having fun together

having fun together

At The Knoll Moruya

Whilst The Knoll Moruya is only a few minutes drive from the Moruya town centre, being set on around 20 acres of rural land property it gives you the peace and quiet you are looking for. The large well-maintained grounds provide an excellent space for the children to run around or play lawn games whilst under the safe supervision of adults relaxing on veranda or on one of our outdoor settings. Looking out over farmland to the Great Dividing Range in the distance The Knoll Moruya gives you an authentic South Coast experience: peace, clean air, unpolluted countryside with it's wildlife, amazing colours and stunning sunsets.
wetlands adjacent to the knoll moruya
explore and observe birds and wildlife
fire pit
cook a meal or simply relax & enjoy life
breathtaking sunset
enjoy nature's gifts
keep kids busy no matter the weather

Around Moruya and Eurobodalla

Situated on the banks of the beautiful Moruya River, Moruya is a country town with an easy, relaxed South Coast lifestyle with plenty of outdoor adventures available. There is plenty to do and see within Moruya itself and a multitude of day trips and journeys to be made in the surrounding Eurobodalla. These are just some ideas to help you to plan your stay at The Knoll Moruya.
Within a short drive from The Knoll Moruya you will find amazing beaches and great picnic spots. How about a stroll and a picnic at the Historic Quarry Park from where the Sydney Harbour Bridge got its stones from? Or a swim and a lazy afternoon with the family at the Shelly Beach Picnic Area?
There are many options for walks and exploring the Eurobodalla South Coast National Parks. The diverse landscapes and habitats will keep you occupied with their variety of sights and sounds. We recommend checking out the National Parks NSW website so that you can plan a walking track that suits you. If you are fit and feel like a whole day trip, you might want to do the The Big Hole walking track at the Deua National Park. Another whole day track with a meaningful Aboriginal connection is the Bingi Dreaming track at the Eurobodalla National Park
photo credit: National Parks NSW
whale watching near South BrouleeWHALE WATCHING
One of the best places to spot whales from land is the Moruya Heads Lookout. You might want to download the Wild About Whales App for latest whale sightings or contact Narooma Charters for current whale tour times and dates.
photo credit: John Hicks, Eurobodalla Coast Tourism
moruya beach SURF AND SWIM
On the south side of Moruya Heads, the Moruya Beach continues to the south for 2.5km up to a sand spit at Pedro Point. The Moruya Surf Life Saving Club patrols the beach from September/October school holidays through to late April. Please check Moruya SLSC website for up to date infomation.
photo credit: moruya.nsw.au

Within Moruya township there are cafes and restaurants that make great coffee, lovely lunches and offer a range of dining options. Tuross Head is a short 20-minute drive away and also has great eateries. For suggestions you might want to check out the Eurobodalla Website restaurant section.
Shop for local arts, crafts and produce and support our farmers and providores at the Saturday morning Moruya Country Market (arts, craft, local produce) or the SAGE Farmers Markets on Tuesday afternoons. Both are at nearby Riverside Park, Moruya.
young boy fishing on jetty
Beach fishing, offshore fishing, jetty fishing, estuary, bank and boat fishing, fishing trips and charters... Moruya and Eurobodalla has it all. To obtain a fishing licence and more info visit Eurobodalla Website.
airplane at moruya airport
Experience NSW South Coast from a new angle with South Coast Seaplanes or Merit Aviation operating from the Moruya airport only a few kilometres from The Knoll Moruya. The more adventurous can skydive with Skydive Oz at Moruya heads.

Bring your own or hire a kayak for the day. There are plenty of great spots for kayaking near The Knoll Moruya. For more info visit Eurobodalla Website.
Enjoy a walk along the beach and watch dolphins ride the waves at Dolphin Beach, Moruya Heads. Only couple of minutes from The Knoll.
moruya riverMORUYA RIVER
The Moruya River is beautiful at any time of the day and for many it is their favourite place for fishing. Another great way to enjoy the river is on your bikes. Ride along the Moruya Cycleway and enjoy amazing sunsets in the evening. Or time your ride to Saturday morning and make a stop at the Markets.
moruya golf courseMORUYA GOLF
The Moruya Golf Club offers for the lovers of golf an 18 hole championship course. Open 7 days a week, they welcome members and visitors.
photo credit: The Moruya Golf Club

cows eating grass on rolling hills of south coast
Sometimes the best thing to do is take a relaxing scenic drives through rolling hills watching cows on pasture, spotting kangaroos, marvelling at the ever changing South Coast views.
deer feeding at mogo zooMOGO ZOO
The historic town of Mogo and the Mogo Zoo are about 20km from The Knoll, Moruya. Take the kids for an exciting day at the Mogo Zoo where you can see over 200 animals of which more than 40 are rare and exotic species. It has the largest collection of primates in any private zoo in Australia. photo credit: Mogo Zoo
willinga park equestrian centre in bawley pointWILLINGA PARK
Willinga Park is a world class equestrian centre set on 41ha at Bawley Point, north of Batemans Bay. Visit their website for more information on horse events, their on-site restaurant (open during events only), magnificient gardens, extensive sculpture collection and more.

For more ideas on what to do on in and around Moruya while staying at The Knoll Moruya, visit:
Eurobodalla Website
Visit NSW Website > Moruya
Adventures are the best way to learn.