Making a Difference
Bushfire Recovery
Following the devastating 2019/20 Black Summer Bushfires which badly affected our area, the club rallied to offer assistance where needed.  Water tanks were installed at a local wildlife shelter providing much-needed water for injured wildlife.  Along with Batemans Bay Rotary, our club assisted in distributing flat pack garden sheds to bushfire-affected residents.  These sheds were kindly donated by the Rotary Club of Liverpool.  Refurbishment of the kitchen at the Moruya Showground.  the old kitchen did her best during the bushfire crisis by providing meals for thousands of evacuees.  The refurbishment was partially funded through the Rotary Club of Moruya by the Rotary International Britain & Ireland Disaster Recovery Trust and Rotary District 9705 Bushfire Recovery Funds. Rotary members assisted the Far South Coast Rural Fire Brigade - Catering with much-needed hands-on help in providing meals to the hundreds of RFS personnel at the RFS Headquarters at Moruya
Christmas Decorations - Lighting up Vulcan Street
Our club in conjunction with the Moruya Business Chamber provides and installs Christmas decoration lighting along the entire business section of Vulcan Street.  The joint project has been lighting up and providing Christmas cheers since 2016.
Rotary Men's Health Van 
Our club is happy to support the Rotary Men's Health Education Rural Van.  Registered nurse Bill Power provides free blood pressure, cholesterol, and blood sugar testing for men who may be hesitant to visit their local GP.
Life Education Van
For many years our club has moved the large Life Education Van from the Monaro region of NSW to the Far South Coast, which is by no means an easy task as there are only a few members of the club who have the relevant license. Primary school students from Berridale to Mogo all have a chance to hear about good health practices and for most of them a chance to meet Happy Harold.
Books for Babies
This wonderful literacy program has been a joint project with Batemans Bay and Narooma Rotary Clubs since 2005.  Babies born at Moruya Hospital receive a book and with an average of 300+ babies born each year, that is a lot of books. 
Quarry Park
Quarry Park which commemorates the granite quarry and its workers is situated on the northern bank of the Moruya River and was the project of our club in the early 1990s.  The club along with Skillshare cleared the site and constructed the John Gilmore shelter and footpaths.  Large-scale vegetation clearing and planting were also carried out.  The continued maintenance of the park was handed to the Eurobodalla Shire Council in 2002.
Chesher Park
Chesher Park situated on the southern bank of the Moruya River and constructed by the club is named in honor of two stalwarts of our club, Ron Chesher and his lovely wife Heather.  The water garden and overwater pergola near the Moruya Hospital is a tranquil area, whilst the pathways meander beside the river.