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.

Port Denison Foreshore
Disabled Access Location Children Allowed

Dongara Beaches

Attraction GeraldtonGreenough

Contact:
+61 8 9921 3999
Address:
via Ocean Drive, Dongara, 6525
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There's plenty on offer at the beaches of the twin towns of Dongara and Port Denison - from tranquil bays perfect for swimming to excellent fishing spots, surf breaks and beaches where strong sea breezes keep windsurfers on the move.

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.

Sunset Beach
Location

Sunset Beach

Attraction GeraldtonGreenough

Contact:
+61 8 9921 3999
Address:
via Volute Street, Geraldton, 6530
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Sunset Beach is one of the most popular Geraldton beaches for windsurfing and kite surfing. Hire your equipment in town, and whilst you are there you can arrange to take a lesson with a former National Champion before taking on the waves and Geraldton wind on your own.

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.

Clinch's Mill, located in Greenough
Location

Clinch's Mill

Attraction GeraldtonGreenough

Contact:
+61 8 9921 3999
Address:
Gregory Road, Greenough, 6530
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Clinch's Mill is a splendid heritage building that was constructed in 1859. In its heyday, the mill was an important supplier of flour to the Murchison gold fields. While much of the building is in ruins and is not open to the public, it offers an exceptional photographic opportunity.

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.

Central Greenough Historic Settlement
Location

Central Greenough Cafe & Visitor Centre

Attraction GeraldtonGreenough

Contact:
+61 8 9926 1084
Address:
Cnr Brand Hwy and McCartney Road, Greenough, 6532
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Greenough Cafe & Visitor Centre is a historic village that has been beautifully preserved and captures the essence of life in the 1800s. Collect a visitor's guide on arrival and walk through the village, learning about the significance of each building along the way.

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.

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