Location and access
Culburra Beach is a town located 18 kilometres east-southeast of Nowra along Greenwell Point and then Culburra Roads.
Key features and attractions
Culburra is a popular holiday, fishing and surfing location. It has two surf beaches, Culburra Beach to the north and Warrain Beach to the south. The town is flanked by the Crookhaven River to the north and west, and Lake Wollumboola to the south. Local industries include tourism, oyster farming and prawn fishing.
The town's beaches are patrolled during the summer holiday period, and being located on either side of Penguin Head face in different directions, providing a variety of surf conditions for board riders, swimmers, body surfers and families with young children. A wide variety of fish species are caught on these beaches and from the rocky headlands adjacent to them.
Culburra Beach from the air; Penguin Head in the foreground