Karumba Point Newsletter

Newsletter July 2015

Because of the the Gulf’s extensive tidal flats, Karumba is the only town along the southern Gulf of Carpentaria that is actually within sight of the open sea. Karumba is also renowned as the place to see the most spectacular sunsets in all of Australia. If you are visiting between September and November, keep an eye out for the unusual […]

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Newsletter June 2015

Activities caption trdizvaru0026ureferrerbddaijs id=”attachment_2537″ align=”aligncenter” width=”810″] Limited Time Offer Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park[/caption] There are so many options when it comes to fishing at Karumba that sometimes it’s hard to know where to begin! A good spot for starters is the Norman River, where you’ll find huge Barramundi, Golden Snapper and Jewfish to name but a few. Trolling around […]

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13TH to18 TH July 1861. Burke and ———–

13-18 July 1861 – Burke & Wills Camp 119, Normanton The Victorian Exploring Expedition of 1860-61, more widely known as the Burke & Wills Expedition, left Melbourne on 20 August 1860 with the aim of crossing to the northern coastline of Australia at the Gulf of Carpentaria, discovering new land on the way. Four members of the party (Robert O’Hara […]

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Karumba Point Sunset Newsletter Decemeber 2012

Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park Start Tour! The Park Rates Tours FAQ Situated on the Gulf of Carpentaria, Karumba is a tiny town of just 600 permanent residents. Known as the ‘Gateway to the Gulf’ this place is well known by Queenslanders for its legendary fishing. From here you can easily access the Gulf itself as well as many of […]

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