Youth Committee

The Culburra Beach Progress Association Inc are pleased to support the Culburra Beach Youth Committee to encourage and work with young people in our community to contribute and deliver key projects that support a healthy, engaged and active young community across Culburra Beach

More photos, videos, news VISIT the Culburra Beach Curley’s Bay Recreational Park Facebook Page – CLICK HERE 

Get involved by contacting them via email at

The Culburra Beach Youth Committee meets on the 3rd Tuesday of the month.

  • John Segol – Chair
  • Alex McNeilly – Vice Chair, Project Manager
  • Luke Munn – Secretary
  • Eamon Seymour-Munn – Treasurer
  • Erin Bell – Committee Member

The Youth Committee works with and supports the youth leadership group, a dedicated group of teenagers and young adults who are actively involved and contribute to all aspects of  our projects. Due to privacy, members under 18 years of age are not listed on this website.

Culburra Beach youth are encouraged to get involved, contact the committee to find how and when you can help us build a better Culburra Beach for our community


Consultation with residents, visitors and Shoalhaven City Council traffic management is underway until 3rd October 2017.

Our aim is to install dedicated parking bays kerb side along Prince Edward Avenue and also improve safety and pedestrian road crossing areas. A draft traffic design concept is below.

If you have any questions, idea’s or comments email us at

Traffic Management concept for review on Prince Edward Avenue


Following feedback from community, some minor changes to the Curley’s Bay Recreational Park design have been adjusted with our engineers, these include moving the BBQ area to a more open space, final fitness gym and infant play area’s to accommodate the new equipment.

Revised Design Plan for Curley’s Bay Recreational Park

MAY 2017 – A BIG crowd attended the “Come n Try Day” of the new skate park facility at Curley’s Bay Recreational Park during the 2017 Culburra Beach Festival, Burradise Festival.

A new park care group has also launched with youth and locals to help clean and get involved in developing the next few stages of the park build in coming months.

Locals and visitors celebrate the opening of the new opened Culburra Beach Skate Park facility over the Mother’s Day weekend.

APRIL 2017 – RAIN won’t stop our new Skate Park build

Construction is well underway for the new Skate Park facility scheduled to open on the Mother’s Day weekend 13-14 May 2017.

Project Manager, Alex McNeilly congratulated our contracted builders United Skate Parks for their efforts and for working through the wet weather challenges to keep our schedule of works on track for completion of Stage 1.

Skate Park building underway at Curley’s Bay


Shelley Hancock MP joined our committee and community to turn the first official sod of soil to kick off the Skate Park build.



With the recent fundraising and grant success in the past few months, our Curley’s Bay Community Recreational Park Project at Culburra Beach can start moving forward with land site and engineer planning. The park master-plan design layout includes as many of the additional park facilities our community asked for in the 2015-2016 community surveys, petitions, community meetings, street stalls, Facebook and fundraising events.

The new park facilities included in the Curley’s Bay Community Recreational Park now include:

–          Skate Park facility and structure
–          Fitness Gym and Exercise equipment and area
–          Connecting Footpaths to all areas
–          BBQ and Cooking sheltered area
–          Group and Family seating areas
–          Infant Play Area
–          Grass and Garden Areas
–          Toilet Amenity building and Bike Parking Area
–          Existing BMX track remains
–          Prince Edward Avenue kerb site parking is also being reviewed for 15-20 vehicles

The Curley’s Bay Community Recreational Park Project is being managed by Alex McNeilly (Project Manager) Culburra Beach Youth & Community Projects Committee.

If you need to contact him or have any questions please email or phone 0402894906.

Our Land Survey Reports are completed, we have also engaged a local engineer company Westlake Punnett to support geo-technical surveys, final civic and park design build blueprints. As we are managing this project, we continue to meet with our Shoalhaven City Council planning unit to review and find the best solutions in our plans to keep everything we want in our park, on track, on budget and on time. We are working hard to have most of the facilities built and ready for use in November-December this year. Keep an eye out on our Facebook page, newsletter or this website for more news in the coming months.

The below design shows the layout and placement of the facilities and separate areas within Curley’s Bay Reserve. Thank you everyone for your feedback, support, help and hard work in supporting our committee and project. Our new park will be a place where everyone in our community can come together and enjoy a new park in beautiful Culburra Beach for decades to come.

Master Park Design

Master Plan 1

Layout Design – BBQ Seating Area, Basketball Half Court, Fitness Exercise Area



Layout Design – Toilet Area, Park, Skate Park




The Youth & Community Projects Committee secured $512,000 through the NSW Government ClubGRANTS Fund Category 3, Justice Department – Liquor and Gaming NSW.
Alex McNeilly the Vice Chair – Project Manager thanked Shelley Hancock MP, Member for the South Coast at the April 2016 Young Coasties Festival at Culburra Beach.
With this additional funding boost to improve our youth and community facilities, the Curley’s Bay Community Recreational Park Project can now go ahead.

Read more or watch the video at


Youth Committee Projects 2015/16

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Culburra Beach Youth Skate Park Project

In April 2015, a critically important youth skate park project was launched and approved to proceed by CBPA Inc. This project is an urgent priority for our children, youth, families, visitors and community due to a private-land community skate and bike space being closed and demolished. No available parks or recreational areas are currently available placing our youth at risk.

The Youth Skate Park Project team are currently working with Shoalhaven City Council to get a new dedicated safe and secure youth skate park developed at Culburra Beach. Through extensive community consultation and support from local youth, residents, visitors, community clubs, schools, sports clubs, businesses and the wider community. The community are working together to deliver this project in 2016.

Costs associated with planning and building a new youth skate park and space are expensive, the project team have launched a range of fundraising campaigns and events plus seeking support from local, state and federal government. Many local businesses and companies are being contacted for support. If you can help, contact the project team. Together we can build a new youth park in 2016, right here in Culburra Beach.

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Ways to HELP right now

HELP US BUILD A NEW YOUTH SKATE PARK by clicking the below picture.



  • Join the Raffle Army and help us sell raffle tickets between October and 2nd January 2016.

Click HERE to download the raffle flyer

  • VOLUNTEER join our events team and help us with our major fundraising events
  •  DONATE to the project
  • RUN a fundraising day at your work or school
  • PROMOTE our Facebook page and share the news
  • IDEAS – email or message us
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