Contemporary newspapers indicated that the film went through the following scenes:
'West's Pictures', Gippsland Times, 21 December 1911, p.3 (via Trove Australia)
Moora Neya was one of the first Australian films to actually cast Indigenous Australians as Indigenous Australians, instead of reverting to the then-usual convention of blackface:
The scenes are thoroughly Australian, and typical of the bush and backblock township life of Queensland, where the incidents of the drama were carried out. A strangely fantastic effect was obtained by the introduction of a tribe of genuine Australian aboriginals, whose grotesque war-painted bodies added to their weird corroborees. This is the first film introducing the Australian aboriginals in their native haunts and war dances.
'Australian Films', The Advertiser, 19 August 1911, p.20.