Police arrested two men Monday morning in relation to the theft of thousands of dollars of surf life saving equipment.
A police spokesperson said the men have not been charged, but investigations are continuing.
Nowra-Culburra Surf Life Saving Club President Mitchell Pakes said the theft was discovered early on Saturday, March 9.
"The alarm was activated at about 7.30am - one of the roller doors had been rammed in, another had been opened," he said.
"Our four-wheel drive had been stolen, as well as the beach patrol trailer, which carries all of the patrol equipment, and about $10-$15000 of first aid equipment.
"The trailer was found about 500 metres down the beach dumped in the sand dunes, but all the first aid equipment had been taken out."
Mr Pakes said people contacted the club to say they had seen the four-wheel drive travelling along Greenbank Road towards the bowling club.
A club member found the four-wheel drive after walking along the road where it had been seen. They noticed wheel tracks going off-road into the bush. The vehicle had some minor damage, but the club is hopeful that it will be back in working order soon.
The club will be short of equipment for some time.
"Hopefully we will have it (four-wheel drive) back when police finish with it," Mr Pakes said.
"But none of the first aid equipment turned up, so it's all gone.
"Culburra is only a small village, we're a small, family oriented club and all our funding is through donation or fundraising.
"It's the community that may suffer because it's going to take us a few weeks to sort out insurance and things."
Mr Pakes said the community support over the weekend had been "overwhelming".
"We really appreciate it," he said.
"And the police officers we have dealt with were fantastic."
Anyone wishing to assist can contact the club through their facebook page or website.