Huge wheat silos dominate the landscape of Moree, a wheat and wool town in the north-west of the State where sunflowers, pecan nuts and cotton are also grown. Over ninety five percent of Australia's total pecan crop is grown at nearby Trawalla Pecan Nut Farm.
Although the bore water tapped at Moree was too heavy in mineral content to be used for irrigation, the warm 41°C water was perfect for easing aches and pains. In 1895 the Moree Spa Pool at East Moree was completed and the town became famous as a health resort. Today, Moree is still renowned as a spa centre with many visitors coming to relax in the famous artesian baths.