Discover Breeza

Breeza is located about 45 kilometers south of Gunnedah on the Kamilaroi Highway and the North-West railway line, close to where it crosses the Mooki River. Breeza is also located in the Liverpool Plains agricultural region, the area around Breeza is known as the 'Breeza Plains'.

The aboriginal name for Breeza means "one hill".

Enveloped in the sweeping Breeza plains is the birthplace of infamous bushranger - with a gentlemanly charm - Ben Hall. A mural stands in the heart of Breeza to commemerate Ben Hall's final years set against "those wild colonial days" of yesteryear.

The Breeza War Memorial is a granite memorial with marble name plaques, surmounted by the remnants of a machine gun. Ornate, with coloured Australian national and Union Jack flags combined with laurel wreath inlay.
Local amenities include picnic facilities.

Progress Association
Andrew Pursehouse - Secretary
Phone: (02)6744 5801 or 0428 667 453
Fax: (02)6744 5811

Free Rest Area: Square Bush Rest Area (overnight)
This rest area is beside the highway and has a few shade trees. It is best for caravans that are self sufficient.
Facilities include: Picnic Table, Fireplace, NO Toilets, NO Water, Rubbish bins provided, Dogs are OK, Suitable for all size caravans.
Located 6 kilometers south of Breeza and 34 kilometers north of Quirindi on the Kamilaroi Highway.


Opening Hours
Mon to Fri: 9am - 5pm
Sat and Sun: 10am - 3pm

83 Chandos Street, Gunnedah, NSW 2380

02 6740 2230 | 1800 KOALAS





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