• 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!

Competition time

Have you got some great ideas and photos to design a new artwork for a Gnaraloo Stubby Holders. Then start getting creative…………

They can be on anything and everything Gnaraloo from water sports, Fishing, Snorkeling or our amazing coastlines.

We are searching for some new ideas, so if you would like the great opportunity to have your design printed then please send in your entry

Finalist will have their artwork shown on the Gnaraloo Facebook and website pages and winners will receive a couple of stubby holders with
their design on, as well as some Gnaraloo stickers, towel and T-shirt.

Competition closes 5pm Friday 31 st January 2014, Winners announced Friday 7 th February 2014
Happy Designing. Gnaraloo

Changes to School Holiday Booking Requirements

As of 2013 any bookings during the Peak School Holiday weeks will require a 50% NON REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT and FULL PAYMENT 60 DAYS prior to arrival.

If you shorten your original booking full payment for the cancelled nights will be deducted from your deposit.

We have been forced to implement these measures due to guests simply blocking out dates during the holidays a year in advance without even knowing if they intend to come. When they have received their final payment letter 30 days prior to arrival it is only then that they decide to tell us that they no longer want the site or they want to shorten their stay.
This has prevented people who genuinely want to come to Gnaraloo from arranging their holiday and missing out on their favourite destination.
This new policy does not increase the cost of your holiday, it just provides a fairer opportunity for all.


The Gnaraloo turtle and feral animal control programs won an award for Natural environment conservation at the 2012 Midwest / Gascoyne Tidy Towns - Sustainable Communities Regional Awards ceremony in Kalbarri, Western Australia, on 24 August 2012.

Well done to all previous Turtles, Stuart Dijkmans, Gnaraloo site management teams (including Paul Richardson, Colleen Mason, Marnie Bartley, Barb Gadomski and Feral), Mark Hamann at James Cook University (Queensland), Mike Butcher and his teams from Animal Pest Management Services, Alex Richardson and family (Northern Ireland and United Kingdom) and everyone else involved with the programs for seven years of hard work, dedication and commitment to protect the Gnaraloo turtles.



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