There’s never been a better time to discover the magic of Queensland’s Outback!

So what are you waiting for?  Now is the time for your Outback Adventure! History of Anzac Day The Dawn Service The first commemorative event of Anzac Day is the Dawn Service at 4.30 am. This is about the time men of the ANZAC approached the Gallipoli beach. However, the origin is the traditional ‘standto’, in which troops would be woken […]

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Filled with a desire for wide open road, sunny skies, ancient river gorges and wedge-tailed eagles soaring overhead

Filled with a desire for wide open road, sunny skies, ancient river gorges and wedge-tailed eagles soaring overhead Road tripping: Cairns to Karumba The road trip between two coasts along the Savannah Way Highway, from Cairns to Karumba, is an awe-inspiring journey through the real outback Filled with a desire for wide open road, sunny skies, ancient river gorges and […]

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A Classic Way to Travel Across the Vast and Diverse Land

How to Plan a Campervan or Motorhome Trip in Australia A Classic Way to Travel Across the Vast and Diverse Land Seeing Australia by way of a campervan is a classic road trip. Many areas of this vast country are remote enough that in order to enjoy the quiet splendor of the Australian landscape you need to be relatively self-sufficient. […]

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Experience the natural wildlife of Australia up close with a natural wildlife experience in Karumba

Experience the natural wildlife of Australia up close with a natural wildlife experience in Karumba. See endangered species, unique birds, animals and plants and current conservation projects aimed at preserving our wildlife. Select Natural Wildlife in Karumba, Tropical, Queensland, Australia, from the list below. Alternatively select a different area. Tourist Attraction: To View Special Galleries Click on Category Animals Beautiful […]

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Savannah grasses, shrubs and trees along with a rich variety of wildlife provides a landscape which really is – amazing!

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 a […]

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Why There When You Can Here Check out our new onsite tents Ready made up and ready to go

DISCONTINUED Why There When You Can Here? School holidays coming up. Fun for all the family. Go camping. Check out our new onsite tents. Powered and unpowered. Ready made up and ready to go. Bring the kids and stay in a tent. All bedding supplied. BOOK NOW! for June, July, and August. You may also do advanced booking for September, October, and November. […]

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Tents Go camping Check out our new onsite tents

Tents Go camping. Check out our new onsite tents. Powered and unpowered. Ready made up and ready to go. Bring the kids and stay in a tent. All bedding supplied. DISCONTINUED ON-SITE TENTS IN 2018 BOOK NOW! for June, July, and August. You may also do advanced booking for September, October, and November. Postal Address: Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park, PO Box […]

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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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There are 16 different types of barra, but only five are found in Australia and the local species is only found in Karumba Queensland area

Take your caravan to Karumba, Qld, and you’ll find there’s more to it than mere barra and prawns. • Fishing and crabbing • Beach walks • Sunsets • Barramundi Discovery Centre • Sunset cruise • Charter fishing and croc spotting We left Croydon, Qld, after an early breakfast and made it to Normanton for a late morning tea. After a […]

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Karumba – a really interesting and strangely beautiful place

The current population is approximately 600. In years past the population was higher and the town was bustling with activity. Karumba used to be home base for roughly 200 prawn trawlers that worked the gulf for the banana, tiger and endeavor prawns. The current fleet is a mere 49 boats. The industry was rationalized to make sure it was sustainable […]

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