Situated northeast of Moruya in New South Wales, the airport currently has three runways. It was built as an RAAF Base back in 1942. After World War II, the Department of Civil Aviation acquired the Moruya Aerodrome from the RAAF. The airport had undergone major changes such as the addition of runway lightning and radio navigation aids back in the 1960s.
The Eurobodalla Shire Council gained control over the Moruya Airport in 1991 and established a Skydiving Centre in 2001. The council is planning to expand the terminal, extend the runway, increase the apron's size, and establish a parallel taxiway. The airport serves the Regional Express Airlines which offers flights to Merimbula and Sydney.