Unbelievable Huge Barramundi Caught in Karumba Come to Visit Les Wilson Barramundi Centre
Come and experience a beautiful location and amazing barramundi & sport fishing in the Gulf of Carpentaria. For the inexperienced or experienced angler, this is the ultimate for anyone that loves fishing.
Rod Kalms does it Good one Rod Great Barra Great catch Rod stays with Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park Where the Outback meets the Sea
Karumba is located in the Gulf of Carpentaria in Queensland, Australia. Situated on the mouth of the Norman River, the charming port town of Karumba is already well known as a recreational fishing mecca and birdwatchers paradise. Whilst Karumba is fast becoming a must do destination for travellers and fishing enthusiasts looking for an experience with a difference, Karumba has retained an untouched quality due to its relative isolation and small population.
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Ollie is having lunch at Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park Nice catch Ollie
Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park Christmas Holidays
During the summer (the wet season), the monsoon rains replenish the waterways and attract a multitude of birds with Karumba being internationally recognised as being an important habitat for some of the most unique birdlife in the world. Part of the wet season also incorporates the closed season (regulated waters) for barramundi fishing, which prevents people from fishing at certain times of the year to protect these species at vulnerable times in their life cycle, such as during spawning seasons.
Robyn Coates gets a 94 cm Barra Excellent catch Well done Robyn Robyn stays at Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park The park on Karumba Point right next to the sea
During winter, with the Barramundi in abundance and with the season declared open, many fishing enthusiasts and tourists from round Australia and overseas descend on Karumba for some of the best wild caught barramundi in Australia.
Aimee has gone and caught Dinner Well done Aimee
A lovely lady, with a lovely smile and a lovely Barra
The rich marine wetlands wind their way inland some 30 kilometres from the Gulf of Carpentaria coastline – this is truly where the savannah outback meets the sea. It also has the distinction of being the only town along the southern Gulf of Carpentaria that is within sight of the Gulf itself.
Derek and Judy top and Lenny also cashing in below
What else can you experience in Karumba?
Fish Caught at Karumba
Witness one of the most magnificent sunsets in Australia
They just keep coming in daily Big beautiful Barras Already a great year that only gets better
Take in the rare Morning Glory cloud that rolls through Karumba in the early hours of some mornings in September and October; or Walk along the beachfront at Karumba Point Beach – the only beach in the Gulf accessible by a sealed road – and just soak in the beauty of the place that is truly Outback by the Sea And the popularity of Barramundi is everywhere you look and you can learn all about these remarkable fish at the New Les Wilson Barramundi Discovery Centre.
Local Attractions Les Wilson Barramundi Discovery
Take a tour at the Les Wilson Barramundi Discovery Centre to discover the secret life of barramundi
blues barra festival Kangaroo playing instruments
- New Les Wilson Barramundi Centre Opening in 2019.
- Bird Watching.
- Animal Watching.
The Barra are rolling in daily Another super Barra Brian Day 72 Centermetre Barra Already a good year but plenty to go Book now
- Off Road Driving.
Where is Karumba? Karumba is 71 km by road from Normanton, 780kms from Cairns and 2159 km from the state capital, Brisbane.
for April, May, and June. You may also do advanced booking for July, August, and September.
Postal Address: Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park, PO Box 61 Karumba Queensland 4891
Tel: (07) 4745 9277
Fax (07) 4745 9480