On Tuesday, the Coaltion committed to funding the construction of a new police station on the existing site at Culburra.
It is understood the state government will spend $1.4 million on the development, to be finished by 2021.
South Coast MP Shelley Hancock said the current building is "inadequate" and needs to be replaced.
“Both local police officers and the Culburra community have been lobbying for a new station," Mrs Hancock said.
"The current building will soon no longer be able to meet the policing needs of the growing area.
"We’ve listened to their concerns and will deliver the funding needed to replace the current building.
“We want to ensure our police officers have the best facilities and bases so that they can do their jobs as well as maintain a visible presence in the community,”
The new station is in the planning stages, which includes a review of the current site on Culburra Road and consideration of alternate sites to build on.
“Based on my discussions with the community and local police it is my opinion that the current site remains the optimal option from which police can service the Culburra community and I will be strongly advocating for a rebuild of the station on the existing site,” Mrs Hancock said.
In a press statement, Mrs Hancock said the announcement would continue to strengthen policing on the South Coast.
“Thanks to the strong financial management of the NSW Liberals and Nationals government we have seen record amounts invested towards supporting the operational needs of police across the South Coast,” Mrs Hancock said.
“We are delivering a new, state-of-the-art police station at Sanctuary Point and will be retaining the station at Huskisson, which will continue to operate in conjunction with the Bay and Basin station."