NO Bull!! KARUMBA IS FOR THE BIRDS. You know Karumba and on the way to Karumba you can pass through a huge sanctuary of bird life. An ornithologists delight, and February, March and April is the best time to see the many, many different varieties of bird life. Come on up and stay with us at Karumba Point Caravan Park. The birds come right into the park so you don’t even have to leave. look forward to seeing you there. Click on this link and scroll down. http://www.sunsetcp.com.au/tours.htmlRead more ›
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Fortunately ( As Per the Mayan Calander ) the world did not end today! What a relief!! At least one gets to savour the flavour of a red wine or a cold brown ale once again and if I am lucky, a nice leg of Turkey and a slice of ham. We hope you also will be enjoying this special time with your family and friends and get to partake in your own kind of beverage coupled with a sumptuous table. At Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park we are still on the job working away with improvements to the park, systems and ideas that will enhance your stay with us in 2013. You will notice a big difference, but still in keeping with our Outback by the Sea park theme. Have a look at our Website: www.sunsetcp.com.au If you have not stayed with us yet then please give your self a treat this year and do so. If you have stayed with us before then we look forward to seeing you again soon. Your hosts Brigitte and Joe will be waiting to assist you where and when possible. Please introduce your self. Please have a great Xmas and a fabulous [...]Read more ›
You know I don’t usually recommend specific fishing tours but this one is a must. These guys really know about fish and where to catch them so if you want to get right among the action give these guys a call or check out their website listed below. They also stay at Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park www.sunsetcp.com.au so you get the best. Book now as we are a popular park. Sunday 28th April – Thursday 2nd May (boat required), 5 Day tour based around the Normanton and Karumba Region. $1 500 (2 people). This tour is on the five days leading into the Karumba Community Anglers Classic, Friday 3rd May – Sunday 5th May (May Day long weekend). Over $30,000 worth of prizes with all proceeds going back into non-profit community organisations. Nominations on Friday at the Karumba Lodge Hotel and fishing from 6 am Saturday to 4 pm Sunday.Check out this link and you can get all the good info. http://www.fc4magazine.com/tag-along-tours.htmlRead more ›
Take A Look At This. Well done Peta!! No doubt about it, women can catch the big ones at Karumba. Peta is staying in Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park just 100 yards to the beach, and on the 30 Th September 2012 Peta landed this 106cm Black Jew right off the beach. All she had to do from here was walk across the road to Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park, clean and fillet it at the park’s ultra modern fish cleaning facility, (probably the best park fish cleaning facility in Australia) and then whack it into the pan.You know I was just thinking. Catch just one fish like Peta’s and you can eat free for a week and at retail prices the value of her fish would more than pay for a one week stay at Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park. Anyway Peta, keep up the good work. Excellent catch!!!Read more ›