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Moruya Airport

Moruya Aerodrome is owned and operated by Eurobodalla Shire Council and in 2016 has received funding commitments of $7.1 million from the NSW and Australian Governments to commence a major redevelopment.

It was first licensed in 1939 as part of a joint Shire and Commonwealth assistance program. During WWII the RAAF acquired the aerodrome to form part of the RAAF Coastal Surveillance network.

At the end of the war, ownership then went to the Department of Civil Aviation. During the 1960s, the aerodrome underwent major upgrades with the addition of radio navigation aids, runway lighting and improvements to accommodate larger aircraft.

In 1991 with the introduction of the Local Ownership Plan, the Eurobodalla Shire Council accepted full responsibility for the control and operation of the aerodrome.

During 2005 the aerodrome changed from Licensed to Certified bringing it in line with International Civil Aviation Regulations.

Moruya Airport
Bruce Cameron Drive
Moruya NSW 2537

Airline services

The shire is serviced by Regional Express Airlines (REX) with regular flights to Sydney and Merimbula.

For daily flight information, see:

Free, non-secure parking is available adjacent to the terminal building.

Airport redevelopment

Council has been considering options to develop the airport to increase employment opportunities in the shire and to ensure the long term viability of the airport.

At its ordinary meeting on 26 May 2015, Council adopted a Master Plan which identifies a strategic direction for the airport and potential redevelopment opportunities. This Master Plan has been the basis of two successful grant applications to the NSW and Australian Governments which have yielded funding commitments of $7.1 million.

Around the aerodrome

The aerodrome has been built on an extensive beach ridge plane. It is bounded by the ocean, the Moruya River, a system of wetlands and native forests.

The area is host to a diversity of habitats utilised by native amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals. The dominant vegetation is eucalypts and banksias with paperbark and tea tree swamps in the wetlands.

There are many natural elements of scientific importance around the aerodrome. The preservation of these areas is an important part of the aerodrome operations.

Airport contacts and information

To book flights, information on flight delays and other passenger enquiries, please call Rex on 13 17 13 or visit

Airport community

Aerodome administration

  • Access, Security, Safety and General Enquiries: 0409 037 520
  • Airport Coordinator: 0409 037 520
  • Aerodome Safety Officer: 0409 037 520 or 02 4474 2095
  • Airport Accounts: 02 4474 1287
  • Duty Airport Reporting Officer: 0409 037 520
  • Fuel: 0409 037 520
  • Eurobodalla Shire Council: 02 4474 1000

Other contacts

The main apron is located in the south eastern portion of the aerodrome, adjacent to a small terminal building. Please keep the apron free for RPT and freight aircraft. We also ask that you please respect the rights of others that live in or visit the area. Be aware that some people love the sound of aircraft while others do not.

We welcome your thoughts and development ideas, so please pass these on to us.


Security controlled aerodrome

The requirements of the Aviation Transport Security Regulations and Act apply at Moruya.


Airside access is available to persons who hold a valid ASIC, hold a VIC or persons who are accompanied by an ASIC holder.


Authorised vehicles only permitted airside. Permission for vehicle access and airside drivers licences can be obtained by contacting the Airport Coordinator or Duty Airport Reporting Officer.


All gates must be locked when not attended.

Unusual behaviour

Any unusual behavior is to be immediately reported to the duty airport reporting officer or the national security hotline.

Security Committee

Suggestions for improvements are welcome. You can contact the security committee through the Airport Coordinator's Office.

Facilities and fees


Self-service Jet A1 and Avgas 100 facilities are available.

Mastercard, Visa and World Fuel Services cards are accepted. Other proprietary fuel carnet cards will not work.

Fuel cards can be organised by contacting 0409 037 520 or visiting World Fuel Services Australia.

Call out fees may apply.

This facility is jointly operated by World Fuel Services and Local Council.


Landing fees are applied on a per tonne basis. The fee is administered either through AVDATA or by an Annual landing fee payment to Eurobodalla Shire. For further information contact the Airport Coordinator.


A parking fee is charged for overnight stays. This fee is in addition to the landing fee. Long term outside parking can be arranged through the Duty Airport Reporting Officer.

Hangar space

There is limited hangar space available at Moruya. For short or long-term arrangements enquire with the Airport Coordinator.

AVFAX pilot information is provided by Airservices Australia.


Airport map and information

Map of Moruya Airport and facilities




17 FT




150° 08.7 E


35° 53.9 S


13 DEG E

AD operator

Eurobodalla Shire Council
PO Box 99
Moruya NSW 2537
Council PH 02 4474 1000 ARO PH/Fax 01 4474 2095:  0409 037 520 (H24)
ARO AH EMERG 1800 755 760


1. AD Charges: All aircraft Landing and O/Night Parking.

2. This AD is a Security Controlled Airport.  ASIC is required.

Handling services and facilities

World Fuel Services: H24 Self-Serve JET A1, AVGAS, PH 0409 037 520

Card Swipe accepts MasterCard, Visa and World Fuel Service Cards.

Call out fee applies.

Passenger facilities

TX 4474 3455 / HC 6495 3444 / RF Aero Club

Aerodrome obstacles


Meteorological information provided

2. AWIS – 136.6 (activated by 1 second transmission) or Phone 02 4474 0971.

Physical characteristics

04/22   043 27a 5700/450 (64PSI)                        WID 18 RWS 90

18/36   179 50a PCN 10 /F/ B/ 620 (95 PSI) /U    WID  30 RWS 150

Aerodrome and approach lighting

18/36 LIRL  PAL 122.4  STBY PWR AVBL      Spacing 90 metres

04/22 Nil lighting

Radio and navigation

CTAF – AFRU   126.7                     Unicom 126.7

Addition information

1. Bird Hazard Exists.

2. Ultralight ACFT Training.

3. Intensive Parachute OPS 0 to FL 150.  If unfamiliar CTC jump pilot via CTAF.

4. GA PRKG on grassed areas ADJ to eastern sealed APN is preferred.


1. WAC 3456.

2. Refer to AIP information  Provided by Airservices Australia

3. Airservices Australia website