- Moore, Queensland, a town
- Division of Moore, Western Australia, an electoral division
- Moore River, river in Western Australia
- Moore River National Park, Western Australia
- United Kingdom
- Moore, Cheshire, England
- United States
- Moore, Indiana
- Moore, Idaho
- Moore, Montana
- Moore, Oklahoma
- Moore, Pennsylvania
- Moore, South Carolina
- Moore, Texas
- Moore County, North Carolina
- Moore County, Tennessee
- Moore County, Texas
- Moore Haven, Florida
- Moore (lunar crater), lunar impact crater that is located on the far side of the Moon
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