Carnarvon Visitor Centre

Catch a Taste this August...

  • Day Trips to Kennedy Range National Park

    Kennedy Range & mt Augustus - 14Enjoy a full day tour to the Kennedy Range National Park,  enjoy the surrounding at Gascoyne Junction while you stop for morning tea. Enjoy the popular bush walks to the Honey Comb Gorge and  lunch at Temple Gorge.  Your last stop at the newly developed pub at Gascoyne Junction.

  • Humpback Whale In-Water Interaction coming to Coral Bay

    whale 2As of August 2016 for the first time ever on the Ningaloo Reef you will be able to experience an exclusive Humpback Whale In-Water Interaction in Coral Bay. Find out more....

  • NEW Scenic Helicopter Flights

    Carnarvon Aerial shotNew to Carnarvon is the Scenic Helicopter Flights, choose from the Kennedy Range, Mt Augustus National Park or the extraordinary Southern end of the Ningaloo Reef. 

  • Quobba & Gnaraloo 6 Day Adventure

    Photo Mar 24, 4 07 49 PMThe southern gateway to the Ningaloo Reef starts at Red Bluff on Quobba Station, 140 kilometres northwest of Carnarvon.

    Visitors will be amazed by the beautiful beaches, marine life and exceptional fishing, while the world class surfing, kite surfing and windsurfing conditions have been a local secret for years.

  • Gascoyne Food Festival 2016

    0Z9C0518The 2016 Gascoyne Food Festival is back this August, Thursday 11th – Sunday 14th! The Gascoyne Food Festival celebrates the abundance of locally produced fruits, vegetables, beef and seafood, and the rich history and significance of the horticultural, pastoral and seafood industries within the Gascoyne region.

  • Whaleshark Season…Catch a Glimpse

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    Image courtesy of Migration Media www.migrationmedia.com.au 

    Whale Sharks can be found along the length of the Ningaloo Reef from March to July following the coral spawning. The Ningaloo Reef is deemed one of the most reliable and easily accessible locations in the world to swim with the whale sharks. (which can grow up to 18 metres in length) A range of professional tour operators within Coral Bay offer visitors the chance to swim with these gentle giants.

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