Moruya offers plenty of outdoor adventures – kayaking, cycling, skydiving, fishing and surfing.

There are markets on each Tuesday and Saturday with delicious fresh regional produce

Nearby Moruya South Head has a sheltered National Park beach  at Shelly Beach and as well as a patrolled main beach nearby.

The Moruya South Head lookout is well worth the visit as it offers spectacular views up and down the coast and is one of the many vantage points along the coast for whale watching

The Moruya Cycleway and the Moruya Kayaking Trail are great ways to see the meandering river.


The Deua National Park offers opportunities to experience genuine wilderness with beautiful and remote campgrounds, forests, swimming holes, waterfalls and spectacular natural features. The amazing limestone Bendethera Caves, and nearby Hanging Mountain lookout, with its views across the sacred mountains of Gulaga and Biamanga, are highlights. 4WD is mandatory throughout most of the park.

For those who enjoy walking Eurobodalla offers some exceptional walks. The nearest one to Moruya, (the Bingi Dreaming Track ) starts at Congo and makes it’s way south following the coastline to Tuross Head.


 

​Moruya is a cultural hub with a thriving arts community and hosts a full and surprising events calendar.  In August the town becomes the heart of the River of Art, a 10-day shire-wide celebration of visual art, sculpture, performing arts, and film and theatre.  

Check our event calendar to ensure you don’t miss the many great experiences the Eurobodalla offers over the year.

Accommodation options range from caravan and camping grounds to hotels, motels and a few B&Bs.

There is a wide variety of restaurants and cafes to cater for most tastes.

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MORUYA TO DOs:

 

Go for a cycle

A cycleway leads from Russ Martin Park on the southern shores of the Moruya River to the hospital upstream and to the TAFE at the southern end of town.

There is a near complete cycleway that also goes to Moruya South Head with a 2km section that you need to ride on a wide tarred road shoulder. You can cross the Moruya bridge on the eastern side. Click on the link to visit our CYCLING Page that has all the info you need.

 

Go Fishing

Visit our FISHING Page

Moruya has great river side fishing. Just find a bit of shoreline along either bank. For those who prefer beach fishing Moruya South Head and Moruya North head training wall are two favoured spots for salmon. For tips and location info visit our FISHING page

 

Go for a Walk

Walking around Moruya is a pleasure as the old buildings come alive if you do a bit of pre-reading of the towns HISTORY.

and be sure to take the Moruya Town Walking details with you. If you enjoy walks further afield then visit our WALKING page for more information

 

Discover our Local History

Moruya has a rich and interesting history. Have a read and then watch the town come alive as you walk it with fresh eyes.

 

Discover or Markets
Moruya has two markets to enjoy and explore.
Sage Markets specialising in local produce each Tuesday at Riverside Park from 3pm onwards
Moruya Country Markets at Riverside Park, Moruya each Saturday 7:30am to 1:30pm


 

Skydive Moruya

Lot 1, Bruce Cameron Drive Moruya Airport NSW 2536

Skydiving to the beach near Batemans Bay / Moruya is an experience not to be missed! Embrace the fear, hop in the plane, soak up the ocean views, feel the rush of a lifetime as you free fall with your experienced instructor, scream out with joy as you fly your parachute and glide back down and land on the beach

Ph 1300 185 180 fun@skydiveoz.com.au  Daily: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm

 

SURFING or KAYAKING

Why not try your hand at surfing or stand up paddle boarding with one of Broulee’s two great surf schools. Both Broulee Surf School and Surf the Bay Surf School offer lessons with qualified instructors or simply hire some gear for a fabulous day on the beach.

The Moruya River is also a perfect place to explore on a SUP or by kayak. Visit our SURFING page or our KAYAKING page for more info.

There is so much to do whilst in the region. 

The best place to start is to visit the South Coast Travel Guide that covers South Durras in the north to the Tilbas in the South. 

Explore, Discover and Enjoy this stunning corner of South East NSW with its #allkindsofnatural