• Welcome!
    Welcome! Gnaraloo is a rustic oasis nestled along the Coral Coast where the desert meets the sea.
  • Enjoy yourself at Gnaraloo...
    Enjoy yourself at Gnaraloo... and discover something new!
  • Stay Wild
    Stay Wild Bordering a crystalline lagoon and next to the best waves in the world are 50 campsites that make up 3Mile Camp.
  • Stay Wild
    Stay Wild Sitting high on an escarpment, with panoramic views of the dunes and the beautiful Indian Ocean, is Gnaraloo Homestead.
  • Conservation
    Conservation We are dedicated to keeping our environment beautiful and protecting the sea turtle populations on our shores.

Gnaraloo Location and maps

gettinghere-fromcarnarvonGnaraloo is 150km north of Carnarvon. From the North West Coastal Highway, take the Blowholes Road turn-off. At the ‘King Waves’ sign, turn right onto the unsealed road and travel north for 75km, passing through the Gnaraloo Stone Arch. The 3Mile Camp turn-off is 11.5km north past the Arch. The Gnaraloo Homestead is another 4.5km north past the 3Mile Camp turn-off.

Road conditions can vary. Please check conditions before you set off with Main Roads  (08 9941 0777) and remember to carry plenty of water.

Gnaraloo is at the end of the road. There is no road access to Cape Farquhar, Warroora Station or Coral Bay through Gnaraloo.


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Gnaraloo mud map

Please note that the tracks shown here are the only ones open for public vehicular access.
All other tracks are station use only and closed to vehicular access. Access to other areas of the station is on foot or by boat only. No driving on the beach or dunes. No vehicular access beyond 6 Mile Gate.

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Safe Driving Reminders

The condition of the track varies greatly, depending on weight of traffic, weather and how long it is since it was last graded (leveled). Below are tips for driving on unsealed roads:

  1. Take it easy! Yes, you are in the middle of nowhere, but there can be a lot of traffic on the track. Be on the lookout for animals - sheep, kangaroos, goats and cows wander in the area.
  2. Carry plenty of water - enough to keep all your passengers well hydrated if you have a problem and have to wait several hours (or overnight) for help.
  3. Make sure your vehicle is ready for the trip - is your spare tyre in good condition? Do you have a jack, wheelbrace and a few tools so you can fix minor problems?
  4. Fill up with fuel in Carnarvon. We hold limited stocks of fuel at the station, so you need to plan to be self sufficient. You will need enough to get to Gnaraloo, drive around while you're here and, most importantly, get you back out again!
  5. If there has been recent rain in the area - check with The Shire of Carnarvon (on 9941 0000) that the road is open before you travel.

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