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Tuross Head Foreshore Ride

Hector McWilliam Drive, Tuross Head NSW 2537

The spectacular waterways of the coastal town of Tuross Head are the setting for this easy and enjoyable family ride. The ride follows the Coila Lake, ocean and Tuross River foreshores on the off-road shared pathway. There are magnificent ocean views, dramatic headlands, rocky outcrops, the Norfolk Pines and birdlife for enthusiast photographers. There is interpretative signage along the route and a brief stroll into the Memorial Gardens at Plantation Point is worthwhile. Soak up the coastal views from One Tree Point, a lookout just a short walk off the cycleway. Start your ride from Kyla Oval, Hector McWilliams Drive and continue to the beach car park at Tuross Boulevard south. Ride along the path until you connect with Olive Crescent, veer left into Nelson Parade. Continue until you arrive at the car park to the restaurants and boat sheds on Tuross Lake. Return distance is 12 kilometres.

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Moruya Golf Club

Evans Street, Moruya NSW 2537

Nestled in the heart of the beautiful Eurobodalla Coast, the Moruya Golf Club features an 18 hole championship course. A favourite amongst members and visitors alike, the course continues to improve and evolve into a truly picturesque and challenging layout. The club includes a fully equipped Pro Shop with expert tuition from a Club Professional so all your golfing needs can be catered for. Complemented by full club facilities, including the La Fontaine Restaurant, the club is a must for your next visit to the Eurobodalla Coast.

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Dine at Tuross Boatshed and Cafe

93 Trafalgar Road, Tuross Head NSW 2537

Set on the foreshore of the beautiful Tuross Lake, Tuross Boatshed and Café is a must see attraction on the South Coast. Award-winning fish and chips, alfresco coffee, boat hire, surf and dive equipment, fishing tackle, bait, ice and helpful advice. Tuross Boatshed and Café are proud to provide a relaxing, authentic opportunity for locals and visitors alike to enjoy an historic, waterside experience that will reflect the tranquillity of the lake, the professionalism of their service and the quality and affordability of the food and merchandise available.

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The River Restaurant

16B Church Street, Moruya NSW 2537

Food makes the world go round - The River Moruya takes this concept to a higher plane, with passion, purity and perfection. Produce sourced locally and is mostly organic. Seafood so fresh it smells and tastes of the sea. Herbs from the restaurant garden and everything made in house, including cured meats. Chef Peter Compton's obsession is clean, fresh flavours and food that is clearly what it is but with tantalising, subtle and intriguing undertones. In a heavenly setting by the Moruya River, on the beautiful south coast of New South Wales.

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Deua National Park

Deua National Park, Moruya NSW 2537

Deua National Park, west of Moruya, has an array of activities for all to enjoy. Hikers can enjoy a walk to the enormous Big Hole and the fascinating Marble Arch from Berlang Camp Ground. There are plenty of walking and cycling tracks where this parks abundant wildlife and forests can be seen. The park is also known for fantastic bird watching opportunities. Canoeing, kayaking and swimming are very popular in the scenic Deua and Shoalhaven rivers. You can easily make a day trip to this wonderful park, or you can stay overnight at one of its many riverside camp grounds. Bendethera Camp Ground is especially adventurous as it is right near the Bendethera limestone caves and requires 4WD access.

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GTS Dirt Karts

Donnelly Drive, Surfair Speedway, Moruya NSW 2537

Enjoy some fast paced action on your holiday with a trip around the GTS Dirt Kart track. Go Kart Hire for the general public located just across the road from the Moruya Airport. Purpose built for the Moruya track, these off road dirt karts are fully maintained by our in house mechanic. Hire available from 10 to 30 minutes. Group bookings are welcome (even bucks, hens and schoolies). Overalls and helmets supplied. Contact GTS Dirt Karts direct for more information.

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Kayaking on Tuross Lake

Obrien's Boatshed, Nelson Parade, Tuross Head NSW 2537

All paddlers have plenty of kayaking options on this lavish lake scattered with estuaries and islands. The prospect of catching a glimpse of local wildlife such as birds, kangaroos and even emus makes for an exciting paddle. Launch into shallow water near the boat ramp on Nelson Parade or from Obrien's Boatshed on Nelson Parade, where Kayaks and Canoes can be hired. Route options include an 18 kilometre round trip north to Horse Island, then west up the estuary to and around Borang Lake, returning on the southern side of Horse Island. Another pleasurable two hour island paddle takes you south of Horse Island then around Cambathin Island, across to Deuaumba Island past the old bridge, returning to the launch point via the main channel. A variety of waterfront cafes and restaurants are available alongside the landing spots, with picnic tables, toilets and a playground nearby.

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Moruya Cycleway

Corner Church Street and River Street, Moruya NSW 2537
The Moryua Cycleway is a stunning ride that winds its way along the Moruya River. Starting at the water gardens in Moruya town, you can ride along the shared pathway to Riverside Park. If you're out on Saturday morning, be sure to stop and enjoy the Moruya Country Markets with a great reputation for local arts and crafts, fresh produce and bric-a-brac. Follow the cycleway to Preddey's wharf. Here you can stop for a spot of fishing or merely watch the locals cast their line. Continue onto Moruya Heads and amazing Dolphin Beach where you can stop for a swim or surf with locals and if you're really lucky, you may find yourself surfing with the local dolphins. The return journey is the same, but if you want to enjoy a cool lager then divert into Vulcan Street and stop at one of the quaint country pubs in town.
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Moruya Kayaking Trail

Riverside Park, Moruya NSW 2537
The Moruya Kayaking Trail passes through the historic town of Moruya. The trail is up to 38 kilometres, but is very flexible. They suggest you launch at North Head campground, where dolphins are often spotted leaping through the water. Alternatively, launch at the Moruya boat ramp in Riverside Park where, on Saturday mornings, you can experience the rural markets. Turn left two kilometres east of Moruya Bridge for a trip, at high tide, up Ryan's Creek to see the mangroves and unique granite boulders. On the western leg of the journey the river winds through farming land and forest where kangaroos hop along the banks. Start at the Moruya Bridge and paddle 12 kilometres west up to the bridge on Araluen Road. From here the river winds through the Deua River Valley. The bushland on this stretch abundant with birdlife, creating a magical atmosphere. Checking maps and conditions is recommended.
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Moruya Museum

85 Campbell Street, Moruya NSW 2537
The Moruya Museum houses a collection of furniture, books, artefacts and memorabilia, intended to show visitors the lives of ordinary people from the middle of the 1800s. Most items on display were donated by local families, resulting in an eclectic mix of considerable charm and interest. The Museum Building - The Emmott House Abraham Emmott, a migrant from Yorkshire, reached Moruya in 1859 and set up a general store in Vulcan Street, and the name of Emmotts held good for over a century. In 1875, Abraham built a pair of semi-detached houses, using a standard North of England design. The bricks were made locally and now show their age and the lack of firing in their making. Abraham's house is now home to the Moruya Museum.
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Historic Quarry Park - Moruya

North Head Drive, Moruya NSW 2537
Historic Quarry Park is an idyllic picnic area located on the shores of the beautiful Moruya River. Bring a picnic or some supplies to throw on the barbecue and sit back and enjoy the view. If you want to stretch the legs take a walk on the boardwalk up to the rotunda and read about the history of the area. This park is the quarry site for the pylons of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. If you have time, try your luck fishing from the jetty or just admire the water views. Toilet facilities available.
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Moruya Racecourse

100 Donnelly Drive, North Head, Moruya NSW 2537
The Moruya Racecourse is a picturesque track with plenty of facilities to create the perfect country race day experience. You can dress up and put yourself in the running for a prize in Fashions on the Field, or you can dress down to come and have a relaxing afternoon enjoying fresh Clyde River oysters and a glass of crisp sparkling wine. This is not just about races; this is a genuine country experience where you can meet the locals, share a yarn and maybe even pick a winner! Marquees are available equipped with tables, chairs, food and beverages suitable for groups, all with a clear view of the racecourse. The Club runs a full bar and food is available on course. Children's entertainment is usually available. The Club organises local bus transportation services for every race day which run to and from both Moruya and Tuross.
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Skydive Oz: Batemans Bay

Lot 1, Bruce Cameron Drive, Moruya NSW 2537
The fun and professional experienced team at Skydive Oz: Batemans Bay offer the most liberating, action pumped, exciting and safety focused experience possible. Tandem Skydiving is an experience not to be missed! Actually land in the soft beach sand in front of the waves and next to the Moruya river, over 90 per cent of the time! Fun for the whole family! They have free barbecue facilities and amenities, food and drinks available for purchase, outdoor seating area to watch parachutes land and pack them. Check out the aeroplanes in the hangar and taking off with an unobstructed view of the runway.
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Shelly Beach Picnic Area - Moruya Heads

Elizabeth Street, Moruya Heads NSW 2537
Shelly Beach at Moruya Heads is a popular family recreational spot at the mouth of the Moruya River. At the eastern end of the beach you will find a picturesque picnic area just perfect for taking a break. Sit back and enjoy the views or take a refreshing swim or walk along the beach.
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Moruya Heads lookout

Elizabeth Street, Moruya Heads NSW 2537
Moruya Heads lookout offers superb coastal views taking in the scenic mouth of Moruya River. In spring, bring your binoculars for whale watching as these gentle giants migrate south back towards the Southern Ocean for another summer of feeding on krill. Enjoy a picnic with friends and family in this beautiful part of Eurobodalla National Park. Keep a lookout ... Visit website for more info
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Congo Crafts

721 Congo Road, Congo NSW 2537
Just a 12 minute drive from Moruya, and set in the magnificent Eurobodalla National Park, is a gallery and studio developed in harmony with this unique environment. Although only a few kilometres from the Princes Highway, you will feel like you're a million miles away. Here in these unspoilt, natural surroundings Jim Simms creates and sells his wood-fired and gas-fired ceramics, and paintings. You will be stunned by the variety of finishes and styles and the quality of work on display, all at affordable prices, perfect for a souvenir and lasting memory of this stunning south coats location. If you want to commission some work, just ask. And if the opening times don't suit you, just call and arrange a time to your liking.
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Tuross Head Country Club

Monash Avenue, Tuross Head NSW 2537
Tuross Head Country Club offers three bowling greens and one of the most scenic nine hole golf courses on the South Coast. The clubhouse provides top quality facilities, including a bistro, pay/sky television, eftpos/ATM, pool table, air-conditioning, disabled access, darts, outdoor deck, coffee and snack bar and a conference room.
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Bingi Bingi Point

Bingie Road, Bingie NSW 2537
Bingi Bingi Point offers a scenic expanse of golden beaches and untamed bushland with sea eagles soaring overhead and waves crashing on rugged rocks below. Perched on the edge of Eurobodalla National Park on the south coast, even if it's not whale watching season, there are birdwatching opportunities all year round. Bingi Dreaming track runs from Congo to Tuross ... Visit website for more info
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Tuross Lake

Nelson Parade, Tuross Head NSW 2537
Tuross Lake offers plenty of paddling options for all levels of skill, in particular for beginner/novice paddlers. Soak up the magnificent surrounds as you explore this generous lake with its protected places scattered with estuaries and islands. There is a wide variety of birdlife and wildlife to be seen, including kangaroos and emus. Tuross Lake is part of an extensive lake and river system and is a haven for recreational fishing.
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One Tree Point Lookout and Picnic Area

Tuross Boulevard, Tuross Head NSW 2537
Tuross Head is a picturesque coastal village, perched on a low-lying headland between two stunning lakes - Tuross Lake and Coila Lake. The peninsula is dotted with Norfolk Island Pines standing tall and elegant above superb beaches. One Tree Point is a popular visiting spot for locals and visitors to sit and reflect as they watch passing whales, pods of dolphins, the occasional seal and the endless rolling in of the surf.

Southeast Harvest Regional Food Festival

Southbank of the Moruya River, Moruya NSW 2537
The Southeast Harvest is held on the banks of the beautiful Moruya River every autumn to showcase the harvest of the southeast region of New South Wales. Visitors can meet a range of local producers including vegetable growers, meat farmers, fishmongers and dairy farmers, as well as discover many of the local community groups active in the area. Other businesses with a focus on sustainable living participate, providing information and products to help improve your house and garden and green your lifestyle. There's a packed program of special guests conducting talks and demonstrations in the main marquee throughout the day and they are lucky to enjoy the support of the inimitable Costa from ABC's Gardening Australia, who injects his own special brand of enthusiasm into the event. ...

Kayaking on Tuross Lake

Obrien's Boatshed, Tuross Head NSW 2537
All paddlers have plenty of kayaking options on this lavish lake scattered with estuaries and islands. The prospect of catching a glimpse of local wildlife such as birds, kangaroos and even emus makes for an exciting paddle. Launch into shallow water near the boat ramp on Nelson Parade or from Obrien's Boatshed on Nelson Parade, where kayaks and canoes can be hired. Route options include an 18 kilometre round trip north to Horse Island, then west up the estuary to and around Borang Lake, returning on the southern side of Horse Island. Another pleasurable two hour island paddle takes you south of Horse Island then around Cambathin Island, across to Deuaumba Island past the old bridge, returning to the launch point via the main channel. A variety of waterfront cafes and restaurants are available alongside the landing spots, with picnic tables, toilets and a playground nearby. ...

Moruya Country Market

Riverside Park, Moruya NSW 2537
The Moruya Country Market is a vibrant market held every Saturday morning on the banks of the stunning Moruya River. There is something for everyone with over 130 stallholders selling everything from locally grown fresh produce, delicious home made preserves and baked treats, handmade arts and crafts, pre loved books, clothing, bric-a-brac, and refreshments. The Moruya Country Market features a variety of performers who will entertain you and the children with their clever balancing acts, amazing vocals, and instrumental prowess. Make a day of it - wander the market, pick up your fresh produce, fossick for a bargain, grab a freshly brewed coffee and a tasty treat, and soak up the atmosphere. ...

SAGE Farmers Market Moruya

Riverside Park, Moruya NSW 2537
Held every Tuesday afternoon at Riverside Park, The SAGE Farmers Market was born out of a community demand for quality, local food. They are proud to be able to provide a marketplace for consumers to access locally grown or harvested food directly from the producers, under safe and controlled conditions. The market has quickly established an excellent reputation in the surrounding districts as an authentic farmers market and they have made it their highest priority to maintain that authenticity, so that consumers can be sure that what they purchase from any SFM stall holder adheres to the SFM philosophy and ethos (see the web site for more information). The secondary purpose is to educate consumers about the multiple benefits of eating local produce and products and to raise awareness of the seasonality of local food. ...

The Knoll

182 South Head Road, Moruya NSW 2537
Set on 17 acres of rural land, The Knoll offers stunning views of the surrounding countryside and is both peaceful and private. Modern and stylishly appointed, the property is perfectly located to enjoy the best the New South Wales South Coast has to offer - rolling countryside, rugged mountains, beautiful national parks and spectacular beaches. Looking out over farmland to the Great Dividing Range in the distance, the property is just three kilometres to Moruya's pristine Main Beach and Shelly Beach with the Moruya River nearby. Ideally situated between Moruya Township and the pristine Dolphin Beach, The Knoll has the best of both worlds. Restaurants and shops are only moments away and yet the rural setting is peaceful and idyllic....

Congo Crafts

721 Congo Road, Congo NSW 2537
Just a 12 minute drive from Moruya set in the magnificent Eurobodalla National Park, is a gallery and studio developed in harmony with this unique environment. Although only a few kilometres from the Princes Highway, you'll feel like you're a million miles away. Here in this delightful coastal village, Jim Simms creates and sells his wood and gas-fired stoneware ceramics and paintings. The variety of finishes, styles and quality of work on display, all at affordable prices, provide a perfect souvenir or gift from a talented craftsman. If you want to commission some work, just ask. And if the opening times don't suit you, please call and arrange a time to your liking. Opening times: 11am to 5pm Sunday. 11am to 5pm daily in December and January (closed Tuesday). Closed July, August, and September. ...

Mountain View

239 Hector McWilliam Drive, Tuross Head NSW 2537
Mountain View is a spacious, family friendly cottage which has fantastic ocean, mountain and Tuross Lake views. It is located on the hill top overlooking the village with easy walking access via pathways to village shopping, the golf course, bowls club and a choice of beaches. You can listen to the birds chirping and the sound of the waves rolling in. With splendid views, on the upper level there is a well- equipped, open plan kitchen, lounge and dining room, with easy access to the front and back decks. The back deck is equipped for alfresco meals with a gas barbecue, dining setting and casual furniture. There is a spacious main bedroom with a queen bed on this level offer as well as a second bedroom with a double bed. In addition, there is a bathroom with a deep sunken bathtub with a shower over the bath and toilet and laundry facilities. On the lower level, there is a very spacious single bed room with three beds and a trundle bed which can accommodate four people. This is an excellent room for children with plenty of space to play....

Learn to Skydive Australia

Lot 1 Bruce Cameron Drive, Moruya NSW 2537
Australia's leading Skydiving facility located on the south coast of NSW. Situated literally meters from the pristine sandy beach and overlooking Moruya river mouth, the location itself is something not to be missed. The skydive school offers weekly courses which include training, education, equipment, accommodation, amenities, food and the opportunity to experience the unique sporting culture which surrounds skydiving. On site you can find available for the public: fresh coffee, food, soft drinks, toilets and a friendly atmosphere, seven days a week. There's even a shaded spectator seating area on the airfield itself - where you can keep an eye on aircraft take off and landings, helicopters and of course - watching the skydivers fly and land their parachutes. Learning options include single Skydive packages, five day courses, seven day skydive A licence courses, right through to options where you can become a skydiving coach. Accommodation is available for short term or long term arrangements, plus camping nearby. Arrive via local flight, driving or by coach. Only minutes from Moruya or Batemans Bay townships....