Get Double Space & Drive Thru Sites Are you looking for somewhere to go with your Family or Friends For Spending Holiday?
A lot of people think that they cannot afford to go away over the Summer Holidays as most places are out of their reach. Well, think again. We are offering “Double Space” promotion get all your stuff to Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park keep our prices so that everyone can go away and make special memories at our Park.
Drive Thru Sites
Promotion starts on the
1 st of September
2016 and ends on the
30 th April 2017
Book 1 site and
space next to
you for Free!!!
Don’t miss out.
Normal Rates and booking conditions apply.
Subject to space availability and management discretion.
Offer is open to all current and future guests.
Whether you wish to lay by the pool, throw in a line and hopefully catch a fish, there is something for everyone.
Great to see so many enjoying walking, jogging, cycling and generally getting out along the track which is some 34 km from Karumba town to Karumba Point.
Situated on the mouth of the Norman River, Karumba is already well known as a recreational fishing mecca and birdwatchers paradise. Today however, being so accessible, Karumba is fast becoming a must do destination for travellers looking for an experience with a difference. The rich marine wetlands wind their way inland some 30 kilometres from the Gulf of Carpentaria coastline, this is truly where the savannah outback meets the sea.
During the summer, monsoon rains replenish the waterways and attract a multitude of birds in preparation for the popular winter tourist season, when fishing enthusiasts along with many round Australia and overseas travellers descend on Karumba for some of the best wild caught barramundi in Australia. Learn all about the fascinating facts on Barramundi, the marine habitat and Gulf in general at the Barramundi Discovery Centre where you can adopt your very own barramundi or try feeding the big mouth fish yourself.
This is the only stretch of beach that can be reached by a sealed road in the Gulf Savannah region. Well known for its fishing and prawning, this area is also rich in birdlife, particularly after the wet season. Karumba was once a base for Empire flying boats on their journey from Sydney to London and later as a Royal Australian Air Force base for Catalina Flying Boats. Karumba Point has a history that goes back as far as 1872.
At Karumba Point accommodation travellers who have been just about everywhere in Australia will tell you there is nowhere with quite the same atmosphere as Karumba in winter. Its friendly and totally laidback. Some people claim its the best spot in the world to be sitting while youre watching the sunset.
The whole mood is relaxed as travellers, fishermen, birdwatchers and locals gather in the late afternoon to enjoy the “million dollar sunset” across the Gulf of Carpentaria.
So, what is stopping you.