Visiting the Gascoyne

So you’re thinking about visiting the Gascoyne region in Western Australia for your next holiday?

Well you’re in for treat (and boasting rights), the Gascoyne will not disappoint.

Two regional tourism organisations, Australia’s Coral Coast and Australia’s Golden Outback, are fantastic resources to help you plan your trip. Both websites are loaded with suggested itineraries, event calendars, accommodation and tour information. Both organisations have an annual holiday planner available for download or available as a hard copy, great planning resources.

Australia’s Coral Coast Holiday Planner 2018
Australia’s Golden Outback Holiday Planner 2018

Taking in more then just the Gascoyne region? Find out about travelling Western Australia.

The Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions administers Western Australia’s Parks and Wildlife ServiceVisiting and camping within our beautiful National and Marine Parks in the Gascoyne is an experience not to be missed.

Make sure you drop into your local Visitor Centre for local information and expert help. Book tours and accommodation, find the best places to eat, take home a unique souvenir or just chat about the weather and road conditions. Accredited Visitor Centre are located in Exmouth, Carnarvon and Denham

Be sure to call into the Gascoyne Junction Community Resource Centre for the latest road conditions and travel trips if headed towards the rangelands.


Internationally recognised for outstanding natural attributes the Ningaloo Coast and Shark Bay World Heritage Areas are situated to the north and south of the Gascoyne region, respectively. Shark Bay satisfies all four natural criteria for listing, one of only 4 sites in Australia to do so. The Ningaloo Marine Area is also an Australian Heritage Site.


The Kennedy Range and Mount Augustus National Parks to the east provide authentic outback experiences that complement the coastal offerings. The Gascoyne Murchison Outback Pathways network the landscape.


The main population centres in the region are Exmouth, Carnarvon and DenhamGascoyne Junction is a small inland settlement and gateway to the Gascoyne outback.


The Gascoyne is serviced by QANTAS and Skippers Aviation. From 01 July 2018 REX Regional Express will replace Skippers Aviation. QANTAS operates daily flights to Learmonth airport, a half hour drive from Exmouth, gateway to Ningaloo. Skippers Aviation / REX Regional Express operates between Perth Airport, Carnarvon Airport and Monkey Mia Airport. Denham, Shark Bay is a 10 minute drive from Monkey Mia Airport.

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The Gascoyne is home to some iconic experiences and ancient landscapes. Maybe you’ve heard of;

International and National Significance

The Gascoyne is recognised for it’s outstanding natural, historic and indigenous significance. Together with the the World Heritage listed Ningaloo Coast and Shark Bay notably mentions include;