Gnaraloo Station

Gnaraloo Station is set at the southern entrance of the Ningaloo Marine Park, 150 km north of Carnarvon.

The Station is a wilderness tourism business and working pastoral station. It is a rustic oasis that offers the real thing, an undeniably Australian outback experience like no other. A beautiful retreat from everyday life surrounded by stunning coastline. Guests can engage in various activities including, for example, fishing, snorkelling, surfing, kitesurfing and windsurfing. Gnaraloo Bay is 7 km from the property and is an ideal location to launch your boat or cruise the sandy beaches.

Gnaraloo Station is a paradise for people who love to fish. Whether you choose to use live baits, lures, rods or balloons, you’re sure to catch a variety of great fish.

Gnaraloo Homestead

Gnaraloo Homestead offers a range of self catering accommodation. Some units feature a patio with sea views and BBQ. Each unit has a kitchen fitted with an oven, microwave, cutlery and fridge/freezer. There is also a private bathroom with a shower in every unit.

3 Mile Camp at Gnaraloo Station

3 Mile Camp offers four styles of camping: Basic sites, Primo sites, the Lagoon site and the Hilton.
Facilities at your camp include three ablution blocks. Each one has bore water toilets and hot showers coupled with sinks for your dishes and laundry.
Additionally there is a well-stocked shop on site which sells most basic grocery items. Along with drinking water a few luxury items too like cold beer, bait, wireless internet, as well as power to recharge items or plug in a fridge.
The use of silenced generators is tolerated (conditions apply) but be respectful of other campers at all times.

The Fishing Lodge at Gnaraloo Station

The Fishing Lodge accommodates up to 22 adults in 10 bedrooms. There are two communal kitchens, three separate toilet and shower ablutions and 2 shaded outdoor areas along with gas BBQs. The entire Fishing Lodge can be rented or it can be divided into two sections for the purpose of different groups. Section 1 houses 16 adults and Section 2, 6 adults.

The Shearers Quarters at Gnaraloo Station

The Shearers Quarters accommodate up to 12 adults and has a communal kitchen, shared ablution facilities nearby and shaded courtyard with gas BBQ.
There is even a spot for you to clean your fish on stainless steel benches at the Homestead and you can also order fuel drums for your boats.
Well behaved dogs are permitted onsite (fees and conditions apply).

As noted above, Gnaraloo Station is 150km north of Carnarvon. From the North West Coastal Highway, take the Blowholes Road turn-off. At the ‘King Waves’ sign, turn to the right onto the unsealed road and continue traveling further north for 75km, passing beneath the Gnaraloo Stone Arch. The 3Mile Camp turn-off is 11.5km further north past the Arch. The Gnaraloo Homestead is another 4.5km north past the 3Mile Camp turn-off. Gnaraloo is at the end of the road, therefore there is no road access to Cape Farquhar, Warroora Station or Coral Bay through Gnaraloo.


Gnaraloo Station at a glance


  • Dogs Allowed
  • Fees Apply
  • Fires Allowed


  • Scenic Outlook
  • Shady Areas
  • Water Views - Ocean


  • 2WD Accessible
  • Close to Road


  • Cabins
  • Camper Trailer
  • Caravan
  • Non‑Powered Sites
  • Tent


  • Bird Watching
  • Bush Walking / Hiking
  • Canoeing / Kayaking
  • Fishing
  • Sailing
  • Swimming


  • Barbeque
  • Fish Cleaning and Filleting Area
  • Mobile Phone Signal
  • Open Fires
  • Picnic Tables
  • Rubbish Bins
  • Showers
  • Toilets
  • Water Available (Drinkable)