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Best Time to Fly to Moruya, Australia

Moruya has a warm and temperate climate. As such, it is best to visit here during the summer season that runs from November to March, and mercury hovers from 22 to 28 deg C during the season. The town also celebrates a few events and festivals during this time.

Moruya Attractions

Moruya Museum

The Moruya Museum is home to a remarkable collection of furniture, books, artifacts and memorabilia dating back to early 19th century and the time thereafter. The museum highlights the history of local agriculture and the granite quarries. The museum is housed in a mid-19th century building called the Emmott House that was built by a British migrant Abraham Emmott and had set up a general store nearby.

Historic Quarry Park

Historic Quarry Park is a popular riverside picnic area along Moruya River in the town. Visitors looking to spend a nice evening come here for picnic and to have some barbecue while enjoying the riverside view. The Historic Quarry Park is also the site for the pylons of the Sydney Harbour Bridge, and this pylon was made from locally quarried granite.

Bendethera Caves

The Bendethera Caves Walking Trek is a part of the Deua National Park in Moruya. The walking trail itself is an eight-kilometer round trip with some dramatic terrain in its final stages and can only be accessed by a 4-wheel drive. This walking tour runs along Con Creek and is dotted with several species of native birds and animals.

Shelly Beach

Shelly Beach is located about 330 kilometers away from Moruya. It is a popular family recreational spot and is located at the banks of the Moruya River. Visiting families prefer the eastern end of the beach, where there is a picnic area and that offers birdwatching, swimming and walking zones.

Festivals and Events

Moruya New Year’s Day Rodeo

Moruya New Year’s Day Rodeo is an annual event celebrated on 1 January in Moruya. It involves several contests in which cowboys show their skills at horse riding and wrestling steers. Some of the events held here include Bull Ride, Saddle Ride, Novice Saddle Ride, Bareback Ride, Poddy Calf Ride, Open Roping, Breakway Roping, Team Roping, Steer Wrestling and Steer Undecorating.

Southeast Harvest

Held every year in autumn in the town of Moriya, the Southeast Harvest appreciates the harvest and local agricultural produce of southeast New South Wales. The event, usually celebrated in March, is presided over by many speakers who offer their valuable insights on Aboriginal and contemporary methods of farming and harvest. The event also includes activities for young children and interactive stalls showing local produce and food items.

Granite Town Festival

Granite Town Festival is a community-based annual music festival celebrated every year in September in Moruya. It is highlighted by live performance and performances of local musicians and dancers. Visitors are treated to a wide range of music genres like funk, reggae, roots and several others.

Getting Around in Moruya

Moruya is located 190 miles away from Sydney and 450 miles away from Melbourne. The town of Moruya is served by buses, coaches and airplanes.