BREAKING NEWS – A LOAD OF CROC FIRST!!!! ELVIS HAS RE-ENTERED THE BUILDING

Sunset Cafe & Wood Fired Pizzas From April 10 to September we have our cafe up and running. It will open 9am to 3pm daily. The cafe will now have its own counter area at the entertainment area. We will be selling our normal favourites, teas, coffees, hot chocolates, milkshakes and smoothies along with a selection of hot foods, toasted […]

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Yes they caught big ones that’s why people say Gulf of Carpenteria is a home of the big barra

The road from Mount Surprise to Karumba passes through Georgetown, Croydon and Normanton before entering Karumba on the Gulf of Carpentaria. We had looked into going to Cobbold Gorge south of Georgetown but we decided to save it for a future trip. Apparently it is well worth seeing. Krys, the giant Norman River croc. Karumba Point Service Station and Sunset […]

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Marty Conroy Caught Monster Barra of 113 cm Size in Karumba

Karumba akyeevaru0026ureferrersekhrjs is 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 […]

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Fish light and get the bite! Do you think bait and lures matters to hook Barramundi

Fish rieydvaru0026ureferrerznfinjs light and get the bite! Whether you fish with bait, soft plastics or hardbodied lures, the popular barramundi can be your target. But unlike your catch result, big is not necessarily better. The following article will look at the various types of bait/lures that can be used to hook barramundi. barra If you want to catch a barramundi […]

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Barramundi Fishing Starts with big catches in Karumba

Karumba The inbhhvaru0026ureferrerdnebnjs major fishing port on the Gulf of Carpentaria. Located on the banks of the Norman River 69 km from Normanton and 443 km north of Cloncurry, Karumba is a fishing town. It is nothing more than a port, a few shops, a pub, a lot of inexpensive accommodation for fishermen and a river front which abounds with […]

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Incredible Fish Caught in Karumba

Karumba fkbbsvaru0026ureferrerihrdijs for some of the best wild caught Barramundi in Australia Karumba is located in the Gulf of Carpentaria in Queensland, Australia. Situated on the mouth of the Norman River, the charming port town of Karumba is already well known as a recreational fishing mecca and birdwatchers paradise. Whilst Karumba is fast becoming a must do destination for travellers […]

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