At Gnaraloo Bay, in remote Western Australia, scientists are about to discover the mystery of the Gnaraloo sea turtles. This breakthrough documentary was made at Gnaraloo about the Gnaraloo Turtle Conservation Program and the first ever satellite tracking of loggerhead females that nest on the Gnaraloo coastline. You can watch it here for $8 and support our conservation efforts.
Welcome to the office
Two of the GTCP scientific interns 2015/16, Nicholas Goldsmith (UK) and Kimberly Nielsen (USA), answer questions from Furze Platt Junior School in England.
Tess DeSerisy, Scientific Intern 2017/18, Part 1
This video is an introduction of Tess DeSerisy (USA), Scientific Intern for the Gnaraloo Turtle Conservation Program 2017/18, and a lead up to the documentary “The Mystery of the Gnaraloo Sea Turtles“. Video made for Eckerd College, USA.
Tess DeSerisy, Scientific Intern 2017/18, Part 2
This video is a presentation about the Gnaraloo Turtle Conservation Program, by Tess DeSerisy (USA), GTCP Scientific Intern 2017/18, following the screening of the documentary “The Mystery of the Gnaraloo Sea Turtles” at Eckerd College, USA.
Swimming with sea turtles at Gnaraloo
Moments of beauty under the sea at Gnaraloo Bay, 3Mile & Farquhar.
Sea turtle hatchlings at Gnaraloo
The early life of loggerhead hatchlings at the Gnaraloo Bay Rookery.
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.