Culburra Beach is a small coastal town located on the coast between the Crookhaven River and Lake Wollumboola.
Culburra Beach is in the Shoalhaven region of the NSW. It is located 21 km east of Nowra (20 min drive) and 190 km south of Sydney (2 hr 45 min drive).
Culburra Beach is spoilt for choice when it comes to waterways, located on the coast between the Crookhaven River, Lake Wollumboola and kilometers of ocean beaches. Warrain Beach is where famous Australian photographer Max Dupain snapped the iconic Sunbaker photograph in 1937.
There are no public airports in the Nowra area, Sydney or Canberra airports are the closest major airports.
There are regular City Rail services from Central Sydney that head south passing through Wollongong and terminate in the northern Shoalhaven.
Premier Transport offers coach services between Sydney and Eden, stopping in Nowra.
The population of Culburra Beach is nearly 3,500 people, the median age is 53 years. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people make up 8% of the population.
The Shoalhaven District Memorial Hospital provides acute medical and surgical services as well as orthopaedic services, an emergency department and obstetric unit. The hospital’s intensive care unit incorporates high dependency and coronary care beds.
There is a NSW Ambulance Service station in Culburra Beach.