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Welcome to the Carnarvon, Coral Bay and surrounding region blog, this is our way to share ideas, stories from across the region, amazing images, inspiration from travel bloggers and instagrammers and ideas for your next adventure.

So whether you’re a seasoned traveller or planning your first visit to Carnarvon, Coral Bay or surrounding region, make sure to check out our regular blog posts and local insights that will help you make the most of your visit.

Red Bluff, top beach of Australia

Red Bluff, top beach of Australia

It is with no surprise that Red Bluff on Quobba Station has been named #15 in the Top 20 Beaches of Australia for 2020. 

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Gascoyne: WA's hottest foodie destination

Gascoyne: WA's hottest foodie destination

Gourmet travellers being lured north by Food Festival and Fruit Loop Drive Trail  

On Sunday May 26 the Gascoyne Food Council and Carnarvon Visitor Centre launched the Gascoyne Food Festival, Fruit Loop Drive Trail and Carnarvon and Coral Bay Destination Guide to an audience of around 80 industry and media invitees at The Sunshine Harvester Works in Fremantle.

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Picture Perfect

Picture Perfect

Local underwater photographers Jake Wilton and Alex Kydd spend most of their days under the waves, capturing on film some incredible images of marine wildlife. Jake, who works with Ningaloo Marine Interactions, has recently made the jump to becoming a full-time professional, after being introduced to the profession by his good friends Tom Cannon and Alex Kydd.

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Waste not, want not

Waste not, want not
After seeing up to 60 per cent of all fresh grown produce go to waste in Carnarvon's horticultural district, local plantation owner Jo Bumbak decided to take action. Working with local growers, Jo rescued fruit and vegetables deemed too unappealing for sale in supermarkets - using produce which would have otherwise been dumped and left to rot.In 20...
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Painting the town

Painting the town
Carnarvon and the region beyond have provided rich inspiration from generations of artists. Sue Helmot shares how her creativity was sparked for an exhibition in conjunction with the Gascoyne Food Council. By Gabi Mills. "THE GASCOYNE HAS A WILD ENERGY THAT'S DIFFICULT TO DESCRIBE IN WORDS BUT READILY EXPRESSED THROUGH MY ART." says Sue Helmot...
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