A breakthrough documentary made at Gnaraloo about the Gnaraloo Turtle Conservation Program and the first ever satellite tracking of loggerhead females that nest on the Gnaraloo coastline. Watch it here.
Gnaraloo Snorkel Guide & Fishes of Ningaloo
Gnaraloo offers some of the best snorkelling in Western Australia. The Ningaloo Reef passes very close to the shore and it is literally on the doorstep of the 3Mile Campsite of Gnaraloo Station. This amazing little book, by Ms Denise Jenkins, was prepared by her as a specific guide to the fish and other marine life that you are most likely to see whilst snorkelling at Gnaraloo. It has more than 200 photos of over 180 species that were recorded at Gnaraloo. The book is valuable as it gives a good idea of the marine life that you may encounter during your time in the water. It also provides tips and advice to maximize your snorkelling experiences at Gnaraloo and contains suggested snorkel trail maps.
The book can be purchased at the 2 shops at Gnaraloo Station.
Nestled in the Ningaloo Coast World Heritage Area, the unique ecosystems of Gnaraloo are habitat to fascinating animals. The Gnaraloo sea turtles nesting areas, located at Gnaraloo Bay and Gnaraloo Cape Farquhar, are among the few remaining areas in the world where turtles can lay their eggs without any disturbance or pollution. Discover the spectacular beauty of Gnaraloo and help to keep it as it is.
Turtle Tracker App (currently inactive)
Marine Turtles in Ningaloo Marine Park
Ningaloo Marine Park Sanctuary Zones
To be distributed for free at any educational event. Click on the image to download.
Sea turtle conservation
The Gnaraloo Turtle Conservation Program identifies, monitors and protects nesting rookeries of endangered sea turtles on the Gnaraloo coastline.
Scientific reports & papers
Our rigorously researched documents reflect important baseline data on the sea turtles of Gnaraloo and their critical coastal nesting habitat.