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Discover Carnarvon's heritage! The Heritage Precinct is located at Carnarvon; and was the original Port of Carnarvon. There are plentiful attractions in the historically rich precinct. These attractions include; One Mile Jetty; Lighthouse Keeper's Cottage Museum; the Carnarvon Tramway; and the memorial to the worst naval disaster, the sinking of the HMAS Sydney. The precinct undertakes many project aiming to preserve the remaining elements of the port and to create a major world class tourist attraction.
The 45 well appointed air conditioned rooms and guest facilities at Best Western Hospitality Inn Carnarvon are set in attractive grounds on the banks of the Gascoyne River. more
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Browse and buy photos from the Ningaloo Reef, Coast and Gascoyne Outback via this online gallery. more
Carnarvon has a great sunny climate (due to it's location near the Tropic of Capricorn) that is ideal for fruit plantations and relaxing holidays. Situated 902km north of Perth, Carnarvon has a population of 6,901. more
'A Thrill A Minute - The Sky Is The Limit!' Take time out to encounter the beauty and charm of this lovely region. more
The Blowholes are located 75 kilometres north of Carnarvon. This natural wonder is a ‘must see’ for all those travelling Australia’s Coral Coast. Amongst the rugged coastline is an amalgamation of rocks with a series of narrow holes. The powerful ocean swells force the surf up and through the narrow holes creating an awe inspiring image. The water pressure is that of a high pressure jet; shooting airborne of up to 20 metres, a spectacular sight. more