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Added on Wednesday, November 6th, 2013 in section Building & Industrial.

Harrisons Horse Pet Rural

Harrisons Horse Pet Rural cater for all your pet and equine animal needs. We have a great range of produce and riding equipment as well as a huge range of pet needs and accessories. We have a lovely selection of live fish and birds.

20 years ago Jane and Tubby Harrison purchased a local produce store in Moruya known as Elliots Stock & Poultry

They started out with just the two of them predominately as a feed and produce store with a small saddlery attached and an even smaller fish area.

After 2 years they decided to change their name to Harrisons Horse Pet Rural to better reflect the store they were becoming. With hard work and dedication to providing excellent customer service it quickly became apparent that the business was outgrowing its current premises.

5 years ago Harrisons Horse Pet Rural relocated to a new purpose built store at 89 Queen Street in Moruya, next to Greenlands Garden Centre and opposite Moruya Vets.

With much more space the business was able to expand and we now offer thousands of different products across a range of departments such as feed and produce; an extensive saddlery range including country/casual clothing, workwear and footwear; household and domestic Pets department (with a new range of premium dog and cat food); Aquarium fish, tanks and accessories; wire, netting, steel posts and electric fencing and irrigation fittings including rain water tanks.

These days, we have 17 employees at Harrisons and regularly deliver north of Longbeach and as far south as Bermagui.


89 Queen Street, Moruya NSW 2537
(02) 4474 3269

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