The beautiful country town of Moora is situated on the banks of the Moore River in the Wheatbelt Region of Western Australia. It is surrounded by impressive Salmon Gums, beautiful parks, gardens and heritage buildings and is a popular stopover for tourists following the Wildflower Trail. The shire is central to a number of attractions in the Midlands including coastal towns such as Jurien Bay and Lancelin. The Pinnacles in the Nambung National Park at Cervantes is also a major drawcard. The Moora town site is only 55kms from the Benedictine Monastery town of New Norcia which also attracts many tourists.
Moora is the largest regional town between Perth and Geraldton and provides a wealth of services such as commercial banks, schools, commerce and retail sectors, community recreational facilities; plus a Pharmacy, Dentist, Doctors and Regional Hospital.
The area has a good network of primary and secondary sealed roads to and from most towns. There is also a network of unsealed well maintained roads. These can be slippery when wet and dusty when dry. The road conditions should be taken into consideration when driving on these roads. Exercise caution at cross roads and rail crossings as there are many trains and large trucks that cross through the region.