Beautiful wild remote kitesurfing beach with flat blue water and waves 100m from the shore. Gnaraloo is suitable mostly for experienced riders due to shallow reef, rocks and absence of schools, rescue boats, high and low tides. Big waves spot called Tombstones nearby with tiny launch area and rocky beaches around. Flat light blue water lagoons are located also in Shark Bay and Exmouth around the area.

  Wind season: March-December

  Strongest winds: June-September

Waves: flat lagoon, waves spot 1-3m (3.2-9.8ft)

Air temperature: 26-29°C (79-84°F)

  Water temperature: 25-30°C (77-86°F)

In Gnaraloo and surrounding areas there is intensive wild waterworld due to remoteness from civilization. Gnaraloo is an isolated coastal area on the western coast of Australia, located in the Gascoyne region of Western Australia. It is a popular destination for tourists due to its rugged and natural beauty, with stunning white sandy beaches, impressive rock formations, and crystal clear waters. The area is also home to a variety of marine life, including turtles, dugongs, and dolphins. Gnaraloo is a popular spot for fishing, surfing, snorkeling, and other outdoor activities. Gnaraloo also offers unique cultural experiences, such as the Bush Tucker Tour, where visitors can learn about the traditional foods and customs of the local Indigenous people. Gnaraloo is a great destination for anyone looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and explore the beauty of the Australian outback.

Location of kitesurfing spot in Gnaraloo, Australia

Wind and weather statistics in Gnaraloo, Australia

Current forecast in Gnaraloo, Australia

Kite Hotels in Gnaraloo, Australia

There are not much options to stay right on Gnaraloo Bay – 1 place with chalets on the beach and campsite nearby. The nearest city Carnarvon is 150km (93mi) away.

Around Exmouth kitesurfing lagoon there are more options for stay in just 20 min drive from the kite spot. The most popular from them are Exmouth Escape Resort and Ningaloo Lodge Exmouth.

Shark Bay kitesurfing lagoon offers such stays, as RAC Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort with one of the world’s best-known dolphin encounters and Oceanside Village right on the shore with it’s beach challets with terraces.

Kitesurfing schools and rentals in Gnaraloo, Australia

There’s not so much to offer right on Gnaraloo Beach. This wild remote spot is more designed for experienced riders. Kiteschools and rentals are more concentrated around the shallow lagoons, which are much more apprepriate for learning. Check out Shark Bay Kitesurfing School – they provide kitesurfing lessons, tours, camps and downwind trips. There is also Exmouth Surf Centre near another lagoon with kiteboarding lessons, gear rental, tours and camps.

Video from Youtube from Gnaraloo, Australia

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