Gascoyne Junction

Gascoyne Junction is the administrative hub of the Shire and home to the Junction Pub & Tourist Park, the Upper Gascoyne Historical Museum, the Two Rivers Memorial Park and the Killili Bridge. 

Gascoyne Junction was named the 2022 WA State Winner of the Tiny Towns Sustainable Communities Award and it is not hard to see why.  Visitors are often surprised at this oasis in the Outback.

Download our itinerary highlighting how to spend 48 hours in Gascoyne Junction. 

During your 48 hours you will gain an understanding of the history of Gascoyne Junction, experience being on country with traditional owners spend time at the Gascoyne Junction Historical Musuem learning about life on the land for our early pastoralists and how technology has changed the way of life for Junction residents over time and gain an understanding of the today's Gascoyne Junction as it has rebuilt after the devastation of the 2010 Gascoyne River flood that decimated the town. 

Visitors can also experience the tranquility of the Gascoyne River in the heart of town, the nearby Lyons River and also the Waterhole in Gascoyne Junction, the perfect spot for a swim, to spot some of our diverse birdlife or to watch the stars at night. 

Free Walking Tours depart from the Gascoyne Junction Community Resource and Visitor Information Centre at 3pm Monday to Friday from April to September.  (Not Public Holidays). 

Walk around town with your local guide and learn about life in the Junction.