The only answer to this question must be NO.
Bore water quality is hugely variable and can vary from one property to the next and from one season to the next and may contain impurities injurious to health.
Even if anecdotally tested by usage, bore water should be tested periodically to identify any harmful impurities and steps should then be taken to deal with these impurities.
This process of test and protect will probably not cost as much as you suspect, but it will be money well spent.
Can I take fluoride out of my town water?
Yes, but only by using Reverse Osmosis. Reverse Osmosis is described on this site in greater detail under Technical Information, but suffice it to say, here, that all you are left with after RO are molecules of H2O – nothing else.
For drinking water this is not a good idea as we depend on our drinking water for the essential minerals that are the building blocks of life – iron, calcium, magnesium, potassium etc. So to counteract this a Mineraliser can be added to the RO output to put back into the water all the things we need for healthy life.