Carnarvon Fruit Loop Drive Trail
Carnarvon, known as the food bowl of Western Australia.
The Carnarvon region is Western Australia is abundant with tropical fruits, succulent seafood and a vast array of temperate climate fruit and vegetables. Carnarvon is the regional centre and lush horticultural region. The plantations lines the banks of the Gascoyne River and yields a delightfully diverse array of produce.
About the Trail
A drive along North and South River road, known as the ‘Fruit Loop’ reveals the heart of the horticultural industry. You will find seasonal fresh produce, the famous Sweeter Bananas, seafood and locally made delicacies.
During summer, an abundance of fruits such as mangoes, grapes and watermelons can be found from pop-up plantation shops. Don’t forget to snap the perfect Instagram photo at the Cactus Farm on South River Road.
The sub-tropical town of Carnarvon is located in the Gascoyne region, situated approximately 900km north of Perth in Western Australia. It is a region abundant in fresh produce, succulent seafood, beef, sheep, space history and heritage. It is where art meets science in a world of good eating.