1. We protect the landscape, associated habitats and all native flora and fauna at Gnaraloo. This includes terrestrial, coastal, marine, at surface and sub-surface environments, as well as working to protect dark skies both within and adjacent to the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area, in Western Australia.
2. We work to engage and inform visitors so that they can understand and appreciate the Gnaraloo wilderness and we help them to observe native wildlife without harm or disruption.
3. We support the recovery of native fauna and flora populations at Gnaraloo, including endangered sea turtles, by collaborating with scientists, researchers, government, traditional owners, community and school groups. We also undertake projects that address questions of ecological or conservation importance.
4. We develop, manage and undertake the annual scientific monitoring program of seasonal sea turtle nesting within all rookeries on the Gnaraloo coastline. We also undertake feral animal disturbance and predation control.
5. We develop, manage and undertake year round activities at Gnaraloo to protect the Gnaraloo sea turtle rookeries from all threats that may impact the number and/or reproductive success of sea turtles.
6. We develop, manage and undertake communication, education and engagement programs that reach out to community groups, primary and high schools, the public, government (State and Federal), universities and sea turtle experts both in Australia and the world. We lobby to raise awareness, support for and participation in the Foundation’s work, including in sea turtle research and conservation.
7. We develop, manage and undertake internship and volunteer programs that offer work experience, learning and infield training to professionals, graduates, undergraduates, school students and teachers and the public.
8. We also undertake complementary activities to support these objectives.