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Culburra: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Oceans Mirror Gifts


Stocking a wide variety of imported gifts, locally hand crafted jewellery, art and pottery, Oceans Mirror Gifts specialises in gorgeous gift ware. You will find Oceans Mirror Gifts in the beautiful township of Culburra Beach. Come along and find a souvenir, special something for the one you love or even a piece for yourself.




3/151 Prince Edward Avenue
Culburra Beach, NSW, 2540

Located 0.1K from Culburra

Swinging Swaggy Pottery, Gift Ware and Cafe


Swinging Swaggy Pottery has work from over 30 different potters displaying a large range of crafts, art, leatherwork and woodwork. Swinging Swaggy Pottery, Gift Ware and Cafe also offers morning and afternoon Devonshire teas and light lunches are available in the Billabong Tea Room.

The premises offer air-conditioning and ample car parks for visitors. There is also wheelchair access available.




165A Prince Edward Avenue
Culburra Beach, NSW, 2540

Located 0.1K from Culburra

Bellissima Day Spa


Bellissima Day Spa specialise in providing medical grade treatments with Dr Spiller Biomimetic skin care and the all natural herbal peeling treatment Herbal Aktiv Peel by Alex Cosmetic.

They have also included your beauty needs of waxing, tinting, manicures and pedicures. Tanning and Lovely Lashes - eyelash extensions are their favourite treatments.

Your dedicated therapist can ensure you have a relaxing journey at Bellissima as the aim is to treat you with the attention you deserve.





Shop 2 / 173 Prince Edward Ave
Culburra Beach, NSW, 2540

Located 0.2K from Culburra

Culburra Surf Beach


Warrain Beach is the surfing beach for the settlement of Culburra. It begins on the south side of Penguin Head and runs to the south for 3.7 kilometres past the usually blocked mouth of Wollumboola Lake to the low rocks at Kinghorn Point. Culburra Surf Beach is great for swimming, surfing and scuba diving.

Car parking is provided at the surf club and by the north side of the lagoon entrance, while in the south a track leads off the Currarong road to the back of Kinghorn Point.

Due to the beach being recognised as a popular surfing destination it is not recommended to take children under the age of seven or children who can't swim. The beach is patrolled during summer.




Penguin Road
Culburra Beach, NSW, 2540

Located 1.9K from Culburra

Crookhaven Heads Lighthouse


The original Crookhaven Heads Lighthouse was constructed of timber in 1882 and located as part of the Shoalhaven Signal Station on the beach 200 metres to the west of the current lighthouse. The new brick lighthouse to the south of the mouth of the Shoalhaven River was commissioned in 1904 and the old wooden lighthouse was immediately demolished.

Aside from the Keepers Cottages at South Solitary Island, this is probably the most endangered lighthouse in New South Wales, which should be of great concern to lighthouse enthusiasts and the community at large.

The lighthouse is located on the south side of the entrance to the Shoalhaven River just east of Nowra.




Prince Edward Avenue
Crookhaven Heads, NSW, 2540

Located 3.3K from Culburra

Greenwell Point Riverside Markets


Held at a waterfront setting, the Greenwell Point Riverside Market stalls include fishing gear, jewellery, homemade soft goods of all sorts, plants, natural timber products, homemade soaps, pegs and sauces, seashell wind chimes, and many more products.

This market is run by Marine Rescue Shoalhaven and is a fundraiser to assist them with offering their 24 hour daily service to the boating public of the Shoalhaven.





Titania Park, Adelaide Street
Greenwell Point, NSW, 2540

Located 3.8K from Culburra

Historic Jindyandy Mill


The Historic Jindyandy Mill is located amongst lush rural settings, which is home to the original Jindyandy Mill built by convicts in 1830.

There is a range of stores to browse through that offer lollies, homewares, gifts, toys, antiques, eco gifts, dolls houses, scrapbooking supplies, candles, miniatures and more.

Within the village there is also a cafe that showcases local produce and a self-contained holiday cottage.




719 Greenwell Point Road
Pyree, NSW, 2540

Located 8.5K from Culburra

Culburra: Events

Tilbury Classic Ocean Swim at Culburra Beach


The annual Tilbury Classic Ocean Swim is a thrilling and beautiful community ocean swim event of 1.9 kilometres across the unspoilt and stunning headlands of Culburra Beach on the NSW South Coast.

Everyone is welcome to join in on Easter Saturday.

The amazing views, crystal waters and beautiful weather make this ocean swim a real community event attracting swimmers from near and far. The swim is is supported by the incredible volunteers and crew from the Nowra - Culburra Beach Surf Life Saving Club who use all funds raised for the little Nippers Program.

It's an event not to be missed for all participants, spectators and locals looking for a great day out. If you can not participate, come and visit and help cheer the swimmers across the finishing line.




4 Farrant Avenue
Culburra Beach, NSW, 2540

Located 1.9K from Culburra

Greenwell Point Kids Fishing Workshop


NSW Fisheries runs four hour kids fishing workshops for 8-14 year olds. The kids learn how fish responsibly in a safe and fun environment.

NSW DPI fishing workshops include fun lessons on fishing techniques, information on NSW fishing rules, best methods to maximise released fish survival and a practical fishing session in a safe location.

Cost per child includes quality rod and reel, shirt, hat, tackle box, show bag.
Bookings are essential - Maximum 25 participants.

NSW DPI fishing workshops are run with the assistance of the Fishcare Volunteers and are supported by funds from the Recreational Fishing Trusts.




Greenwell Point Road
Greenwell Point, NSW, 2540

Located 3.4K from Culburra

Pyree Village Art and Handmade Market


The Pyree Village Art and Handmade Market is run on the fourth Sunday of each month January to November, 9am through 1.30pm, and on the third Sunday in December at 9am through 1.30pm. It is held at the Shoalhaven Potters Workshop adjacent to the distinctive red Pyree Hall on Greenwell Point Road, at the intersection of Pyree Lane through to Culburra Beach.

Stalls feature local produce, arts, crafts, pottery, woodcraft, needlecraft, natural fibre baskets, plants, cakes, jams, clothing and much, much more. The market specialises in handmade articles and goods and not commercial produce.

A sausage sizzle is available with tea and coffee or cold drinks.


Event Dates
2016
      28th Aug
      25th Sep
      23rd Oct
      27th Nov
      18th Dec


888 Greenwell Point Road
Pyree, NSW, 2540

Located 6.4K from Culburra

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