Tourist Attraction Karumba Birds

Karumba Birds – Photos

The Gulf area is home to numerous and diverse species of birds including migratory species – parrots, finches, honeyeater, herons, birds of prey, brolgas and much much more.  Karumba being located on the coastline with savannah grassland, meandering wetlands stretching up to 30km inland, savannah scrub and coastal mangrove environments is a virtual birdwatchers paradise.

karumba-point-sunset-caravan-park Birds at Park

Following are various photos provided from Karumba locals – Rose & Jockey Bouwens.

  1. Rainbow Bee Eater
  2. Black Faced Wood Swallow
  3. Black Winged Stilt
  4. Blue Winged Kookaburra
  5. Blue Faced Honeyeater
  6. Brahamy Kite
  7. Jabiru and Whistling Kite
  8. Glossy Ibis
  9. Pheasant Coucal
  10. Dollar Bird
  11. Magpie Geese
  12. Magpie Geese
  13. Great Bower Bird
  14. Pied Heron
  15. Red Tailed Black Cockatoo
  16. Silver Gull
  17. Wedge Tailed Eagle
  18. Wedge Tailed Eagle
  19. White Eyed Honeyeater
  20. Willy Wag Tail
  21. Zebra Finch
  22. Pelican
  23. Pelican
  24. Osprey Sea Eagle

Following are various photos provided from Karumba locals - Rose & Jockey Bouwens

Images of Karumba

Fishing is both a productive commercial industry and one of the most enjoyed pastimes of young and old around the Karumba area – alongside the thriving commercial fishing industry, there are also 1000’s of recreational fishing enthusiasts visting the area every year.

Tourist Attraction

  1. Norman River at one of the port areas
  2. Oz Minerals with P&O Maritime operate the ‘Wunma’ to move zinc from their
  3. Karumba De-watering facility out to larger vessels in the Gulf
  4. Vessel tied up at wharf in Karumba port area
  5. Karumba Point leaving the boat ramp_beach area
  6. Wreck of the Katoora up river from the Karumba town area
  7. Sunset looking across the Norman River
  8. One of the many varieties of ‘birds of prey’ in the Karumba area – keeping an eye out for lunch!
  9. An owl finds a nice shady hiding spot for some day time rest
  10. Some of the tired but very happy volunteers in the Karumba Community who work very hard to stage the annual Karumba Community Anglers Classic in April
  11. Lagoon
  12. A very happy young fisherman…
  13. Karumba Sunset
  14. Old Wharf at Karumba Point

Fishing is both a productive commercial industry and one of the most enjoyed pastimes of young and old around the Karumba area

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Postal Address: Karumba Point Sunset Caravan Park, PO Box 61 Karumba Queensland 4891
Tel: (07) 4745 9277
Fax (07) 4745 9480
E-mail info@sunsetcp.com.au

 

 

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