Things to See
On your explorations of the main street of Moruya you will encounter large timber carvings such as the 3-metre tall ‘The Airman’ in Vulcan Street. This carving was modelled on the World War II Dutch aviator Gus Winckel. It honours the "allied aircrew, ground support and ancillary staff who operated from Moruya airfield during the war years".
Hand crafted from large slabs by internationally recognised artist Bryan Carrick, there are 10 in all to be discovered.
* Pelagic Fish on the corner of Church and Vulcan Streets
* The Footballer in Mirrabooka Avenue
* The Little Mermaid and the Gold Miner in the Apex Park
* The Dolphins outside the Air Raid Tavern in Vulcan Street
* The Jazz Man near the Monarch Hotel in Vulcan Street
* Aboriginal Man, Black Swans, The Seapole and the Snake all in Vulcan Street, the main street.