2012 Events Australia Day at Karumba Recreation Club – 26th January, 2012 Featuring free community BBQ, Australia Day presentations, community Cricket Match between Sunset Tavern and Karumba Lodge Hotel, Great Karumba Cake Auction, Thong Toss, Iron Man/Woman & Junior and music from Jonesy & friends. Starts Midday. Karumba Golf Open – Date TBA Cairns to Karumba Bicycle Ride June 24th to June 30th, 2012 KARUMBA Cuppa for Cancer - July 2012 School fete with a distinctly Karumba flavour July/August 2012 – TBA Sunday Markets from April to September at Sunset Tavern Pink Ribbon Breakfast - October 2011 Karumba Katch Seafood Festival – TBA Karumba Senior Citizens Christmas Lunch Karumba Christmas Tree - plus much more….. 30 Mar 2012- 01 Apr 2012Karumba Community Anglers Classic 2012 Fun, Family, Friendship and Fishing in the Gulf – 2012Read more ›
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