Awe-inspiring sight of the Blowholes is located just 75 kilometres north of Carnarvon on a bitumen road. Powerful ocean swells force water through sea caves and up out of narrow holes in the rocks, jets of water erupt into the air, sometimes up to a height of 20 metres, creating a spectacular sight.

Just one kilometre south of the Blowholes is a calm coral-filled lagoon known to the locals as the 'Aquarium', with fish and shells in abundance and a white sandy beach, making it a perfect hangout spot for the family or even a beach picnic. The lagoon is an ideal spot for snorkelling, especially for those least confident in the water. 

It's important to plan your trip to the Blowholes, you want to get the most out of the experience. The Blowholes perform best when the tide is surging in for high tide, high tide isn't the best time as the water covers the narrow holes in the rocks, where the jets of water erupt from. Another important tip before setting off on your Blowholes adventure is to ensure you have plenty of water, food and general supplies. 

Want a unique way to experience the Blowholes?  

Coral Coast Helicopter Services offers as half-day tour to the Point Quobba, Blowholes. The flight departing Carnarvon is approximately 30 minute scenic. Taking you north along Miaboolya Beach and over Fitzroy Reef to the Blowholes and Point Quobba, known as the 'aquarium'. Landing directly infront of your very own private rock pool. 

You can choose to explore the Blowholes and the surrounding area on foot, laze on the beach and work on your tan or even go for a snorkel among the hundreds of fish which are abundant within the protected waters of the Aquarium. 

The tour includes a picnic lunch, cold drinks and snorkelling gear. Click here to find out more about the Blowholes Adventure with Coral Coast Helicopter Services. 


Camping is available at the Point Quobba, Blowholes for those who are self-sufficient, including chemical toilets. Toilets are only available for day visitors due to the vast distance between toilets and campsites. The wilderness campsite offers unpowered camping sites only.​ Some campsites offer direct views of the Point Quobba beach and other nested between the dunes and shacks. On site, there is a dump point and rubbish collection. You must bring your own water, food and general supplies. 

A ranger is on site to collect camping fees. Bookings cannot be made for sites due to the nature of the wilderness campsite. The campsite is generally busy during peak periods from June to August. 


  • ADULT: $11.00 
  • CONCESSION: $8.00
  • CHILD U/16: FREE