Shire of Upper Gascoyne

4 Scott St Gascoyne Junction
WA 6705
35 690 524 464
08 9943 0988
9943 0507

Suburbs and Localities

Burringurrah Aboriginal Community 6642; Gascoyne Junction 6705.

Significant Local Events

Junction Races - August; Landor Races -October; Gascoyne Junction Remote Community School Pink Stumps Day - October; Gascoyne Dash - May.

Ordinary Council Meeting

Meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month except January, September and December

Tourist Attractions

Mt Augustus; Kennedy Range; Gascoyne River (longest river in WA), Junction Races, Cobbled Road, Cattle Pool, Edithana Pool, Yarning Spot, Landor Races; Kickstarters Gascoyne Dash; Gascoyne/Murchison Tourism Pathways; Gascoyne Junction Museum; Wildflowers; Glenburgh Station Stay; Junction Pub and Tourist Park; traveller rest areas; picnic and bird watching areas.

 

Gascoyne Junction Community Resource Centre consisting of:

Visitor and Road Information, Souvenirs, Library, Computers for Community Use, Children's Activties, Dept of Transport, Access point for Department of Services and a variety of events hosted by the CRC through out the year.

 

**New Gascoyne Junction Visitor Stop being built 2020/2021**

 

Local Industries

Mining; pastoral; tourism.
Council Statistics for 20192020
Distance
to Perth (km)
979 979
Area
(sq km)
47K 46602
Sealed Roads
Length (km)
72 72
Unsealed Roads
Length (km)
2K 1760
Population 258 258
Number of Electors 193 193
Number of Dwellings 130 130
Rates Levied
Total ($)
390K 389943
Revenue
Total ($)
18m 18349620
Number of Employees 15 15
extraMile by Dapth