Moruya is a town reawakening its history and connection with growing its own food.
Moruya is strong farming community feeding the local population and those who visit with delicious seasonal bounty. There are two weekly markets in Riverside Park where you can learn from these people who are tapped into the earth and the food ideas that follow.
It’s a passion that springs from the fertile lands that surround the Moruya and Deua River systems, the same environment that shaped the town’s history with gold and granite. Moruya Granite dresses the pylons of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and some of the finest buildings in our capital cities.
Moruya offers so much to those who live here and the town’s museum is a great place to build on your understanding of Moruya’s rich history. Arts and culture also flows through this river town, and shows itself in the wooden sculptures down Vulcan Street, and the regular festivals and exhibitions. Moruya also offers many options for growing families, with a public hospital, Catholic primary school, two public primary schools, a public high school, and a TAFE NSW campus.
Moruya’s commercial airport is your daily link to Sydney. Flying in over the towns river mouth is a great way to start your unspoilt Eurobodalla holiday and something only Moruya can offer.