Port Gregory

Port Gregory lies near the mouth of the Hutt River on Western Australia’s Coral Coast. This picturesque fishing village is encircled by five kilometres of exposed coral reef. Originally developed to serve the Geraldine Leadmine, the town is now a holiday hotspot for fishing, diving and offers a range of accommodation options.

Port Gregory attractions

  • Observe the changing colours of Port Gregory’s Pink Lake. Like many of its kind in Western Australia, its pink hue is created by bacteria (Dunaliella salina), which becomes trapped in the salt granules. The lake is best viewed at sundown.
  • Experience great fishing, swimming and windsurfing in the clean and protected natural harbour.
  • Visit the ruins of the historic Lynton Hiring Station, which once housed the convicts who worked on the Geraldine Mine and local pastoral stations.

Port Gregory accommodation

For further information about Port Gregory accommodation, tours and the local attractions of Western Australia’s Coral Coast, visit the Northampton Visitor Centre website or call +61 8 9934 1488.

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