There is also a boat launching
ramp here, but weather conditions need to be
right. Broulee is a town on the south coast of New
South Wales between Batemans Bay and
Moruya. In 2006, the town had a population of
1,292 people. Although settlement had
already commenced on the shores of the
nearby Moruya River, it was not easily
navigable due to a sandbar at its mouth.
There is a lighthouse on Burrewarra Point to the
north of Broulee.
Businesses in the town include a pharmacy /
doctor / general store / post office / liquor
outlet / fuel. Just off the beach is Broulee
Island, currently joined to the mainland, but in
past years the connecting spit has been
covered by water, at times a very deep
navigable channel with a strong current. The southern beach
has a Surf Lifesaving Club with facilities including toilets, accessed from a road below
the headland. There are a number of
schools in the area.. There is no police station, the closest
being Moruya. The
first harbour in the area south of Batemans Bay
was established at Broulee behind what is now
known as the island. The Rural Fire Service has a
volunteer station. There is a take-away food outlet
and a real estate agency
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