• 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 Sitting high on an escarpment, with panoramic views of the dunes and the beautiful Indian Ocean, is Gnaraloo Homestead.
  • Gnaraloo bay
    Gnaraloo bay Clean and clear, provides a great day at the beach, swim, snorkel and relax!
  • Conservation
    Conservation We are dedicated to keeping our environment beautiful and protecting the sea turtle populations on our shores.
  • 3  mile Camp
    3 mile Camp Campsite is located right on the beach with excellant snorkeling, just round the corner is the famous tomebstone surf spot
  • Surfing
    Surfing Ningaloo reef we have some of the best and longest waves!
  • Gnaraloo Bay
    Gnaraloo Bay What a great spot for some beach time, , excellant coral and beautiful beach!

Ningaloo Reef - UNESCO World Heritage Site

In 2011, UNESCO inscribed the Ningaloo Coast on its World Heritage List for its natural beauty and biological diversity. See for yourself - it’s only steps from Gnaraloo’s coast.

The listing of the Ningaloo Coast means the area ranks alongside sites such as the Great Barrier Reef, the Grand Canyon, Egypt's Pyramids, Yellowstone National Park, Stonehenge and Tanzania's Serengeti National Park.
Hon Bill Marmion MLA - Minister for Environment Western Australia

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3Mile Camp

3Mile Camp

The back-to-basics campsites at 3Mile Camp are located beach-side; the closest you can stay to the Tombies, if you’re up for an incredible surfing challenge.

Gnaraloo Homestead

Take in the panoramic view of the Indian Ocean from the Gnaraloo Homestead’s cabin-style accommodations; as close as you can stay to boat launching at Gnaraloo Bay.

Take in the panoramic view of the Indian Ocean from the Gnaraloo Homestead’s cabin-style accommodations; as close as you can stay to boat launching at Gnaraloo Bay.

UNESCO World Heritage Site

In 2011, UNESCO added the Ningaloo Reef to its World Heritage list as its ʽlush and colourful underwater scenery provides a stark and spectacular contrast with the arid and rugged landʼ. This landscape is on your doorstep when you stay at Gnaraloo.

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