Carnarvon is located approximately 900 kilometres north of Perth on the North West Coastal Highway. It is in the Carnarvon Region of the Coral Coast area of Western Australia. Situated on the Indian Ocean coast and surrounded by pristine natural environments, it sits on the edge of the mighty Gascoyne River delta.

Often referred to as the ‘food bowl’ of Western Australia, the region produces 80% of the state’s total fruit and vegetable crops. It also provides much of states seafood, with a thriving prawn, scallop, crab and fishing industry.

With so much to see and do in Carnarvon, make sure you add a visit here to your must do list!

Gnaraloo Station