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. A visit to the Geraldton Visitors Centre within the building will provide you with an interesting history of this magnificent historic building. Originally the site of a convict depot and later the Victoria District Hospital the building played a significant role in the state's heritage.
Saunter around the building to examine the intricate architecture and visualise life for the convicts and residents of Geraldton of the late 1800s. Take a tour of the building and grounds to learn more of the history of the building.
Appointments will need to be made through the visitors centre.
Geraldton is a charming beachside town located a short four hour drive north of Perth, offering an array of water activities to entertain all who visit. Take a walk up to the hill top memorial which honours those lives lost in the HMAS Sydney II disaster. The site offers an opportunity to capture stunning photos of the town and harbour.
Please contact the Geraldton Visitor Centre for further information