The Gnaraloo Wilderness Foundation is a not-for-profit charity that stands for the natural environment at Gnaraloo, within and adjacent to the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area in Western Australia. Our focus includes native flora and fauna, on land and in the ocean, and the conservation of dark skies.
Gnaraloo is adjacent to the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area and Ningaloo Marine Park in North Western Australia. It abuts 65 km of coastline, including southern parts of the Ningaloo Reef and 4 marine sanctuary zones.
The Gnaraloo Wilderness Foundation is dedicated to protect the landscape, associated habitats and all native flora and fauna species at Gnaraloo. Our conservation efforts support the third largest loggerhead turtle population in the world.
Community and schools may share in the research work of the Gnaraloo Wilderness Foundation through field excursions and free presentations. It’s a great chance to talk to field scientists and discover more about marine turtle conservation.
Keep Gnaraloo Wild
We deeply believe that Gnaraloo should stay as it is, wild and undeveloped, to protect its biodiversity and wilderness experience.
Together, we can make a difference. Find out ways you can help Keep Gnaraloo Wild and conserve endangered sea turtles for future generations.
Our rigorously researched documents reflect important baseline data on the sea turtles of Gnaraloo and their critical coastal nesting habitat.
News from the field
Gnaraloo Cape Farquhar remains exposed with World Heritage values being lost. The Farquhar area is an important location at Gnaraloo with high heritage values which continue to be damaged by…
Gnaraloo has many different sides, more than you may realize at first glance. It is not often you get to look up at a pitch black sky and see all…
Gnaraloo is a wild, beautiful place that is also nesting grounds for endangered Loggerhead and Green sea turtles. Gnaraloo’s white sandy beaches and crystal blue waters offer turtles the perfect…
We have continued to work tirelessly during the financial year 2019/20 to protect the Gnaraloo Wilderness Area. We're excited to share some of our achievements with you today and hope…