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Welcome to Karuah
Come and visit Karuah if you are looking for a quiet, relaxing, welcoming place to stop, take a short break or well-earned holiday. Karuah has a diverse range of services and accomodation, capable of meeting every travellers needs. The Karuah River provides a focus for recreational activities such as swimming, fishing and boating.
Relax along the waterfront, in Longworth Park with its child's playground and picnic facilities, walk on the wharf or swim in the tidal pool.
Venture under the bridge to relax in Memorial Park or watch as the pelicans and anglers compete for space at the boat ramp. Karuah is often host to pods of dolphins as they cavort in their feeding grounds around the bridge and wharves.
Whilst at the waterfront, purchase succulent oysters from any of Karuah's world famous oyster farms, visit the mainstreet for a bite to eat or visit the Karuah Centre to purchase some local art and craft, have a chat to local people or take a gentle stroll through the wetlands to view the magnificent birdlife and waterlillies.
Need to contact the Karuah Centre? Drop down and see us Wednesday to Monday or call 4987 0002
Need to contact Karuah Working Together Inc (KWT) please email on email@example.com
For all other community groups and contacts, please see our 'Community News' menu option, then 'Groups'
WiFi is now available in Karuah! BP and RSL club - please see staff for more information.
Port Stephens Community Transport provides a valuable services to people who are frail, aged, have disabilities, their carers and who have limited or no means of transport. Community Transport Port Stephens helps people stay independent and stay living at home longer. Please contact 1300 881 852 or go to http://www.ctps.org.au for more information and bookings.
Did you know we have a wonderful group of people who formed a group in December 2011 called the Karuah Local History Group? Keep your eye here for more information! Contact Lloyd 4997 5943 or Benita 4997 5109 for more information ** New booklet
Check out http://www.warmemorialsregister.nsw.gov.au/content/karuah-war-memorial our own Karuah War Memorial and all it's information is listed.
Two new local businesses:
Chris Warne - Handy Man:
Paula - Mobile dog wash: