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New Gnaraloo guidebook coming soon!

Denise Jenkins, author of The Fishes of Ningaloo and The Navy Pier Dive books, will soon release a new book for Gnaraloo: The Ultimate Guide to Gnaraloo Station.

The guide showcases some of the animals, plants, history and wave action of Gnaraloo. With comprehensive fish identification and snorkel tips and recommended routes, together with commonly seen reptiles, birds, mammals and turtles, the book highlights the diversity of life in both the ocean and on land at Gnaraloo. Packed with fascinating facts and even help with animal track identification during your holiday at Gnaraloo, the Ultimate Guide also describes the history of the Station and, for water lovers, the surfing, windsurfing and kiting.

This beautifully presented, colour photograph book will enhance both your appreciation and enjoyment of this magical place.

The Ultimate Guide to Gnaraloo Station will be available for purchase from February 2024, direct from the Gnaraloo Station shops, or online via

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READ the GWF’s “Notice of harm to Aboriginal and environmental heritage values at Gnaraloo Cape Farquhar, Southern Ningaloo Coast, National and World Heritage Area” (January 2021) here. The track was opened by the Shire of Carnarvon on 1 December 2020 and this serious matter has still not been stopped as at November 2023.

Speak or write to your local Member of Parliament to express your concerns about the damage being done to the Gnaraloo coastline, its turtle nesting areas as well as to the heritage values of the Gnaraloo Cape Farquhar Area and press them for better resourcing and action to stop this.

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