The ever expanding walking tracks in Moura are a great opportunity to take a leisurely stroll or brisk walk and take in the sights of Moura. There are plenty of opportunities to do some bird watching along the way and to check out the great sporting facilities Moura has to offer.
Chief of Mitsui’s geological party, Mr Hiroshi (Harry) Okano, arrived in Moura in 1959. As well as being an experienced and able geologist, he delighted in the new sights and sounds of the Australian bush. On his return to Japan he wrote his experiences in a book he called simply “A Bush Life”. His love […]
The Dawson River via Moura has a well kept camping/rest area (toilets and hot showers available), stay a while and spend time fishing, boating, swimming, etc. or just enjoy the peace and quiet with the local birds and other wildlife. This area is a beautiful spot to enjoy a romantic picnic lunch, a family barbeque or […]
The Moura Museum and Information Centre is a great place to get ideas of places to visit and insight into theDawson Valley and it’s diverse history. With many displays ranging from industrial to agricultural, it educates the young and old about the development of the Dawson Valley throughout the years, including how the town of […]
At the western end of the township of Moura a bronze statue of a miner stands guard over the Dawson Highway. This statue was built in commemoration of the Moura underground No. 4 disaster in which 12 miners lost their lives on 16th July 1986. Dawson Highway, Moura Qld 4718 T. 07 4997 2084 or 07 […]
Michelle has been providing Professional Photographic Services in Moura for many years and aims to provide you and your family with a unique but more importantly fun family portrait session with images that you can treasure for many years to come. Working primarily oustide Michelle incorporates Moura’s gorgeous landscape into her images and loves the […]