Bibbawarra Bore

Bibbawarra Bore
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Bibbawarra Bore
via Miaboolya Road
Carnarvon 6701
Western Australia
Phone: 08 9941 1146
Fax: 08 9941 1149

Bibbawarra Bore Information

The spectacle of hot water gushing from the natural 914 metre deep Bibbawarra Bore is a fascinating sight. View the remains of the impressive 175 metre troughs that were used to transport the ground water to sheep and cattle, cooling along the way.

Discovered in 1905 the bore still produces a continuous flow of water today. Learn about its discovery and interesting statistics about the bore. The temperatures of the water reach up to 68 degrees so be sure to take care when walking around the bore. Due to its remote location, the bore is only accessible when the river is dry.

While in the area, pay a visit to the Heritage Precinct in Carnarvon where you can enjoy a walk down the historic One Mile Jetty, take numerous walk trails, fish or learn some of the history of Carnarvon at the Lighthouse Cottage Museum.

Located ten hours drive north of Perth and just a short 20 minute drive north of Carnarvon, Bibbawarra Bore is a unique sight to see.

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