planning, Industry and Environment. 

Before the plan is finalised, the Department will inform the community and key stakeholders of changes made to the master plan based on feedback.

The final master plan and government investment decision is expected by the end of 2021.

There will be additional opportunities for the community to provide feedback on the Moree Special Activation Precinct beyond the master planning phase of the project.  This will include consultation on the Delivery Plan in 2022.

To stay up to date on the latest information, contact the project team to subscribe to future updates. 

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