The best way to travel to Carnarvon is with integrity
Discover Carnarvon - Western Australia’s food bowlNestled at the mouth of the Gascoyne River and famous for its banana plantations, this fascinating coastal town is yours to discover with Integrity’s Perth to Carnarvon bus trips.
What to do in Carnarvon:
Known for its friendly community and laid-back atmosphere, Carnarvon makes the ideal base for exploring an array of attractions.
- Walk Trails
The weather is ideal for exploring Carnarvon on foot. There are 3 dedicated trails:- 1) The Old Tramway Walk Trail is 2.5km trail taking the path the old tramway use to go and shows off the flora and fauna of the area. 2) The Mangrove Board Walk is 400m and meanders into the mangroves to the Gascoyne River Mouth. 3) The Fascine walk is Carnarvons unique word for the waterfront
- Lighthouse Keeper’s Cottage Museum
Built in 1897 and used until the late 1970's, this local icon was opened as a museum in 1988 so the world can see and appreciate its heritage value.
- The One Mile Jetty (currently closed to the public)
Located on the Carnarvon Heritage Precinct WA walk, this historic jetty is home to rivermouth views, mangroves, marine life and great fishing.
- Jetty Interpretive Centre
Photographic displays and museum artefacts from throughout the 20th century
- Gwoonwardu Mia - Aboriginal Cultural Centre
Discover the heritage, history, art and culture of the local people – a fascinating and rewarding experience.
Staying at Carnarvon:
Your Perth to Carnarvon bus trip is made complete with the most comfortable accommodation after your journey. We recommend you stay with our friends at:
Top your Perth to Carnarvon bus trip off with a fantastic Carnarvon tour and make your memories last a lifetime.
Take a day trip tour of this scenic, ancient and remote mountain range.
Pick-up and drop off:
On your Perth to Carnarvon bus trip, we’ll drop you off at:
Meet back here for your comfortable ride home to Perth.
Learn more about Western Australia and the accommodation you’ll stay in on your Perth to Carnarvon bus trip. Alternatively, contact us to learn more about us and make a booking or read our terms and conditions.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What can I do in Carnarvon?
This depends upon your interests and length of stay, check out our destinations page for ideas or contact the Carnarvon Visitors Centre.
Where can I pay for a ticket in Carnarvon?
You can book and pay online with a credit card. However if you wish to pay by EFTPOS or in cash then please go to Everywhere Travel or Carnarvon Visitor Centre.
Can I leave my luggage at Carnarvon Visitor Centre until you arrive?
Unfortunately there are no facilities for holding luggage at the Visitor Centre and we depart after the centre has closed. If you are staying in accommodation in Carnarvon, we suggest you check with reception if they are able to hold your luggage until closer to the departure time.