Moruya & surrounds

One of the few inland townships of the Eurobodalla, Moruya’s pace is set by the ever present glide of the river which runs through its heart.

Heritage buildings and public art and exhibition spaces dominate the main street, while nearby coastal hamlets reveal open studios and workshops and magnificent coastal views.

When you visit, consider dining at The River (2023 Chefs Hat), spotting whales on a sea place flight (or a sky dive!), or step out on a walk in Deua National Park or one of the beautiful local beaches around Moruya Heads, Tomakin, Congo, Broulee or Mossy Point.

Highlight – Luminous: Celebrating place

Celebrate Place at the festival’s night of nights as we illuminate Moruya Showground for Luminous: Art After Dark on Saturday, September 23.

The historical buildings of Moruya Showground are a perfect canvas, complimented by light sculptures and projections, an artisans and food market, roving performers and a kids zone.

Elevate your experience in the Luminous Lounge, with an exclusive performance, roving canapés and warming easy eats. Tickets on sale in July. More details to come soon!