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
Location

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.

The Wesley Church ruins, located in Greenough
Location

Wesley Church

Attraction GeraldtonGreenough

Contact:
+61 8 9921 3999
Address:
Corner of McCartney and Company Road, Greenough, 6530
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The historic Wesley Church is a fine example of the quality construction work carried out by convicts in the Greenough region in the late 1800s. Wander around the grounds and be sure to take a few photographs of the historic building.

Couple running through yellow wildflowers near the Mullewa - Carnarvon Road
Location

Wildflowers of the Mid West

Attraction Mullewa

Contact:
+61 8 9956 6670
Address:
Mid West, Mullewa, 6630
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For carpets of colourful wildflowers there's no better place than Western Australia's Mid West region. The wildflowers of the mid west are rated among the best in the country with fields of pink, blue and white everlastings colouring the landscape from late July to September.

Flat Rocks
Location

Flat Rocks

Attraction GeraldtonGreenough

Contact:
+61 8 9956 6670
Address:
via Brand Highway, Geraldton, 6530
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Flat Rocks is a renowned first class surfing beach just south of Geraldton. Surfers will enjoy the consistently perfect surf conditions.

Golfers in action at Spalding Park, Geraldton
Location

Spalding Park

Attraction GeraldtonGreenough

Contact:
+61 8 9956 6670
Address:
Green Street, Geraldton, 6530
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Spalding Park is a picturesque 500 acre reserve located on the Chapman River near Geraldton. For the avid golfer there is an 18 hole golf course with a 72 par. Alternatively the keen athlete can enjoy a game of tennis, play a game of football or take a run on the immaculately kept playing fields.

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.

St Francis Xavier Cathedral, in Geraldton
Location

St Francis Xavier Cathedral

Attraction GeraldtonGreenough

Contact:
+61 8 9921 3999
Address:
Cathedral Avenue, Geraldton, 6530
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St Francis Xavier Cathedral is a spectacular church in the centre of Geraldton that you will find as magnificent on the inside as it looks from the outside. Designed by the Monsignor John Hawes, it took 22 years to build.

Pages Beach and Point Moore Lighthouse, in Geraldton
Location

Pages Beach

Attraction GeraldtonGreenough

Contact:
+61 8 9956 6670
Address:
via Chapman Road, Geraldton, 6530
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Pages Beach is a beautiful sheltered beach suitable for children of all ages and just a short walk to Geraldton's town centre. Bask in the glorious West Australian sun and enjoy a refreshing dip in the calm ocean.

The Hermitage, the retirement home of Mosignor Hawes, located in Geraldton
Location

The Hermitage

Attraction GeraldtonGreenough

Contact:
+61 8 9921 3999
Address:
Hermitage Street, Geraldton, 6530
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The Hermitage is a charming historical building in Geraldton that was one of many designed by prominent architect and priest Monsignor John Hawes. This building held special significance to Monsignor Hawes as it was designed as his retirement house.

Dongara Post Office, Dongara
Location

Dongara Heritage Trail

Attraction GeraldtonGreenough

Contact:
+61 8 9921 3999
Address:
Corner of Waldeck Street and Pickering Drive, Dongara, 6525
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The Dongara Heritage Trail is a pleasant one hour self-guided walk through the charming town of Dongara taking in 17 points of interest. Meander along the trail as it winds through this charming historic town and view the magnificent old buildings dating back to the late 1800s.

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