Carnarvon is nestled at the mouth of the Gascoyne River in Western Australia, close to Ningaloo Reef and the seaside town of Exmouth. Dotted with lush fruit and vegetable plantations, the town boasts supermarkets stocked with fresh local produce. Thanks to its coastal location, the town is a thriving hub of fishing, with fresh seafood readily available in quaint little restaurants around town. The Carnarvon Heritage Precinct houses a number of interesting sites such as the Railway Station Museum and the Light House Keepers Cottage. In cooler winter months, the palm-fringed waterfront is ideal for people-watching and leisurely sunset walks.
Carnarvon Heritage Precinct
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Hospitality Carnarvon is conveniently located by the Yacht Club in the heart of South Carnarvon at Western Australia. Just a few minutes away from the tranquil Fascine waterfront that is famed for its aquatic visitors, the hotel offers you a cozy stay amid verdant gardens.