Gnaraloo is a first class surfing, kite surfing and windsurfing beach along the stunning Coral Coast. It also offers exceptional fishing due to its position on the southern tip of the Ningaloo Reef. Gnaraloo has 57km of coastline and offers a plethora of activities to entertain all who visit and an unrivalled setting to experience it in.
The sheer size and power of the waves at Gnaraloo Point suit only highly experienced surfers; though watching the intrepid surfers tackle the Tombstones is a sight not to be missed. Surfers come from across the world to train in these waters and provide spectators an enthralling time watching.
Recreational snorkelers and swimmers will not be disappointed by the marine life able to be seen just off the beach, so make sure you take a snorkel and mask along with you. Pods of dolphins, manta rays, turtles, schools of tuna and whales frequent the ocean near Gnaraloo - so keep a close eye out.
Find your own piece of heaven on the shores of Gnaraloo Bay, home to the world's third largest Loggerhead turtle population in the world.
A trip to Gnaraloo wouldn't be complete without a visit to the magnificent Monument Cliffs at sunset. Witness the power of the ocean crashing against the cliffs with the backdrop of one of the greatest sunsets in the world.
Gnaraloo is located 12 hours drive north of Perth, accessible from Carnarvon. Access to the Gnaraloo Coast is via the Blowholes Road, and the turn off is approximately 20km north of Carnarvon on the North-West Coastal Highway. A 4WD is required to access the site. For information on camping, visit Department of Parks and Wildlife.