On the banks of the beautiful Moruya River, Moruya is a delightful town with plenty of outdoor adventures — kayaking, cycling, skydiving, fishing and surfing. In the splendid Eurobodalla region, Moruya celebrates the delicious fresh regional produce at the weekly SAGE Farmers Market and Moruya Country Market.

Getting to Moruya is easy. The drive south from Sydney is four hours and from Canberra a little over two hours. You can also fly from Sydney to Moruya Airport and rent a car. Take a scenic drive to Historic Quarry Park, a pretty riverside picnic spot where the stones of the Sydney Harbour Bridge’s pylons were extracted.

Quarry Park - Moruya - Batemans Bay and Eurobodalla

At Moruya Heads is gorgeous Shelly Beach and the Moruya Heads lookout, a superb vantage point for whale watching on the NSW South Coast. More fine beaches are south of here at Congo and Bingi, including Bingi Bingi Point. Explore local Aboriginal cultural heritage on the Bingi Dreaming Track, which follows song lines.

For an aerial adventure, join Skydive Oz for a thrilling jump above the stunning coast or take a scenic flight with Merit Aviation and South Coast Seaplanes, which will also fly you to waterside restaurants. The Moruya Cycleway and the Moruya Kayaking Trail are great ways to see the meandering river.

Kayaking is popular too on the rivers in the Deua National Park, just west of Moruya. You’ll find plenty of places to stay in Moruya and a delicious selection of restaurants and cafes. Check out the events calendar for festivals, markets and shows.

Moruya Airport

Fly into Moruya Airport

Moruya Airport is located 5km from Moruya’s town centre. Use the taxi services at the airport to make the short trip southwest. Alternatively, rent a car from the hire services available at the airport and explore the Eurobodalla region at your own pace.

Regional Express operates daily flights to Sydney and Merimbula on the Sapphire Coast. For other major Australian cities, connect via Sydney for travel to Moruya.


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