Gascoyne Junction Museum

Tiny museum provides glimpse into pastoral and mining past

This tiny museum is housed in the old Upper Gascoyne Road Board building, constructed in 1912. It features a collection which provides a glimpse into the region’s colourful pastoral, mining and natural history.


4 Scott St
Next to the Shire of Upper Gascoyne, Adjacent to the Gascoyne Junction CRC & Visitor Information Centre
Gascoyne Junction WA 6705

Opening Hours

Mon to Thurs 8.30am - 4.30pm; Fri 8.30am - 3pm

Gascoyne Games - more than sport

During the 1990s and early 2000s, residents from far-flung corners of the Gascoyne gathered every second year for the Gascoyne Games. The games included both men, women and children in sports like...

Natural Jewels

Not far from the raw and ruggedly beautiful escarpments of the Kennedy Range lies Mooka Creek, where Mother Nature wielded eons of varying geological forces to fashion these colourful jewel-like rocks...

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Rail history brought to life

Stand on the platform of the former Walkaway Station, close your eyes and you can almost picture a train and hear the bustle of residents as they awaited passenger transport, the delivery of fresh...

Lighthouse keeper's cottage

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Step back in time

Stroll through the historic buildings of Central Greenough, close your eyes, and imagine the settlement as it once was, bustling with school children, shop keepers, policemen, magistrates, school...

From military to medical - Moora’s post-colonial history captured in a series of varied displays

The enthusiastic team of volunteers at Moora Districts Historical Society has built a vast repository of information and artefacts about the region’s local history at Moora Museum. One whole building...

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