A man in his 30s has been taken to hospital after a car accident on Seven Mile Beach this morning, according to NSW Police.
Officer in charge of Nowra police station, Inspector Ray Stynes, said the accident happened in the early hours of Friday, June 7.
"The driver of a MItsubishi Triton ute accessed the beach, and was driving on the beach," Insp Stynes said.
"For some reason, the ute has rolled twice. The driver was thrown from his vehicle.
"The passenger [a man believed to be in his 40s] managed to get out of the car and went to get help.
"He became disoriented and returned to the beach."
Two crews RFS crews, Shoalhaven Heads and Broughtonvale, attended, as well as five ambulance crews.
A NSW Ambulance spokesperson said both men were taken to Wollongong Hospital.
The spokesperson said the passenger in his 40s had only minor injuries. She said the driver was in a serious but stable condition, with chest pain and possible spinal injuries.
Insp Stynes said it was not legal to drive on Seven Mile Beach.
"Investigations are continuing and the appropriate legal action will be taken at a later date," he said.