Laid-back coastal town Carnarvon is perfectly positioned between Shark Bay to the south and the Ningaloo World Heritage areas to the north. It’s the starting point for your next adventure, you will discover this fascinating town’s historic, cultural and foodie highlights. About 5,000 people currently call Carnarvon home, and the population is a rich mix of heritages and cultures.

Sitting on the edge of the mighty Gascoyne River delta. Carnarvon is a tropical oasis in a parched landscape. Thanks to this unique geographical advantage, Carnarvon’s fertile plantations and farms supply the majority of Perth’s fruit and vegetables during the winter months. 

Whilst Carnarvon is known for the humble sweeter banana, the weather doesn't fall behind as one of the competitive advantages of moving to this coastal oasis. Carnarvon has a desert climate prevailing. The daytime temperature is warm to hot, while it can also be cold at night. You won't have rain here anytime soon. The average annual temperature for Carnarvon is 27° degrees and there is about 131 mm of rain in a year. It is dry for 292 days a year with an average humidity of 60%. 

Community Facilities & Services 


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Carnarvon Christian School

30 Babbage Island Road Carnarvon Western Australia 6701

Carnarvon Community College

Marmion Street East Carnarvon WA 6701

Carnarvon School of the Air

20 Carnarvon Road, Carnarvon Western Australia 6701

Granny Glasgow Education and Care

15 Butcher Street Carnarvon Western Australia 6701

St Mary Star of the Sea

Johnston Street Carnarvon Western Australia 6701