Discover seaside delights in Culburra Beach, where famous Australian photographer Max Dupain snapped the iconic Sunbaker picture in 1937. In the beautiful Shoalhaven region on the NSW South Coast, Culburra will enchant you with fine beaches, sparkling waterways and superb fishing.
Warrain Beach is Culburra’s surf beach and a major attraction where surfing, swimming, fishing and relaxing on fine white sands are popular activities. The Nowra Culburra Surf Lifesaving Club patrols the beach, south of Penguin Head. Culburra Beach Surf School offers surfing lessons and board hire.
Just north of Culburra are Crookhaven Heads Lighthouse and Crookhaven and Shoalhaven rivers, part of Australia’s Oyster Coast. You can taste succulent local oysters from Jim Wild’s Oyster Service at Greenwell Point, a charming village on the Crookhaven estuary and a short drive from Culburra.
Explore the waterway in a boat or kayak fromat Greenwell Point, where the is held on the third Sunday of the month. Just west of Greenwell Point is picturesque Pyree, where is held on the fourth Sunday.
While in Pyree, browse the gift shops at the historic Jindyandy Mill. There are more shopping opportunities in Culburra, such as
Getting to Culburra is easy, with the drive from Sydney or Canberra less than three hours. From Nowra, the Shoalhaven’s main town, the drive is 20 minutes. Accommodation options include holiday houses, a motel and a holiday park with cabins and caravan and camping sites.