Gascoyne Junction

  • Gascoyne Junction is nestled on the banks of the mighty Gascoyne River, where the Lyons and Gascoyne Rivers meet, is two hours drive east of Carnarvon. First proposed as a town site in 1897, Gascoyne Junction now has a population of 46 people and is a centre for mining, pastoral and desert merino fine wool industries. The Museum was built in 1912 to house the Upper Gascoyne Roads Board, later changing into a school for local children from towns and stations close by. It now serves as a tribute to the town’s history with many of the locals donating items

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