Why Karumba Is An Ideal Place For Children To Spend Holidays?

Karumba Swimming Pool and Waterpark Karumba now has an amazing waterpark and public swimming pool located right beside the Visitor Information Centre, Sports Centre which includes a small gym area and Karumba Civic Centre. Make sure you get along and make a splash while in town. KARUMBA SIGNAGE New signage has been installed in and around Karumba telling some of […]

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Tourist Attractions And A Basic Guide To Caravan Around Australia

How to Caravan Around Australia What does it cost, what is the weather like and which way to go. There are many ways to explore Australia in a caravan. You can go around the outside, base yourself in one place and take short trips in different directions, or criss-cross through the centre. There are many ways – including ‘figures of […]

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Tourist Attraction: Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park

Karumba The prawn and barramundi fishing capital of Australia at the mouth of the Norman River was once a flying boat base. Visit the Barramundi Discovery Centre for a great insight into sustaining this industry. Try to time your visit for the Karumba Katch Seafood festival in October, and when in your tinnie please stay well clear of the ore […]

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Tourist Attraction Karumba Birds

< div id=”widget-108b7609-7b6c-b4f8-2a30-3cc86d489ee3″ class=”widget widget-text “> Karumba Birds – Photos The Gulf area is home to numerous and diverse species of birds including migratory species – parrots, finches, honeyeater, herons, birds of prey, brolgas and much much more.  Karumba being located on the coastline with savannah grassland, meandering wetlands stretching up to 30km inland, savannah scrub and coastal mangrove environments is a […]

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Tourist Attraction: The Karumba Recreation Club Is Providing Sport And Recreation Facilities For Members And Visitors

Karumba Recreation Club The Karumba Recreation Club is a not for profit community Club providing sport and recreation facilities for members and visitors. Key activities weekly include the Clubs Bowling Green and 9 hole Golf Course, the Club house for Darts and Pool as well as various sporting events and community activities throughout the year. The Club now has a facebook […]

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Tourist Attraction Karumba: Health and Wellbeing

Health & Wellbeing Whilst Karumba may seem on a map to be a long way from the larger regional centres, the provision of medical, health and ‘well being’ services is exceptional. At the forefront for the health and wellbeing of the Karumba community and our many visitors is the Queensland Health Clinic (for more information click here) The area also falls within the Royal Flying Doctor […]

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Tourist Attraction: The Amazing Karumba Environment

Environment The Gulf Savannah extends from the Great Dividing Range in the east, to the Northern Territory border in the west – covering around 186,000 sq kilometers. There are vast flat plains around the southern Gulf area stretching to the south. To the east and southwest of the region there are rising uplands. Savannah grasses, shrubs and trees along with […]

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Tourist Attraction: Karumba Community & Services

Tourist Attraction: Karumba Today Boasts An Excellent Range of Services and Facilities The Karumba community though small in number is a vibrant, cosmopolitan and active one.  Permanent residents number approximately 600 with itinerant workers moving in with the seasonal pastoral, tourist and fishing industry activities. With the popularity of the region there are recreational fishermen/women, around Australia travelers, families, backpackers, […]

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Tourist Attraction: The Amazing Karumba Environment

Environment The Gulf Savannah extends from the Great Dividing Range in the east, to the Northern Territory border in the west – covering around 186,000 sq kilometers. There are vast flat plains around the southern Gulf area stretching to the south. To the east and southwest of the region there are rising uplands. Savannah grasses, shrubs and trees along with […]

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Tourist Attraction: Karumba Today Boasts An Excellent Range of Services And Facilities

Karumba Community & Services The Karumba community though small in number is a vibrant, cosmopolitan and active one.  Permanent residents number approximately 600 with itinerant workers moving in with the seasonal pastoral, tourist and fishing industry activities. With the popularity of the region there are recreational fishermen/women, around Australia travelers, families, backpackers, international visitors and ‘grey nomads’ – bringing an […]

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