The Sunset Tavern in Karumba is a popular spot for tourists after they have thrown a line in the water.(ABC North West Queensland: Kelly Butterworth)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelA remote fishing village in the Gulf of Carpentaria has enjoyed an influx of Queensland tourists this year as COVID-19 travel restrictions limited other options.Key points:The Sunset Tavern in Karumba is fully bookedLocal business owners say tourist trade is boomingVisitors have been coming from all over QueenslandThe tiny town of Karumba, about 750 kilometres west of Cairns and 570 kilometres north of Mount Isa, was opened to travellers from all parts of the state in early June.Local fish and chips shop owner Yvonne Tunney could not be happier."The last three weeks we've just seen business skyrocket," she said."The long weekend from the Mount Isa show holiday was phenomenal; it was probably the busiest weekend we've had up here for five or six years." Yvonne Tunney is doing a roaring trade in fish and chips.(ABC North West Queensland: Kelly Butterworth)While visitors said they had been struggling to catch one of the area's much-lauded barramundi in the past month, Sunset Tavern publican Hanish Monga said they had been coming in for a drink to drown their sorrows."It's been fully booked, they are always in and out, it's a non-stop process," Mr Monga said."People were coming from Bowen, Bundaberg, Proserpine, Brisbane, Cairns, Townsville,
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