Carnarvon Visitor Centre

Catch a Taste of the Great Life

  • Catch up with ‘What’s on’…

    image1Check out Carnarvon's 2015 Events Calendar, Carnarvon has some unqiue events happening every month, so make sure you plan your holiday and catch some action! 

  • Gascoyne Growers & Courtyard Craft Markets…

    MARKETS EVERY SATURDAY MORNING!Every Saturday morning from Mid May to Mid October the Courtyard Craft Markets and Gascoyne Growers Markets showcase a wide range of fresh local produce and an abundance of home made craft items and unique items. Indulge yourself in the delicious breakfast options available. Located at the Carnarvon Visitor Centre from 8am to 11.30am.

  • Catch a Wave…


    Imogen Caldwell surfing at Red Bluff, Quobba Station. Image by Lockie Caldwell

    Red Bluff and Gnaraloo located at the southern end of the World Heritage listed Ningaloo Reef isn't just famous for it's fishing and snorkelling beneath the waves. You'll find some of the most spectacular and secluded breaks here.

    Contact us on how you can experience Western Australia's most magnificent stretch of coastline.


  • Catch a Scenic Flight…

    Mount AugustusScenic Flights are now available from Carnarvon with Shark Bay Air Charter, Scenic flights to the monocline of Mount Augustus is the world's largest rock, more than twice the size of Uluru. This flight crosses the magnificent Kennedy Ranges as well as rugged cattle station country. There is plenty of time for our tour right round the rock, visiting ancient Aboriginal rock carvings that testify to Indigenous occupation of the area for millennia. Lunch by the idyllic, shady billabong known as Cattle Pool, tops off an exciting visit before flying to Carnarvon.

    Packages including over night stay at Mount Augustus are also available by enquiry. Flights to Coral Bay and Monkey Mia departing Carnarvon are also available. Contact us today to assist you to have an experience of a life time.

  • 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.

  • Ningaloo Marine Interactions…

    Photo 4-03-2015 9 36 43 amNingaloo Marine Interactions would love to give everyone the opportunity to see why the Ningaloo has been named a World Heritage Site at a discounted price. Come and experience everything Coral Bay has to offer!

  • Wildflowers are blooming…

    IMG_6875Wildflowers are starting to bloom in Carnarvon and surrounding areas. Contact us today to find out more about the Wildflowers in the area and let us help your plan your escape!



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