Gascoyne Attractions

A virtually untouched barrier reef off the North West Cape of Western Australia, Ningaloo Reef is home to the largest fish in the world, the Whale Shark. But don’t let the gentle giants discourage you...
Visible from more than 160 kilometres away, averaging 1750 million years old and rising 1106 metres above sea level, Mount Augustus is a magnificent sight to see. Twice the size of Uluru, this monocli...
Situated within Cape Range National Park, the stunningly sharp features of Charles Knife Canyon stretch as far as the eye can see, a must to explore when in the Gascoyne region. Steep inclines, narrow...
Monkey Mia is a unique place to interact with dolphins in their natural habitat. In the early 1960s, a pod of bottlenosed dolphins began what has become a ritual - nearly every day a number of dolphin...
At the southern gateway to the world renowned Ningaloo Reef is Coral Bay, a tourism hotspot with a penchant for water based action. Surrounded by gardens of pristine coral reef, white beaches and a la...
Get a feel for Western Australia's outback by following in the steps of pioneer Charles Kingsford Smith on the 800km journey known as the Kingsford Smith Mail Run. Taking you from Carnarvon through to...
An eco-friendly attaction situated on the shores of the Shark Bay World Heritage Marine Park, Ocean Park Aquarium provides guests with an interactive experience with some of the nation's most fascinat...
Attracting around 42,000 anglers a year keen for some legendary fishing action, the Gascoyne region is a fisherman's dream, home to tropical temperate waters and a mix of marine catches. Whether you p...
Also a popular fishing spot & the centre for prawning in the Exmouth Gulf.
Home of the Shark Bay Fishing Fleet, and also a good spot to buy fresh fish and sea foods (in season) if you can't catch your own.
In the early hours of Saturday, 21st May 1988, the 'Korean Star' was grounded by Cyclone Herbie on the rugged coastline at Cape Cuvier, 120km North of Carnarvon.
This beautiful, deep, fresh water pool is situated 55km east on the Gascoyne Junction Road. There is a chance you may find small specimens of chalcedony, petrified wood and even fossils which have bee...
Ready for an unbelievable adventure of a lifetime? When you join this luxury live-aboard sailing tour from Coral Bay, Australia you're immersed in their eco-philosophy, offering customers a purely nat...
One of Nature's natural phenomena. A powerful stream of water shoots into the air, at times to a height of 20m. Just south of the Blowholes is a splendid beach which is protected by a coral reef- just...
Running north from Gascoyne Junction. This range is well worth a visit.
A panoramic drive which climbs steeply to the top of Vlaming Head. Vlaming Head Lighthouse, Built in 1912 stands on the northernmost tip of Cape Range. Guided tours throughout lighthouse and lightkeep...