Geraldton attractions

The list of Geraldton attractions provides heaps of inspiration for things to do in Geraldton, from world-class windsurfing spots at Geraldton beaches to the pristine Abrolhos Islands. This being a region rich in Indigenous, maritime and pioneering history, there are plenty of insights to be found at numerous heritage sites and museums. Take a look through the list below and check out Geraldton tours. Or, to broaden your search further, grab some inspiration from the Cervantes and Jurien Bay attractions.
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Yamaji Drive Trail map
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Yamaji Drive Trail

Attraction Geraldton region

Contact:
08 9956 6670
Address:
Geraldton
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The Yamaji Drive Trail map of Geraldton in Western Australia includes 14 indigenous sites that can be visited, all with interpretative signage.

Russ Cottage, Dongara
Disabled Access Location

Russ Cottage

Attraction GeraldtonGreenough

Contact:
+61 8 9927 1323
Address:
1 St Dominics Road, Dongara, 6525
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Situated on the banks of the Irwin River in Dongara, Russ Cottage provides an opportunity to appreciate the unique lifestyles of the early settlers in the 1860s. Furnished in the style of the early farming families, the cottage has been beautifully restored.

HMAS Sydney Memorial in Geraldton
Disabled Access Location Children Allowed

HMAS Sydney II Memorial Geraldton

Attraction GeraldtonGreenough

Contact:
+61 08 9956 6670
Address:
Mount Scott, Gummer Avenue, Geraldton, 6530
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For a moving tribute to the sailors who lost their lives on HMAS Sydney II during World War II visit the HMAS Sydney II Memorial in Geraldton.

The Priesthouse Museum in Mullewa
Location

Monsignor J.C. Hawes Heritage Trail

Attraction Mullewa

Contact:
+61 8 9956 6670
Address:
via Doney Street, Mullewa, 6630
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The Monsignor J.C. Hawes Heritage Trail takes you through the scenic Murchison region on a four day self-drive tour of 15 buildings created by architect and priest Monsignor Hawes.

The Greenough Pioneer Musuem, in Greenough
Location

Greenough Pioneer Museum

Attraction GeraldtonGreenough

Contact:
+61 8 9956 6670
Address:
Phillips Road, Greenough, 6530
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The Greenough Pioneer Museum is located 405 kilometres north of Perth on the Brand Highway and just 19 kilometres south of Geraldton. This area of the Midwest is known as the Greenough Front Flats and is a truly unique landscape.

The Point Moore Lighthouse, from the Separation Point Lookout, located in Geraldton
Location

Separation Point Lookout

Attraction GeraldtonGreenough

Contact:
+61 8 9956 6670
Address:
Willcock Drive, Geraldton, 6530
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Spectacular panoramic views of the picturesque coastal town of Geraldton can be seen from Separation Point Lookout. Watch windsurfers gliding the idyllic waters with the greatest of ease and and boats heading to Abrolhos Islands.

Royal Steam Roller Flour Mill, Dongara
Location

Royal Steam Flour Mill

Attraction GeraldtonGreenough

Contact:
+61 8 9921 3999
Address:
via Waldeck Street, Dongara, 6525
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The Royal Steam Flour Mill operated in the late 1800s and has recently been beautifully restored to its heyday. Make sure you stop by this prominent building in the Dongara town site, which is clearly visible from the Brand Highway as you enter the town.

The Point Moore Lighthouse, Geraldton
Location

Point Moore Lighthouse

Attraction GeraldtonGreenough

Contact:
+61 8 9956 6670
Address:
via Willcock Drive, Geraldton, 6530
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The red and white candy stripes of Point Moore Lighthouse are a spectacular sight that stands out proudly amidst the Geraldton landscape. Standing 34 metres high it was the first all steel tower built on the mainland of Australia, back in 1878.

Chapman Valley Wildflowers
Disabled Access Location Children Allowed

Chapman Valley Scenic Drive

Attraction GeraldtonGreenough

Contact:
+61 8 9956 6670
Address:
via Chapman Valley Road, Geraldton, 6530
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Scenic drives through fields of spring time wildflowers and picturesque farmland makes Chapman Valley a popular destination for self drive adventure. Located north east of Geraldton, Chapman Valley is a prime spot for wildflower fans.

Bill Sewell Complex, located in Geraldton
Location

Bill Sewell Complex

Attraction GeraldtonGreenough

Contact:
+61 8 9956 6670
Address:
Corner of Chapman Road and Bayley Street, Geraldton, 6530
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If you are wandering the streets of Geraldton it would be hard to miss the aesthetically pleasing grand building that is know as the Bill Sewell Complex.

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