To the Shire of Carnarvon’s website.
Carnarvon’s unique location, makes it a tropical oasis situated approximately 904kms north of Perth (capital city of Western Australia) on the west coast.
With its abundance of attractions, host of accommodation and exciting tourism products the town is a wonderful place for a truly memorial holiday. Carnarvon is commonly recognised for its banana plantations, tropical fruits, fine seafood and warm climate and situated in the heart of the Gascoyne Region on the doorstep of the Indian Ocean.
To check out what is happening in and around Carnarvon visit our events and entertainment page for all the details on festivals, ute muster, rodeo and much more.
“Guiding Carnarvon to a prosperous and exceptional lifestyle based on our climate, cultural diversity and unique coastal setting.”
"The Greater Gascoyne"
Check out the lift out in the West Australian on 29th October 2003 or click on the files to read all about Regions of WA - Greater Gascoyne. It's a great place to visit and live!
Average Temperature: 26.6 degrees celsius
Hottest Month: February (average temperature 32 degrees celsius)
Average Minimum Temperature: 17.1 degrees celsius
Average Yearly Rainfall: 229mm