Things To Do Sur le Sable

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Things to do in Culburra

  • Swimming - directly in front of the house and in summer, there are 2 patrolled beaches; one at Tilbury Cove on the southern end of Culburra beach and the other at Warrain beach, the other surf beach at Culburra (also see Beaches of the Shoalhaven - part of the library at Sur le Sable)
  • Surfing - both Culburra and Warrain are great surfing beaches and Culburra has a surf school if you’re up for lessons
  • Fishing - beach fishing in front of the house; rock fishing is popular at both points.
  • Boating - the boat ramp just a few minutes down the road from Sur le Sable at the mouth of the Crookhaven River for you to explore the waterways of  the Shoalhaven and Crookhaven Rivers or  out to the open sea
  • Cycling - Culburra is flat and there is a cycle track that meanders around both beaches to the Lighthouse taking in Curley’s Bay and Woolumboola Lake
  • The lakes offer many opportunities including birdwatching and walking around the mudflats
  • Dolphin watching is a daily activity as they cross the bay, frolicking in the waves. In the winter months, you can also see the migrating whales, best seen with a pair of binoculars.
  • Whale watching for whale watching cruises or phone 44415455
  • Culburra Bowling Club 44473290
  •  Walking - 2 easy beach walks from the house. Walking north from the beach will take you to a rock platform where you will see some steps that will take you to the lighthouse. Magnificent views of Orient Point and Greenwell Point townships at the mouth of the Crookhaven River are a highlight. 1hour’s round trip.
  • The walk south takes you around Penguin’s Head to Warrain beach. You may return via Penguin’s Head Rd after you reach the Surf Club or continue along Warrain beach until you reach Wollumboola Lake which is well worth exploring. Over 11/2 to 2 hours round trip.
  • Take the car ferry to Comerong Island (turn right on the road to Terrara)
  • JERVIS BAY NATIONAL PARK   -   The edge of the National Park abuts Culburra township. The main entrance to the NP is 1/2 hour away. The townships of Currarong, Callala, Vincentia and Huskisson are nearby.
  • see brochures at the house for directions and for drives, beaches, bushwalks and other attractions if you want to explore futher out