No Pain in Planning for Moruya Travel

On the banks of the beautiful Moruya River flowing from the town of Kiora down to Tasmanian Sea coast of New South Wales and Moruya Heads sits Moruya Town. It  is one of the treasures of the south along with the wonderful beaches that are perfectly designed for a relaxing holiday vacation or even just a day out from Canberra (it is only 180 km south-east of the Australian capital).

Moruya is a traditional dairy, country town that is rich in traditional style of living and you surely would find lots of ways to relax after the stresses of city life. If you are interested in visiting Moruya, it will be a good idea to plan it out as well as, with most places in Australia, sights can be a long way apart and you don’t want to spend your break dashing around all over the place! So maximaise your time and plan ahead.

If you want to stay in town then you can choose the Moruya Waterfront Hotel, the Monarch Motel or the Moruya Motel. Otherwise head for the Pleasurelea Tourist Resort at Batemans Bay near the coast – handy if you plan a beach holiday… maybe with some surfing thrown in.

Other hotels worth looking at, depending on where you want to stay include the Priory at Bingie and the Lodge Broulee or Bower at Broulee. These and more are good choices for any budget either you are looking for a luxury Moruya accommodation or just a budget hotel.

If you are planning to go alone as a backpacker or with a loved one of family, there are many activities you can do such as surfing, swimming, playing golf and tennis (or other sports), boating, fishing, picnic, and a lot more. You can find more advice online from reviews if you may want to know more about Moruya places and accommodations before you get there. It really pays when you get a good research first before you travel.

Make sure that you are booking your accommodation at least 2 weeks before your trip to avoid undue stress and pressure but you can still book just days before if you are looking for a last minute getaway.

Enjoy your break in Moruya, New South Wales!

 

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