Bookings is essential and can be made with the office. You can do advance booking by email or call 07-47459277.
If you would like to come each week Park management can reserve that as well. Many visitors recommend it so don’t miss out! In season, A lot of people enjoyed monthly FREE sausage sizzle every year.
On Friday the 28th April Park will be doing a Royal Flying Doctor Fundraiser in association with the Rotary Tag Along Tour that are staying at our park. As we all know the RFDS provide a vital service to remote areas such as ours so dig deep for this important cause.
Please note that there will be no meals on Friday 30th of June due to the 70s Disco and Friday the 21st of July due to the Elvis Dinner Show the Sunday after.
You think everyone in the WORLD would know what it is, but apparently not. Then I found this classic explanation of the sausage sizzle form imperator-spewriosa on Tumblr and it made me laugh.
WHAT’S A SAUSAGE SIZZLE? Sit down my friend, you are about to learn about a key element of Australian cultural life.
A sausage sizzle occurs in large public spaces, on hot sunny days (so all year round). A sausage sizzle is either free, as a draw to the event, or a fundraiser, in which it is acceptable to charge up to $3.80 for your sausage sizzle. It must be a fundraiser for a local community organisation, however. Scouts, public schools, bush fire brigades, surf life saving clubs etc are all appropriate causes for the fundraiser sausage sizzle.
A single sausage, presented on a single piece of white bread with margarine. You can choose from two kinds of sauces, tomato or barbecue. Most of the time you can also get fried onion too, if you like it.
It is WITHIN the spirit of the Sausage Sizzle to provide inclusive alternatives – vegan/halal/kosher – depending on the local community. Sausage sizzles are for all Australians.
Sausage Sizzles are part of all important Australian cultural activities.
Park’s cafe opens for business from 9am to 3pm daily and Wednesday opens through to 7pm. It offers a selection of foods and beverages to choose from. The menu is given below, so come in and enjoy.
Coffee (Cappucino / Latte) $4.00
Tea / Hot Chocolate $3.00
Mango / Berry Smoothies $5.00
Choc / Strawberry Milkshakes $7.00
Ice Cream Cone (Banana, Choc & Vanilla) $2.50
Muffins ( Choc & Blueberry) $3.50
Raisin Toast $1 per slice
Banana Cake and Cheesecake
Pies (Beef, Beef & Cheese) $4.50 – sauce 60c
Sausage Rolls $3.80
Curry Veg Samosas $1.50
Vege Spring Roll $1.50
Dim Sim $1.50
Cup of Hot Chips $3.00
Container Hot Chips and Gravy $5.00
Beef and Gravy Roll $8.00
Bacon & Egg Roll $8.00 with Salad $2 extra
Toasted Sandwich $6.00
Chicken Wrap $8.00
Cafe menu changes and expand throughout the season so check the blackboard outside the cafe window for any specials.
What a Load of Croc is now a weekly publication that will be sent to your email, placed into the villas / cabins and also available at reception every Monday afternoon.
BOOK NOW! 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
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