Easter Holidays are here plan now to come to Karumba, QLD for a long weekend
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A fire is not just to keep us warm once the sun has gone down. We make good food on it too, which takes a little planning, but thats half the fun. Before I go, I might make pasta sauces, salad dressings, spice mixes and treats to take along and add to local produce these days many campsites are near decent farm shops.
1. Prepare a Just pitched dinner
After the effort of travelling and pitching a tent, make your first meal something that just needs heating up. Italian meatballs and a tomato sauce made at home and then dangled over the campfire in a Billy can, then some pasta, is ideal.
2. Take campfire treats
One of the joys of camping is sitting around the campfire at night, chatting with a beer and some snacks. I make spiced nuts at home and bring them along, which are great to share with friends.
3. Childrens bedtime treats
My children display boundless energy when theyre in a field, so to slow them down for bedtime I make them some real hot chocolate.
4. Something veggie
Cooking outside can mean a relentless diet of meat. I balance our camping diet with vegetarian meals.
5. The festival pie
In the past I would never have dreamed of taking a pie to a festival and would have instead perused the stalls offering international cuisine. As I now have three children and cant afford to purchase festival food for everyone, I take a large festival pie to feed the family. It should do two meals if kept in a cool box. Something best eaten cold, like a lamb pie.
6. Some beans
I pack some meals that wont suffer too much if I cant keep the cool box super cool. Like quesadillas. filled with beans, salsa and cheese. To whip up lunch quickly, I make the bean mixture at home and then only have to assemble the quesadillas and heat them up.
Spruce up burgers and sausages over the campfire with homemade relishes and chutneys that you have brought along to camp.
8. Sweet treats
When setting up camp, I keep the children quiet with a cake or two. Some cakes travel better than others; ginger cake, lemon drizzle and brownies are tried and tested.
9. Store cupboard dinner
Lay something on for a quick and easy lunch. For example, pasta served with pesto prepared at home.
10. Onepot meal
A onepot meal is good if you dont have many pans, limited washing up facilities or only one burner to cook on. You can include the carbs in the pot such as pasta or potatoes or eat it with bread warmed over the campfire
Karumba township consists of a small supermarket, pub, butcher, baker, post office, police station and pharmacy – all within easy walking distance of the caravan park. There is also a mechanical and marine workshop, a fuel outlet, a library, and the bowls and golf club are close by. Karumba Point has a small supermarket, a tavern with Pokies, TAB, cafe, and fish shop and Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park has a takeaway service, Pizzas and a shop with clothing, food, souvenirs and other essentials. We have all you need at the point.
Without a doubt Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park location in one of Australias finest with nearby beach, panoramic ocean views, excellent fishing
Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park is an ideal place to stay and we recommend to all visitors who have intention to stay short or long term stay because one will get following facilities under one roof such as
01. EnSuited Cabins.
02. EnSuited Villas.
03. Unpowered Site.
04. Powered Site.
05. Coined Washing Machine.
06. Fish Cleaning Area.
07. Dump Stations.
09. Office / Shop / Cafe.
10. Clothes Lines.
12. Camp Kitchen.
14. Swimming Pool.
15. Car Wash.
16. Pizza Service.
17. Staff Hospitality.
18. Park Slabs Area.
19. Park Gardens.
20. Park Trees.
A beautiful relaxing atmosphere is created by the abundance of trees and colorful flowers situated through out the park with wildlife frequenting constantly.
BBQ facilities are available at the park and public phone booths are also situated in convenient locations. There are spotless ablution blocks providing excellent shower and laundry facilities.
For those lazy days relaxing you can also treat yourself to a dip in the swimming pool that is provided for all to use.
Internet facilities are provided.
The caravan sites range from cement slabs and outrageous lawns. They are excellent for campers of all types. There is a special area for cleaning fish and if you would like to walk then there is walking track just few steps away from the Park. The layout of the sites is non regimental adding an easy going feel to the park. Well established trees are everywhere with a shady spot being no problem to find.
The swimming pool is there for all to enjoy. A great setting for those lazy days to lay back and relax. The swimming pool is open all year round and is maintained daily.
Children under the age of ten must be accompanied by an adult.
BOOK NOW! for March, April, May and June. You may also do advanced booking for July, August, September, and August.
Postal Address: Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park, PO Box 61 Karumba Queensland 4891
Tel: 07 4745 9277
Fax 07 4745 9480