Great things to do in Karumba | Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park.

If you’re looking for a great place to holiday that offers plenty of things to do, look no further than Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park!

Situated on the banks of the mighty Gulf of Carpentaria, Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park is home to some of the best fishing and bird watching in Australia. Not to mention, there are plenty of 4WD tours, crabbing excursions, scenic helicopter rides and sunset cruises on offer as well.

Come and see what all the fuss is about!


One of the most popular things to do in Karumba is bird watching.  The town is located on the edge of the Gulf of Carpentaria, which is home to a variety of different bird species. If you’re lucky, you might even spot a rare sighting!

Karumba is home to numerous and diverse species of birds including – parrots, finches, frogmouth, pelicans, seagulls, 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 virtual birdwatchers paradise.


Another popular activity in Karumba is fishing. Whether you’re an experienced angler or just getting started, there’s sure to be a fishing spot that’s perfect for you. Karumba is home to a variety of different fish species, so you’re sure to reel in a big one!

The following fish make Karumba waters their home – barramundi, blue salmon, golden snapper, grunter, catfish, bream, whiting, thread fin, mackerel, queenfish, and black jewfish to name just a few.

One of the most popular fishing spots in Karumba include:

– The Karumba Point Boat Ramp – conveniently located right next to Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park


If you’re looking for a memorable and exciting fishing adventure, why not book a fishing charter? There are a number of different charter companies operating in Karumba, and we can help you find the one that’s perfect for you.

Some of the most popular fishing charter companies in Karumba include:

– Kerry D Fishing

– Karumba Fishing Adventures

When you arrive, ask Mangers Hayley or Craig to book a tour or charter for you at no extra charge.


If you’re looking for a fun activity the whole family can enjoy, look no further than crabbing!

Crabbing is a popular pastime in Karumba and can be done right from the jetty. All you need is some bait and a fishing net, and you’re good to go!

Kids love crabbing. So make sure you bring the ankle biters with you for this fun and popular activity.


For something truly unique, why not take a scenic helicopter ride over the Gulf of Carpentaria?  This is a great way to see the town from a different perspective and get a bird’s eye view of all the amazing scenery.

Helicopter sightseeing tours are one of the most exhilerating ways to admire the beautiful landscape of Karumba and its surrounding areas.

Get an eagle view of the Gulf and Karumba. You won’t be disappointed.  It’s an absolutely thrilling experience!


Last but not least, no trip to Karumba is complete without taking a leisurely sunset cruise.

There’s nothing quite like being on the water watching the sun set over the water while sipping on a cold drink. Especially in Karumba where the sunsets are out of this world.  No joke!  Karumba has some of the best skies you’ll ever see.

So what are you waiting for? Come and check out Karumba! Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park is the perfect place to stay when visiting this part of northern Queensland. With a range of accommodation options available, we can cater to all budgets and group sizes.

Contact us today to book your stay! We look forward to welcoming you to our little slice of paradise. With so much to do, you’re sure to have a holiday that you’ll never forget!

Book your stay today at Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park!

☎️ (07) 4745 9277


Caravanning Benefits

The benefits to travelling in a caravan are many.

Benefit #1 SEE THE WORLD!

Caravanning is a great way to see the country. You can travel at your own pace, stopping wherever you want to explore the sights and sounds of your surroundings.

If you love a place, you can stay awhile. If you feel like being near the water, it’s easy to pick up and head to the destination of your choice.


One of the top benefits to living the caravan life is you’re not limited to where you park your mobile home – you can park your caravan practically anywhere there’s room to do so, and that the law allows.

If you come across a scenic spot that appeals to you, in many cases you can park up the van and pitch your tent at no cost.


Additionally, caravanning is a very economical way to travel.

You’ll save money on things like rent and mortage. You’ll also save big during your travels on hotels and restaurants, and you won’t have to worry about packing and unpacking your belongings every time you change destinations.

Benefit #4 IT’S SOCIAL!

Caravanning can also be a fun social experience – you’ll make new friends on the road and bond over shared experiences.

At Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park, we see this happening all the time. Guests barbecue together and many form life-long connections and friendships.


Finally, caravanning is a great way to connect with nature.

There’s something magical about waking up to a new view every day and listening to the sounds of the world around you. Not to mention the limitless benefits spending time in nature has on your health.

If you’re looking for a unique way to travel or live your life, caravanning is definitely the way to go!


For a superb caravan park location, visit Karumba and stay at the Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park.

Book your stay today at Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park!

☎️ (07) 4745 9277


Cool Facts about Kangaroos

Kangaroos are often spotted in our park and seen hopping about in the outback.

Here are some cools facts you might not know about these iconic Aussie marsupials.

  1. There are more than 50 million Kangaroos in Australia .
  2. Kangaroos can hop at 20 kilometres per hour and travel up to 40 kilometres in a night.
  3. Kangaroos usually only need to drink water every few days, getting most of the moisture they need from their food.
  4. Kangaroos are marsupials, meaning they carry their young in a pouch. The kangaroo joey spends about six to seven months attached to its mother’s teat.
  5. Kangaroos are herbivores and eat a wide variety of plants found in the outback.
  6. Kangaroo populations have been on the decline since European settlement, but they are still widespread across Australia.
  7. Kangaroos have a number of adaptations that allow them to survive in the desert.
  8. Kangaroos have a powerful tail that can balance them while standing upright.
  9. Kangaroos use their very strong back legs to jump with, reaching heights of 9 metres and covering up to 8 metres when they land.
  10. Kangaroo paws are covered with hard leathery skin to help them walk on hot sand in the Outback.
  11. Kangaroos also have big flat feet that act like snowshoes and keep them from sinking into the sands of the outback.
  12. Kangaroos can close their nostrils to stop dust getting in.

Kangaroos are amazing creatures that have adapted to the Australian Outback.

They often frequent the park. So be sure to bring your camera so you can capture a memorable snap of these beautiful animals.

Book your stay today at Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park!

☎️ (07) 4745 9277