Anglers are excited after listening to the news about Karumba

What iserdvaru0026ureferrertnyehjs a great time to be in Karumba. The area has finally had a full wet season, best time in ten years, and as this continues the fishing is going to be awesome; however, many people have already caught big ones in Karumba. March has seen the barra spread out across Karumba like a flood and it is easy to […]

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A Trip to watch a sunset, catch a fish, see how barramundi are bred for release in restocking, learn the history and heritage of the diverse Gulf region

Karumba ndffrvaru0026ureferrerbfakajs Point Sunset Caravan Park Holidays motorbike caravaner trailers Travelling the Gulf can take many forms from standard vehicles, 4 wheel drives, motorbikes, vehicles towing caravans and camp trailers and more. For specific road condition details closures, road works, flooding and other road network information we suggest the Queensland Government Department of Main Roads link 131940 which you can […]

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The waters of Karumba contain a variety of marine life; you can fish from the beach at high tide or from a boat at any time

The waters of Karumba contain a variety of marine life; you can fish from the beach at high tide or from a boat at any time Karumba is one of the most bountiful fishing spots Australian and overseas anglers like to visit. Visitors to this region frequently catch barramundi, jewfish and king salmon in the warmer months. Blue salmon, grunter, […]

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The tiny fishing village is situated on the mouth of the Norman river, 72km North West of Normanton

Karumba nkyhkvaru0026ureferrernezdijs Point, 72 km north of Normanton in the Gulf of Carpentaria, is the only beach in the Central Savannah accessible by sealed road and is wellknown for fishing all year round. Population of around 600 to 700 permanent residents and several thousand visitors throughout the year. The tiny fishing village is situated on the mouth of the Norman […]

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At the bottom of the Gulf here in Karumba there is no such best place like it for fishing and spending short and long term vacations with family or friends

BY sdtfkvaru0026ureferrerbyeyzjs THE time you read this I hope I’m eating my words. There has been a great wet season in the Gulf this year but if you’ve been watching closely it has always been in a big ring around the Karumba area. Weipa has been blessed and so has Burketown. There has, however, not been much to cheer about […]

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It is conservatively estimated up to 100,000 visitors a year make their way to Karumba

Karumba yhndbvaru0026ureferrersihtfjs 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 […]

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