Gnaraloo station is about 1000km north of Perth, about 160km north of Carnarvon, and 80km south of Coral Bay. It is regarded as one of the best windsurfing spots in Western Australia, competing with Margaret River for wave size, consistency and form. This map shows the position of Gnaraloo on the coast. The property is an old sheep station, that has been converted into a tourist destination and is run by the Japanese Hakko group.
The drive to Gnaraloo takes about 10 hours (along the Great Eastern Highway). It is also possible to fly into the station in a light aircraft, as there is an airstrip on the property, but be warned, it gets little use. Alternatively it would be possible to fly to Carnarvon, hire a car and drive up from there.
| ||Home|| ||Next|