Carnarvon & Exmouth Depot Refurbishments

We're refurbishing our depots to modernise operations and improve your customer experience.


We invested over $1 million in maintenance and upgrades to our Carnarvon Depot, Carnarvon Store building and Exmouth Depot Yard. These refurbishments will improve our depot functionality and storage capabilities and help us to provide a better service experience for our customers. We also partnered with regional businesses to invest in local people and inject more money into the local economy. 

The project was delivered as part of Horizon Power’s $75 million Renew the Regions program, a WA Recovery Plan initiative aimed at creating jobs and improving services in the regions.

What's included?

Around 90% of this project’s budget was spent in the region, delivering on our promise to generate regional work opportunities and stimulate local economies.

The works will extend the life of the depot by at least a further 20 years and will result in:

  • More welcoming customer service areas
  • Improved staff amenities
  • Improved depot operations
  • Upgraded technology
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Exmouth depot upgrade

Local contractors, Exmouth Civil, upgraded our Exmouth depot laydown yard in January and February 2021. 

They enhanced the yard’s functionality by improving the surface, access ways and drainage, and by removing derelict structures and debris from the site.

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Carnarvon depot upgrade

We awarded Karratha Building Company the $6 million contract to refurbish our Carnarvon office and construct the brand-new logistics depot that can better support our Gascoyne Mid West service area.

The builder worked closely with other local businesses to invest much of its budget in the Gascoyne Mid West and surrounding regions.

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What does this mean for our community?

Horizon Power acknowledges the Traditional Custodians throughout Western Australia and their continuing connection to the land, waters and community. We pay our respects to all members of the Aboriginal communities and their cultures; and to Elders past, present and emerging.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are advised that this website may contain images, names or voices of deceased people.