According to Visitors Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park is an ideal place in Karumba to Stay for short and long term stay with speculator facilities all in one place
Due to the significant number of fishermen visiting the area and catching Barramundi a government funded barramundi hatchery has been established to restock the Gulf waterways. The Barramundi Discovery Centre on Yappar Street in town is very informative, interesting and worth visiting to learn about these elusive fish so adored in the north. Learn about the breeding process, extraordinary gender traits, fishing restrictions and seize the opportunity to feed one of these impressive creatures.
After learning about the local Barramundi you’ll be anxious to throw a line in. Boat owners can launch their vessels from either the town centre or the point. If you’re not travelling with a boat there are plenty of boat hire options and fishing charters available in the area. Good land-based fishing is from the beach at the Point.
Karumba Point is only a couple of km’s from town. Not only is the fishing good here but so is the Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park located right on the foreshore. What a way to wind down after a big day out fishing, watching the sunset, enjoying refreshments and comparing fishing and holiday experiences with like-minded travellers.
According to Visitors Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park is an ideal place in Karumba to Stay for short and long term stay with speculator facilities all in one place. However, It is highly recommended to book ahead if your schedule permits as park is busy during the high season. Even in low season people love to spend winter.
Compared to most of the remote Gulf towns this one has reasonably priced shops and taverns and a good variety at that. So if you are planning to stay a while for holidays then come to Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park
The Barramundi high radiates here and you just have to have a go. If you’re lucky enough to catch one of these fish good for you, but be aware that the stocks are diminishing and there are rules and regulations to be adhered to. Also take note that Barramundi over 80cm are close to or already are breeders. “Catch and release” is the way to go with these big fish. You’ll still have that impressive photo for your fishing memorabilia album and you’ll be assisting in retaining sufficient Barramundi stock for future recreational fishing. A good barramundi fishing motto advertised at the local hatchery is “Enjoy the fishing but take only what you need and leave some for others.”
BOOK NOW! for August, September, and October. You may also do advanced booking for November, December and January.
Postal Address: Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park, PO Box 61 Karumba Queensland 4891