The doors to Bank Art Museum Moree (BAMM), the Dhiiyaan Aboriginal Centre, Moree Plains Shire's libraries and council's customer service centre will officially close to the public until further notice from Thursday.
Galleries, museums, libraries, pools and parks were among the latest casualties in the federal government's stage two shutdown measures, announced on Tuesday night.
Personal services such as beauty therapy, waxing, tattoo parlours, massage and nail salons will also be forced to close, while open house inspections and auctions are banned.
Wednesday was the public's final chance to see the current Archibald Prize exhibition in person, before BAMM closed its doors at 5pm.
Although the doors are now shut, BAMM staff will continue to share photos of the Archibald Prize exhibition on its social media pages, so no-one will miss out on seeing it.
Big Sky Libraries in Moree and Mungindi are also now closed until further notice, along with the Dhiiyaan Aboriginal Centre.
All playgrounds across the shire are also closed until further notice, including exercise equipment and playground equipment.
Other than the public toilets located on Balo Street, all other public toilets will be closed. The cleaning of the Balo Street public toilets will be undertaken more frequently.
Council's Moree Customer Service Centre will no longer provide face-to-face service and all enquiries will be addressed over the phone or by email. Please call (02) 6757 3222 to speak with a customer service staff member or email email@example.com. Council's Moree offices will be closed to the general public.
Meanwhile, Gwydir Daycare and Preschool remains open and council's waste collection and water and sewer operations will continue as usual.