Garvaghey or Garvaghy (pronounced , ) is a townland and hamlet in County Tyrone, Northern Ireland.
It is between Ballygawley (about 5 miles to the southeast) and Omagh (about 11 miles to the northwest). It has a primary school, St Matthew's, a Catholic chapel (also called St Matthew's), a pub called Kelly's Inn and a shop.
Carvaghey is in the Parish of Errigal Ciaran. The Garvaghey Centre is in Garvaghey in which the home county team (Tyrone) usually trains.
Poet John Montague was born in New York on 28 February 1929, and raised in Garvaghey.