Fresh seafood and imaginative recipes make for a rewarding dining experience at this casual, sunny restaurant near the water. The Eastern-accented menu includes Asian-spiced calamari, Thai shrimp salad and Carnarvon…
This tiny museum, scenically overlooking the pier, sheds light on early maritime life in Carnarvon.
Great fishing and views. Walk or take the quirky Coffee Pot Train to the end.
Views of Carnarvon and the coast from atop the creaky water tower.
Gwoonwardu Mia, built to depict a cyclone, represents the five local Aboriginal language groups and houses a cultural centre and art gallery. Highlights include the poignant oral testimonies from Aboriginal elders i…
Located in the Gwoonwardu Mia complex, this training centre for Indigenous youth serves tasty snacks – try the breakfast wrap with eggs and chorizo – and the best fruit juices in town.
Fill your esky with freshly steamed crabs, prawns, mussels, shucked oysters and fish fillets. Tasty crab cakes and prawn burgers are also available.
Check out the delicious produce at the Gascoyne Arts, Crafts & Growers Market. The market is proudly plastic-free, so BYO bag.
With a fascinating, assortment of space paraphenalia., this museum was expanded in late 2014 with an interactive mock-up of a Saturn V command module.
Local fresh fruit and vegetables, as well as natural fruit ice creams. Our favourite are the frozen chocolate-dipped strawberries.