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Gascoyne River Mouth

The Gascoyne River was named by Lieutenant George Grey in 1839, two islands originally formed at the river mouth, Whitlock and Babbage, both of which are accessed by the Tramway Bridge and are home to a large variety of flora and fauna.

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In addition to the jetty other popular fishing, swimming, wind and kite surfing spots, are at the river mouth, Dwyerss Leap and Pelican Point with its beautiful white sandy beach.




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