Plan the perfect trip to Moruya.
From secluded beaches to boutique shops, Moruya is the ultimate holiday destination designed for the whole family.

Moruya is one of the largest towns in the Eurobodalla Shire and is situated on the banks of the Moruya River, just a few kilometres inland from the coast.
Moruya is known for its rich history, which includes supplying granite used to build the Sydney Harbour Bridge in the 1920s. The town was founded in the mid-19th century and has several historic buildings.
The Moruya River is a popular spot for fishing, boating, and kayaking.
Visit the Historic Quarry Park, located along the river, to learn more about the area’s history, walk along the boardwalk, picnic, or throw a line in.
Scenic flights are available at Moruya Airport, and for the thrill-seekers, skydiving!
Take a 5-minute dive to Moruya Heads and visit the lookout. Why not pack a picnic and spend the day at Shelly Beach? Shelly Beach is an excellent spot for surfing and fishing and a great place to stretch your legs.
The area has many walking tracks, including the Binji Dreaming Track, which wanders through Congo to Tuross Head. The 14km scenic walk follows in the footsteps of the Brinja-Yuin people.
Moruya is home to various stores, coffee shops, restaurants and the famous Moruya Country Markets. The markets are held on Saturdays and offer a wide range of fresh produce, local arts, crafts, and other specialty goods.
Art lovers need to visit The Basil Sellers Exhibition Centre. The BAS (as it is more commonly known) is the Eurobodalla’s first purpose-built exhibition and arts space, which adjoins the Moruya Library.

MORUYA MARKETS: Moruya Country Market & SAGE Farmers Market |

Moruya hosts two excellent markets weekly, Moruya Country Markets and the SAGE Farmers Market.
On Tuesday afternoons, the nationally-awarded SAGE Farmers Market at Riverside Park showcases the region’s best local produce, from fresh flowers to homemade jams.
Riverside Park also sets the scene for the vibrant Moruya Country Market. The market sees more than 150 stallholders selling everything from local arts and crafts, fashion and jewellery, health and beauty products and more delicious local produce. The market is held each Saturday morning from 8am-1pm.


Moruya has a vast range of specialty stores with something for everyone.

Harry and Rogue, located on the main street, is a boutique with an eclectic mix of fashion and decor. Here, you will find gifts and goodies for all ages and styles, including clothes, jewellery, handbags and more.
Across the road, quality and style meet affordability at Eve’s Place. From formal gowns to casual threads, Eve’s Place knows what’s hot in fashion. Eve’s Place also does special orders and offers a wedding fitting service.
Enjoy some ‘sole-reviving’ retail therapy at Just For the Sole. This boutique shoe store stocks a range of comfortable kicks for the whole family. The team is also made up of qualified fitters and will help you find the right shoe for you.


Local produce, ethically sourced, organic and delicious are the perfect words to describe dining in Moruya!

Moruya’s Artisan Factory has had a make-over and is now home to Quantum Brewery and GraniteTown Cafe. With an all-day menu and cold brews on tap, this once-forgotten Cheese Factory is now the best place to unwind and dine in Moruya. Accommodation is also available at Moruya Artisan Factory, and packages are available to make your stay unforgettable.
For those coffee-addicted critics, Moruya is a must-visit, with many cafes choosing to serve locally-produced coffee. Guerrilla Roasters is one such company. Guerilla Roasters believe ‘a great cup of coffee starts on the farm’ and work to achieve the best quality roasts sustainably and ethically.
Looking for a great place to eat and enjoy an open mic night? TUKKA Cafe has you covered! Delicious food and sweet tunes go together perfectly at this dog-friendly, licensed establishment.
You better make room in your pantry after visiting The Pantry in Moruya. This micro-cafe and bulk whole foods store offers a range of ethically sourced local meat, gluten-free and plant-based foods, and so much more.


There is plenty to see and do on the far south coast.

Uncover hidden gems by booking a private tour with VIP Tours. VIP Private Tours will show you stunning coastal scenery, heritage villages, working farms, fine local foods, and unique shopping while travelling in the air-conditioned comfort of our modern Volkswagen Multivan.


There are plenty of accommodation options in and around Moruya. From family-friendly holiday parks and farm stays, motels for the solo traveller, beautiful B&Bs and more, you are bound to find the right place to suit your needs.

If sitting back and forgetting about the stresses of life while marvelling at a piece of Moruya’s history is what you look for in a boutique bed and breakfast, then the beautifully renovated Post and Telegraph is for you. Set in the heritage Post & Telegraph building built in 1887, this boutique accommodation offers one king and two queen bedrooms to adult guests who enjoy exclusive use of a private lounge and a generous veranda.
Experience the gentle pace of country life at Mogendoura Farm Cottages. Mogendoura has three self-contained cottages located minutes from Moruya. Family and friends will love cooking up a storm on the BBQ, interacting with the animals and more.