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Moruya

Located on the picturesque Moruya River just minutes from Moruya Airport (which services the regular Sydney and Melbourne flights), Moruya has beautiful historic buildings and is a great base to explore the hinterland and coast. Granite quarried in Moruya was used to form the pylons of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and many other famous Sydney buidlings. Many of Moruya's old buildings are made of the local stone. The country markets on Saturday morning are very popular - with mouthwatering local produce, quality plants and lots more. Moruya has a fascinating museum, antiques and second hand shops as well as a diverse retail sector and range of eating establishments. Just to the north of Moruya Heads is Broulee, a much loved seaside village. Swim, surf and fish in the crystal clear waters or pick your way around Broulee Island's scenic walks. To the south, there are glorious beaches and rock fishing locations where the only footprints on the sand will be your own. These beaches stretch from Moruya's South Head to Congo, Meringo, Mullimburra Point and Bingie Bingie Point within the Eurobodalla National Park. And the birdlife is amazing.

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