I Have travelled to Gnaraloo and stayed at 3 Mile camp on 3 occasions. Twice as a family and once as a couple. Gnaraloo is a bit of a hike to get to, but once you come over the rise and can spot the entrance to 3 mile camp in the distance, the long drive pales into insignificance. The camp site itself is extremely basic and isolated so you need to plan thoroughly as to what you need for the length of time you are there, ie food, water, wood supplies, bait, etc etc, each time I go I remember something else that i need just to make the experience that little bit more comfortable. The more home comforts you can pile into your car or trailer the better, because it makes the experience so much more enjoyable. I would always endeavour to arrive no later than about 2pmish giving you plenty of time before dark to set up your camp site. Once you are all set then you can sit back and relax and breathe in all that Gnaraloo has to offer, swimming, surfing, snorkeling, fishing, 4 wheel driving, walking, sitting by the open camp fire at night, star gazing and thats just for starters. The only down side would be at times the staff can be somewhat surly and rude, maybe because the are busy, but no excuse. Also the toilet blocks could do with a bit of an overhaul and some signage as to which is mens and womens would be helpful, especially with young kids, having no definite indicators is negligible. Also a few spare shower curtains wouldnt go astray as they seem to tear every couple of days. Would I recommend Gnaraloo, absolutely, it is an amzing and wonderful camp site and I will definitely be going back!!!