This big open-sided place is the hub of Karumba Point at sunset. It's the place to watch the sun sink into the Gulf over a glass of wine and a seafood platter. The food is reasonably good, but the view is better – a…
Dine in cute converted train carriages or at al-fresco tables by the camp fire at the Undara Experience Resort's cavernous restaurant. Kangaroo fillets, Georgetown sausages and slow cooked corned beef are the menu.
Also called the Karumba Point Fishing Seafood Market, you know the fish is fresh here as the owners catch it themselves. Buy local seafood to go, or dine in on some of the best fish and chips around.
Start the day with billy tea, campfire toast and wildlifewatching at Undara's Ringer's Camp.
Croydon's only remaining pub serves up good counter food, including pizzas, steaks and stir-fries. Bar snacks available all day. Sunset with a cold beer on the streetside veranda is an evening ritual.
At this central and long-standing cafe you can chow down on local fish and chips and the famous 'barra' burger ($10.50).