Australia's Golden Outback 2023 Holiday Planner

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Shire of MOORA

WHAT’SON Moora Show — 16 Sept 2023 Moora Races — Oct 2023 Moora Bedrace Street Festival — Dec 2023 TOPATTRACTIONS Candy’s Bush Reserve / Moora Town Walk / Carnaby Cockatoo Walk Trail / Stack Cooper Reserve / Moora Museum WILDFLOWERS TODISCOVER July to November

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MOORA 172km north of Perth


a 100km radius. Whether you are just passing through or planning to stop and breathe in some fresh country air for a few days, Moora has something for everyone. Candy’s Bush Reserve Features informal walk trails, plentiful wildflowers and orchids. Parking and access off Midlands Road. Jingemia Cave The Watheroo National Park, situated 63.6km north of Moora, is very rich in many different kinds of wildflowers, and Jingemia Cave has a shady picnic site. The cave is formed in chert, an unsealed rock that leads to a vegetation community in the hill that is very different from the surrounding areas. Carnaby Cockatoo Walk Trail The trail currently extends between the two town bridges and Candy’s Bush Reserve. The Carnaby Cockatoo Walk Trail plays a major role in educating the community about the conservation of the Carnaby’s Cockatoo, the importance of the salmon gums, and Moora’s flora and fauna. Watheroo National Park and Stack Cooper Reserve Located between Stack Street and Cooper Street. Enjoy a short walk through the reserve which features signage on local flora and fauna.

T he beautiful country town of Region of WA. It is surrounded by impressive salmon gums, beautiful parks, gardens and heritage buildings and is a popular stopover for tourists following the Wildflower Trail. Located less than two hours’ drive north of Perth, Moora is a thriving town strategically located between two of Western Australia’s most popular tourism attractions – New Norcia, Australia’s only monastic town, and the natural wonder of the Pinnacles in Nambung National Park near Cervantes. Moora is the largest inland service centre between Perth and Geraldton, providing services to a population catchment of 6,000 residents within Moora is situated on the banks of the Moore River in the Wheatbelt

Moora Museum The Moora Museum is open every Sunday from 9am to 2pm during May to October, or appointment only: (08) 9651 1372. Moora TownWalk This fascinating walk trail leads to Moora’s historic buildings, murals and points of interest including the Moora town clock. This stunning clock was designed by local school students, before constructed into a magnificent stained-glass feature by local artists.


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