There’s so much more than meets the eye when you travel outback Australia
OUTBACK AUSTRALIA – SO MUCH MORE THAN MEETS THE EYE!
The natural wonders and inspirational museums and monuments you’ll find in outback Queensland are so much more than tourist attractions. You can make a connection with the ancient world through 95 million year old footprints.
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Or see Australia’s story through the eyes of the stockmen, explorers and aviation pioneers who paved the way for a thriving modern Australia. The history you remember from school books comes to life before your eyes in these places. Adventure holidays in Karumba leave an impression on your heart and soul that stays with you forever.
Landmarks, landscapes and local attractions
Whether you choose to enjoy organised outback tours or be your own travel guide and write your story in the dust, there is plenty to see and do in outback Queensland. Some of Australia’s most respected museums will be a highlight of your journey, like the Australian Stockman’s Hall Of Fame or the QANTAS Founders Museum. You’ll come to understand Queensland’s place in Australia’s story, and perhaps find inspiration for the next chapter of your own story while you’re there.
Step back in time at the Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum, the Eromanga Natural History Museum or the Dinosaur Stampede at Lark Quarry National Park. Queensland’s unique soils have preserved some of the world’s most significant fossils. Talk to the experts here, and dig for treasures of your own.
When it comes to natural beauty, outback Queensland is a wonderland of national parks, waterholes and unspoiled landscapes. Not sure where to start? Why not talk to the locals? Old fashioned hospitality is just another one of the reasons people choose to holiday in Queensland when they’re planning an outback adventure.
Check out our suggested holiday itineraries, including road trips and self drive outback tours that mean you won’t miss a thing on your Queensland holiday. Your outback mates have made planning an outback adventure even easier!
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. Cabins Ensuite.
02. Villas EnSuite.
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 to well established lawn. 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.
There’s so much more than meets the eye when you travel outback Australia. Make Queensland’s natural landscapes and historical attractions part of your outback story.
BOOK NOW! for May, June and July. You may also do advanced booking for August, September, and October
Postal Address: Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park, PO Box 61 Karumba Queensland 4891
Tel: 07 4745 9277
Fax 07 4745 9480
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