Carnarvon Visitor Centre

Catch your breath


Carnarvon, is the regional centre for the Gascoyne, and is positioned at the mouth of the Gascoyne River, 904km north of Perth, between two World Heritage areas – Shark Bay to the south and the Ningaloo Reef which begins just north of the town site of Carnarvon. 

The Shire of Carnarvon encompasses an area of 53,000 square km, including popular tourist locations, Gladstone beach (to the south), Blowholes, Quobba (including Red Bluff), Gnaraloo Station, Warroora Station and Coral Bay to the north. The town also acts as the gateway to the world’s largest Monolith Mt Augustus, and the Kennedy Range national park, located to the east of Carnarvon (within the Shire of Upper Gascoyne). 

Carnarvon’s attractions include the One Mile Jetty and Heritage Precinct, OTC Dish, Space and Technology Museum, Gwoonwardu Mia, Plantations and Gascoyne Food Trail. 

With such a diverse range of attractions Carnarvon and the Gascoyne can cater for a range of different interests and activities for your next holiday. 


21 Robinson Street, CARNARVON WA 6701

Phone: (08) 9941 1146

Fax: (08) 9941 1149


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