Gascoyne

The largest rock in the world, Mount Augustus (that’s twice the size of Uluru), is just one of many natural wonders to experience in The Gascoyne.
Whale shark
Swimming with a whale shark at Ningaloo Reef
Image credit: Tourism Western Australia

Swim with the gentle giant whale sharks at the world-famous Ningaloo Reef, get up close and personal with wild dolphins at Monkey Mia, watch shark feeding time at Ocean Park Aquarium and witness the sheer force of nature at the Blowholes.

The region has earned itself a reputation as a foodie destination thanks to the quality of its produce – both from the land and sea. Exmouth Gulf supplies the majority of the region’s fish, while Carnarvon is revered as a food bowl, producing an abundance of fresh seafood, meat and tropical and Mediterranean fruit and vegetables all year round.

For more information, visit the Gascoyne Development Commission.

Gascoyne Map
Page reviewed 7 July 2022