A strategic State Government lot on the waterfront was released to facilitate private investment, create new job opportunities and contribute to State objectives such as regional prosperity.

Aerial view of Carnarvon waterfront and available lots (image credit: Ben Teo Photography)

Gascoyne Development Commission promoted the opportunity to prospective investors, providing information and co-investment opportunities where there were clear public and economic benefits associated with the development of the land. Development possibilities included boutique hotel accommodation, fine dining featuring local produce, a range of flexible commercial spaces, and more.

All lots have now been sold.

The Commission is working with the purchaser of 85 Olivia Terrace, DG Corporation, to assist the development of accommodation and hospitality at the site to create an iconic precinct for Carnarvon, a town that’s been labelled the next Broome.

The Shire of Carnarvon has approved the development application for The Pier, a mixed-use development that includes permanent residential, short-term accommodation, hotel, office, commercial, retail and food & beverage premises. See:



Development Opportunity Proposal

Investment proposal information package

Gascoyne in the media

Development application The Pier