Where is your favourite place in the Upper Gascoyne?

Published on Monday, 30 January 2023 at 9:58:55 AM

Share your favourite place to visit in the Upper Gascoyne with the team at Urban List and you will have a chance to win a $3000 getaway for two.   Simply nominate your favourite place to stay, eat or play in the Upper Gascoyne using the following link: Tell Us Your WA Faves To Win A Getaway For Two Worth $3,000 | Urban List (theurbanlist.com)

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Kennedy Range National Park Mundatharda Shire of Upper Gascoyne Gascoyne Junction

Perhaps it is the Kennedy Range National Park.

Whether visiting the western side on the Kennedy Loop 4WD Track or walking the trails on the eastern side, the ranges rise from the horizon with secrets to uncover. 

Bar and Restaurant Gascoyne Junction Pub and Tourist Park

The Junction Pub and Tourist Park welcomes visitors to Gascoyne Junction and is the place to stay and call home as you explore the Upper Gascoyne.  Sample some of the incredible food prepared by Chef Omo.  #junctionpubgrub   Here you can also refuel your car and pick up groceries, souvenirs and auto items from their small range.   

Waterhole for swimming Gascoyne Junction

The waterhole has a special place in the hearts of all residents of Gascoyne Junction.  It is a place to sit and watch the extraordinary range of birdlife that call the Upper Gascoyne home, or to sit in the evening and watch the milky way and the night sky above you.  It is also a firm favourite for a dip.  

Gascoyne Junction Historical Museum

Make sure you pop in at the Gascoyne Junction Historical Museum located in the Old Road Board building next to the Gascoyne Junction Community Resource and Visitor Information Centre.  It is full of relics from the pastoral history of the area and the changes that technology has had on the way of life in this remote part of Australia. 

Mulla Mulla Wildflowers at the foot of Mt Augustus Burringurrah Mount Augsutus National Park

The spectacle of wildflowers across the Upper Gascoyne is so easy to stumble upon from late July until the end of September.  The landscape is carpeted with colour.  

The world's biggest rock is pretty impressive.  Visit Mount Augustus National Park in the north east of the Shire.  Stay at the Mount Augustus Tourist Park which is dog friendly.  Explore the trails year round and climb the summit trail from March to October each year.

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