There are plenty of fascinating things to see and do in Carnarvon.
The One Mile Jetty is a popular fishing spot for the locals who catch Mulloway, Tailor and Bream all year round.
Dominating the Carnarvon skyline is a huge communication satellite dish.
A delightful bush camping spot with a fresh water pool in one of few places along the Gascoyne River which holds water long after the river ceases to flow.
The war memorial now stands where the original water tanks once stood in the centre of town.
Located 75km north of Carnarvon all by bitumen road, this natural phenomenon is an awe inspiring sight to see.
The Gascoyne River is often referred to as the life blood of Carnarvon, considering that the town and surrounding plantations get their water supplies through bores below the dry river bed this is not surprising to hear.
The plantations surrounding Carnarvon utilise 1020 hectares of cultivated land that are on fertile river delta flats.
Take a step back in time and immerse your self in the rich history that made Carnarvon the beautiful seaside town it is today.
Fishing is an extremely popular pastime in Carnarvon, great fishing spots for all levels of people, from the beach or the boat to the jetty - Carnarvon has it all including sunken wrecks.
Kennedy Range National Park, Western Australia is located 150 kilometres east of Carnarvon and extends for roughly 195 kilometres in a northerly direction from near Gascoyne Junction.
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Things to do in Carnarvon