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Carnarvon Visitor Centre

Positioned at the mouth of the Gascoyne River, 904km north of Perth, Carnarvon is the regional centre for the Gascoyne.

Carnarvon lies on the edge of Australia's Coral Coast, right between two World Heritage-listed areas - Shark Bay to the south and the Ningaloo Reef, just to the north.

The Shire of Carnarvon has plenty to offer visitors. Encompassing 53,000 sqkm, its popular tourist attractions include Gladstone Beach, the Blowholes, Quobba (including Red Bluff), Gnaraloo Station, Warroora Station and Coral Bay to the north.

Carnarvon is also the gateway to the world’s largest monolith, Mt Augustus, and the Kennedy Range National Park.

To find out more, make your first stop the Carnarvon Visitor Centre, in Robinson Street, where the locals will help you make the most of your stay.