Education in Moree

A list of primary and secondary schools follows.  Click on the links for more information.


Primary Schools


Secondary Schools


Tertiary Education

  • TAFE- The Moree TAFE campus is a specialist centre for agriculture and carpentry and joinery and offers major programs in indigenous art, business services, retail studies, cotton ginning and general education. Other course areas include clothing production, information technology, engineering trades (welding) and personal and community services.
  • Northern Inland Community College Moree- The College employs local Program Coordinators to develop educational programs to meet the needs of their community.  The programs include General ACE, hobby and leisure, accredited vocational training, literacy and numeracy and staff professional development for small businesses and government departments.
  • Country Universities Centre North West- Country Universities is a not-for-profit organisation that aims to improve equity in higher educational opportunities for rural and remote families. These Country University Centres provide enhanced support for students studying within all the affiliate centres through partnership arrangements with universities and forms a centralised point of contact with state and national bodies such as TAFE NSW. This allows students to access high-speed technology and campus-like facilities with extended opening hours, access to a broader range of university degree pathways, strong tutorial and support network and the ability to source mentors and/or job opportunities through CUC's industry partnerships.