The Indigenous Unit, which was established in 1995, is part of the Northern Regional Library & Information Service based in Moree.
The Unit services the Shires of Brewarrina, Gwydir, Moree Plains and Walgett.
Within these Shires are a substantial number of Aboriginal settlements including
Boggabilla, Boomi, Brewarrina, Collarenenbri, Mungindi, Toomelah, Walgett and Moree itself.
Education is the undoubtedly one of life's most valuable assets, so choosing the right school to suit your child's needs if of the upmost importance.
From infants, primary and secondary schools through to NSW TAFE, Moree's diverse selection of schooling includes state, Catholic and Christian options. An array of vocational training opportunities focusing on agricultural, office, hobby and trade courses also aids in educating school leavers, mature aged students, and those seeking a career change.
For younger families, Moree offers several options for pre-school, occasional care, long day care and family day care requirements. Suitable from children from 6 weeks to school-aged, Moree child care centres and pre-schools offer the ideal setting for early childhood education practices.