• Moruya


Mogo Zoo

Mogo Wildlife Park is situated 10 kilometres south of Batemans Bay. It was established in 1989 by Sally Padey, and has attained an international reputation as one of the most successful private zoos in Australia. This extraordinary collection includes gorillas, rhinoceros, silvery gibbons, Bolivian squirrel monkeys, giraffe, zebra, meerkats, cheetah, cotton-top tamarins, snow leopards, Sumatran tigers, Nepalese red pandas, ring-tailed lemurs, oriental small-clawed otters, siamangs and white lions. They have a wide range of amazing up close and personal experiences available. 

Wattlebark Gallery of Arts and Crafts

In 1999 Wattlebark Gallery was opened at Mogo where a rotating exhibition is on view daily. The Batemans Bay Arts and Crafts Society members work in various mediums ranging from oils to watercolour, realism to abstract, seascape to landscape, still life to portraiture with something for everyone. Also on display is an amazing range of innovative craft items, all hand made by members.

The Original Gold Rush Colony

Sadly, The Original Gold Rush Colony was damaged by a bushfire in December, 2019 and is currently closed.

The Colony (formerly Old Mogo Town) is a re-created 1850s gold rush town and theme park. This award-winning New South Wales South Coast tourism attraction is an educational, historical and cultural venue. See the working Stamp Battery, explore the Gold Mine, mining town buildings, and pan for your own real gold. Assisted wheelchair access to most exhibits. Picnic areas beside peaceful lakes and gardens. Run the Eureka themed Mogo Maze, fun for everyone. 

Moruya Waterfront Hotel

The Waterfront Bistro is the perfect venue to bring the kids, catch up with friends or grab a meal while you watch your favourite sport on the big screen.

A mouth-watering menu offers a delicious selection of modern, pub-style meals at very reasonable prices. The menu features all the classics, from the Parma to the Surf n' Turf, every taste is catered for!

Open 7 days and offering fantastic value for money they have 3 great dining areas for you to enjoy your meal – the tranquil beer garden on the riverbank, the open bar and lounge area, or the cosy bistro dining room − all featuring the waterfront backdrop of the scenic Moruya River. 

Moruya Heads Beach

Moruya Main Beach is a lovely long, wide stretch of beach. The grassy reserve is well equipped with picnic tables, toilets, playground and the local Surf Lifesaving Club. For a fantastic view of Main Beach and the coast, follow Coronation Drive and Shelly Beach Road up to Moruya Heads Lookout

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