Barachois Brook, Newfoundland and Labrador
Barachois Brook is a Canadian community in the province of Newfoundland and Labrador. It is on the western coast of the province, on Bay St. George, located just 3 miles south of Stephenville Crossing.
"Black Bank", a popular beach, is located in Barachois Brook.
The post office was established there in 1963. The first Postmaster was Churchill J. Messervey.
It had an estimated population of roughly 250 as of 2015.
Barachois Brook once had a RCMP branch which is no longer in use. The building is now used by the provincial government as a Fisheries and Wildlife office.