Shire of Carnarvon
The Shire of Carnarvon is situated 902 kilometres north of Perth. It has a population of around 6,800 people and is 53,000square kilometres in size. The Shire has over 1,526 kilometres of road of which more than 84% is unsealed.
Renowned for fishing, beautiful coastline and a rich heritage, the Shire of Carnarvon is a popular tourist destination. It also has strong horticultural and pastoral industries.
If you would like to become involved in improving road safety in your local area, visit the Community Involvement page of this website.
The Committee meets monthly.
- Shire of Carnarvon
- Main Roads WA
- Department of Health
- WA Police Force
- Department of Transport
- Department of Corrective Services
- WALGA RoadWise Program
- St John Ambulance
- Fatigue - Driver Reviver
- Seatbelts and restraints
- Towing in WA
- Vulnerable road users
- Stock on roads
Pictured above: Local children putting their mark on seatbelts as part of Childrens' Week.
Pictured above: Second hand Sally with her makers (TAFE students) helping to raise awareness of hazards on rural roads
Pictured above: Carnarvon Driver Reviver operations, woring together to help prevent fatigue related road trauma.
To find out more about the Carnarvon RoadWise Committee visit their Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/CarnarvonRoadwise/
For other road safety information, contact Senior Road Safety Advisor, Samantha Adams.
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