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Culburra Beach, NSW

Culburra Beach is situated on the coast about 22 kilometres south east of Nowra. Surrounded on three sides by river, lake and beach it has a well established infastructure for the holiday maker. It offers good swimming, surfing, fishing & prawning.

Culburra Beach

Also situated here is Lake Wollumboola the largest shallow, saline lagoon in Southern NSW and is a haven for thousands of migratory and local birds. It is located within Jervis Bay National Park via the access road to Culburra Beach. The diverse habitats of the lake provide a significant over-wintering ground for migratory shorebirds and a drought refuge for waterbirds. Endangered species can be found including the green and golden bell frog. The lake has special cultural significance for the Jerrinja people. A picnic area is provided with signs interpreting the importance of the lake.

A wide range of accommodation is available and there are licensed restaurants, a club, cafes and shops.

Nearest Airport: Moruya

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About Culburra Beach

  • Locality: Urban locality
  • Culburra Beach Postcode: 2540
  • State: New South Wales
  • Region: South Coast
  • Latitude: -34.93031
  • Longitude: 150.75875
  • Elevation: 13m
  • Population: 2874
  • Median Income: $26156
  • Area (Sq/km): 13.374
  • Timezone: Australia/Sydney

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