Cabins & Sites
In and around Carnarvon Holiday & Caravan Park
Well worth the two-hour drive from Carnarvon, Coral Bay is a marine lovers paradise. Named for its stunning coral garden only metres from the sand, this unique, laidback location is a must-visit for nature lovers with loads of on and off-shore activities to discover.
Celebrating the little-known role Carnarvon played in NASA’s manned space program and in the Australian communications industry as a whole. Focused on the Carnarvon Tracking Station and the OTC Satellite Earth Station, this popular museum is a fascinating insight into in the early years of Australia’s space industry.
Every Saturday morning from May to October, Carnarvon town centre comes alive with the Gascoyne Growers’ Markets. Pick up locally grown fruit and vegetables and meet the producers themselves. Arts, crafts, jewellery, and freshly brewed coffee are also available.
Duration: All Day
Test your skills on our Giant Connect 4, see reception for more information.
Positioned at the gateway to Ningaloo Reef, Carnarvon has some of Australia’s best snorkelling, diving and swimming spots. Build your own itinerary that includes The Aquarium at Point Quobba, 3Mile Lagoon at Gnaraloo all the way up to Coral Bay.
Gwoonwardu Mia is the Gascoyne Aboriginal Heritage and Cultural Centre that celebrates the five Aboriginal language groups of the Gascoyne Region. Enjoy touring and permanent exhibitions, café, gallery, Artist-in-Residence program and an ethnobotanical garden and gift shop.
The Carnarvon Blowholes were discovered in 1911 and form a natural spectacle as tides force water through sea caves and up through narrow holes in the rocks, causing jets of water to erupt 20 metres into the air. A spectacular afternoon out about 30mins drive from the park.
Carnarvon’s central waterway is named after the technique used to construct the embankment on the south arm of the Gascoyne River. A hub for walkers and cyclists, the Fascine is a great place to take a sunset stroll along the Old Tramway Walk or explore the Mangrove Boardwalk.