Breeza is a locality in New South Wales, Australia. In 2006 it had a population of 133 people. It is about 43 kilometres south of Gunnedah, in the Liverpool Plains agricultural region. The area around Breeza in particular is called the "Breeza Plains". The name "Breeza" may be derived from an Aboriginal word meaning "one hill".
Breeza is on the Kamilaroi Highway and the North-west railway line, close to where it crosses the Mooki River. Breeza has a grain silo.