Gnaraloo is a working pastoral station and wilderness tourism business adjacent to the Ningaloo Marine Park, 150 kilometres north of Carnarvon, in Western Australia. The Station comprises a 90,000 hectare area, with approximately 65 kilometres of coastline. It is famous for its coastline, wildlife, fishing, waves and wind. The main surf break in the area is known as “Tombstones”, which is a heavy barrelling left-hander.