LATEST NEWS for KARUMBA
Barramundi Restocking activities April 2015 in the Norman River
KARUMBA COMMUNITY ANGLERS CLASSIC - 2015
Click here for the results and report on this years KCAC event - wonderful weekend, amazing sponsors and supporters, our fantastic volunteers and all the wonderful people who took part.
KCAC SPONSORS - please support our wonderful sponsors whenever you can - without their support events like this just cannot happen...thanks to one and all...
New Weather Station for Karumba
Just use this link to get information on Karumba weather - thanks to Carpentaria Shire Council -
The Gulf's own Morning Glory spectacular - for more information click below:-
Photo of small morning glory cloud formations at Karumba October 8th - just on sunrise
KARUMBA to KARUMBA POINT WALKING TRACK
Great to see so many enjoying walking, jogging, cycling and generally getting out along the track which is some 3-4 km from Karumba town to Karumba Point.
Many long term residents, businesses and really the whole local community has worked long and hard to see this project realised - some 15years of planning, lobbying, seeking funding and working towards this end result. So now we will all be strongly encouraging and promoting for people to keep in mind the track travels through sensitive environmental areas so everyone needs to be responsible, take care of and look after this wonderful new community asset so all can enjoy it.
This is our wonderful local paper - loads of news and information plus all the events and activities coming up in the area - it comes out bi-monthly on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month. For sending in news and items just email on firstname.lastname@example.org
The Chronicle also runs a Goose Club every Friday night at Karumba Lodge Hotel - great prizes and all funds support the Gulf Chronicle paper.
KARUMBA MARKETS - every Sunday from 7am to midday at the Sunset Tavern
Welcome to the Karumba community website - an initiative of the Karumba Progress Association.
Sunrise over the Norman River - just near Karumba
The Karumba Progress Association is a not for profit incorporated body representing the residents of the Karumba area. This includes community, business, services and the organisation strives to work closely with the Carpentaria Shire Council, Gulf Savannah Development Organisation and other key bodies in the local and regional area.
Karumba on the Norman River - wet season
Throughout the year the Association stages events, supports initiatives, projects and activities in the community and works to address and respond to issues and opportunities as they arise.
The site is for all the community and aims to share news, promote events, provide a directory of local businesses, services and organisations and anything else the community would like to see on the site.
In developing the site it is also hoped we can provide some useful information for those thinking of coming to Karumba or wanting to find out more if they have been before.
2013/14 KPA Executive.
President - Bill Rutherford
Vice President - Bernadette Nolan
Secretary - Deb Beck
Treasurer - Kyra Hill
For information on where things are - try this link:-
NOTE - The Karumba Town Brochure and Map is currently being reviewed with opportunities for listings in the new version - if you would like to change your listing, add a listing as well as if you are involved with Karumba not for profit groups which can have a free listing and include key community events - please contact Yvonne on 0747 459751 to organize today - cut off is 30th May - 5pm
We have lots of people interested in Karumba's interesting tides - for most of the time - only 1 tide a day - if you are interested in finding out why then try this link:-
Carpentaria Shire Council - click here for a link to the Carpentaria Shire Council website
Other links of interest
There's alwasy a lot happening - Lots of other events and activities are happening in the area throughout the year
Check out the EVENTS page
The Gulf Barramundi Restocking Association is a not for profit group originally established through the commercial fishing industry - to ensure future fish stocks and sustainability for industry and recreational fishing into the future. Today the restocking group has recently undergone significant changes and Carpentaria Shire Council now operate the hatchery and the Barramundi Discovery Centre. The restocking group will provide volunteer input and support for future hatchery and restocking activities to support fish stocks across the region. For any other information it is suggested to contact Carpentaria Shire Council.
The GBRA runs seafood raffle trays every Friday night at the Sunset Tavern to raise funds to support restocking in the Norman, Albert and Nicholson Rivers systems.