Whether you’re enjoying the Great Artesian Drive or simply want to escape from it all, the Mungindi (Hot) Swimming Pool Complex might be the perfect place for you. This unique rural town overlaps the New South Wales and Queensland borders and offers a tranquil mineral bath as well as a cooler pool for swimming laps.
In 1996, the Mungindi Swimming Pool Complex began transporting mineral-rich water from a bore diving 1,037 meters below ground into the Great Artesian Basin. Since then, the basin has supplied naturally rejuvenated waters to the pool and is now a hot spot for locals and those passing through Mungindi.
Artesian Hot Springs Pool in Moree
Mungindi Swimming Pool Complex is home to a relaxing Artesian hot spring pool kept at a cozy 38°C. Flowing with natural waters from underneath the earth, soakers can enjoy a slew of health benefits ranging from less stress to an improved immune system and circulation. The pool is precisely 5.8 meters x 3 meters and is equipped with gentle waterfall spouts.
For those that want to enjoy a chillier experience, the location also comes with a 33-meter swimming pool for laps and playtime. There is even a children’s wading pool, great for families with small kids. When you’re done with your experience, head over to the shower facilities and rinse off before enjoying the rest of your adventure through the rural, country-style town of Mungindi.
Mungindi is the only town in Australia split between two borders: New South Wales and Queensland. It’s approximately 120 km Northwest of Moree. The complex itself is most easily accessible from the Carnarvon Highway. Take the Bucknell exit and continue until you’ve reached your destination.
Address: Bucknell Street, Mungindi, New South Wales, Australia, 2406
Phone: +61 (02) 6753 2347
Season: Year-round | Hours vary by the season