• Australia's Coral Coast Region, WA
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  • Gnaraloo Road
    Gnaraloo, 6701
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Gnaraloo Station

  • Accommodation
  • Attraction
  • Camping
  • Wildlife Experience

Gnaraloo is a remote sheep station on the Western Australian coast, North of Carnarvon. Famous for its stunning coastline, wildlife, fishing, waves and wind. Swim, snorkel or dive on the Ningaloo Reef. Then relax in our accommodation or camp grounds and watch the passing whales and some of the best sunsets.

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  • 3 Mile Camp

    3 Mile Camp offers beachside camping, close to the surf and has a protected lagoon for swimming and snorkelling. The camp has bore water toilets, hot showers, basic laundry facilities and a shop selling basic supplies and a few luxury items.
  • Gnaraloo Homestead

    The Homestead is situated in the heart of Gnaraloo Station, high on an escarpment offering panoramic views out over the dunes to the beautiful Indian Ocean. To the north, it is a 7km drive to the beautiful Gnaraloo Bay, where you can launch your boat, or just frolic on the idyllic beach and snorkel the amazing Ningaloo Reef. A similar distance south takes you to 3 mile camp and a few minutes south of this is tombstones, our world renowned surf break. The Homestead offers a range of self contained, self catering accommodation to suit all budgets and for groups of all sizes, all with power from 7am to 11pm, drinking water supplied and most with hot bore water showers.
  • Gnaraloo Turtle Conservation Program

    The turtle conservation program includes field research, interpretation and technical reporting.