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Moruya has a range of local businesses offering interesting gifts, handcrafts and home wares, fashion, shoes and jewelry, books, bicycles, sporting, camping and fishing goods, office and electrical supplies all within easy reach of extensive free parking. The town has an enviable reputation for its market culture on Saturday mornings and the award winning Farmer’s Market every Tuesday afternoon throughout the year.
Fresh local produce is available from a range of local retailers such as Moruya’s two butchers, fruit and vegetable shop, four bakers, organic health and dried goods stores. Major supermarkets, banks, legal firms, hardware stores, farm produce, car dealerships, vet services and real estate agents are also located in the CBD.
If you enjoy keeping fit, there is a 24 hour gym, an outdoor public pool and a shared pathway linking the CBD with Riverside Park and Moruya Hospital.
With three pubs, two licensed clubs and over a dozen restaurants and cafes, Moruya offers an array of delicious foods include seafood, Nepalese, Italian, Chinese, Thai and award winning a la carte dining.
If you wish to stay overnight, Moruya has two motels, a van park, three hotels and a heritage listed B&B all within walking distance of the CBD.
Enjoy your stay in Moruya, a friendly town with fresh food, ease of access, good eating, history and healthy living.
From its original inhabitants, the Bugelli-Manji tribe, to bushrangers, the Gold Rush and beyond, Moruya has a rich history filled with the colour and romance typical of Australia's early days.