Discover Moruya

Bodalla Dairy supplies products to IGA Moruya.
Bodalla Dairy supplies products to IGA Moruya.  Photo: Supplied

Reasons to visit

Explore Eurobodalla National Park. Stay in one of the serviced camping sites and surf, hike or volunteer for the shorebird recovery program at Tuross Head.

Free-fall over the south coast with Skydive Oz Surfside at Moruya Airport or get down and dirty with some fast-paced action and race around the GTS Dirt Kart track at Surfair Speedway. Play a round at the Moruya Golf Club, a picturesque 18-hole championship course or dress up for a day at the races.

Cycle along the river from the water gardens in Moruya town to Riverside Park, Preddey's wharf and on to Dolphin Beach for a swim. Stop for a drink at one of the country pubs in Vulcan Street on the way back.

Yvette Woods, Store Manager, IGA Moruya.
Yvette Woods, Store Manager, IGA Moruya.  

The Bingie Dreaming Track follows part of the dreaming track used by the Brinja-Yuin people and passes through eucalyptus forests and heath lands out to rocky Bingie Headland.

A local's top tips

Yvette Woods, Store Manager, IGA Moruya

"We try to look after the local producers as much as possible because that's what we're all about. Or fruit and veg section is one of the best on the South Coast with deliveries six days a week direct from Flemington Markets and we have a Harris Farm within our store.

Milton District Meats supplies 90% of our meat, we stock three types of local honey and get our dairy products from Bodalla Dairy and South Coast Cheese Milk at Tilba.

We can put together picnic boxes filled with lovely local produce and we recently supplied boxes for the Sage Music Festival that were almost totally sourced locally."

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