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Recreation

 

There are plenty of fascinating things to see and do in Carnarvon.

  • ONE MILE JETTY

    ONE MILE JETTY

    As the pastoral industry developed in Carnarvon in the late 1800s the local population pressured the government of the day to develop a port for the town. By 1897 the jetty had been built and wool and livestock produced in the region began to be exported to Fremantle and essential goods for the town imported using state shipping.

  • OTC DISH

    OTC DISH

    Dominating the Carnarvon skyline is a huge communication satellite dish. Opening in 1966 it helped ensure reliable communication for the nearby tracking Station. It was from here that Australia transmitted its first live satellite television broadcast.

  • ROCKY POOL

    ROCKY POOL

    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. Beautiful outback landscape with gum trees along the river bank. Kangeroos do bounce by at dawn and dusk and the bird life is outstanding. There are no facilities so you need to be totally self contained, be sure to take plenty of fresh water with you.

  • WAR MEMORIAL

    WAR MEMORIAL

    The war memorial now stands where the original water tanks once stood in the centre of town. This memorial was shipped from Perth and erected in 1923 to serve as a reminder of the tragic loss of life in the Great War, plaques representing the losses of life in the Second World War, Korea and Vietnam Wars were added later.

  • BLOWHOLES

    BLOWHOLES

    Located 75km north of Carnarvon all by bitumen road, this natural phenomenom is an awe inspiring sight to see. Powerful ocean swells force water thorugh sea caves and up out of narrow holes in the rocks, jets of water erupt into the air, sometimes to a height of 20 metres, creating a spectacular sight.

  • GASCOYNE RIVER

    GASCOYNE RIVER

    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.

  • CARNARVON PLANTATIONS

    CARNARVON PLANTATIONS

    The plantations surrounding Carnarvon utilise 1020 heactares of cultivated land that are on fertile river delta flats.

  • CARNARVON HERITAGE PRECINCT

    CARNARVON HERITAGE PRECINCT

    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 IN CARNARVON

    FISHING IN CARNARVON

    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

    KENNEDY RANGE NATIONAL PARK

    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.

Beautiful Sunset Over Carnarvon Bay
Beautiful Sunset Over Carnarvon Bay
Historical Carnarvon Pier
Historical Carnarvon Pier
Snorkelling in Carnarvon
Snorkelling in Carnarvon