The only city on the Coral Coast, Geraldton has established itself as a contemporary coastal hub of cafes, shops, street art and galleries. The city's history and culture complement its laid back coastal vibe, providing that perfect mix of things to see and do while simultaneously feeling relaxed. Its beaches and sunny climate make it popular with water sport enthusiasts and visitors looking to soak up the sun on pristine white sand.
The region of Geraldton extends south to the historic town of Greenough and to Ellendale Pool, a stunning waterhole naturally formed along the Greenough River. Inland is Chapman Valley, home to beautiful rolling hills, scenic drives, wildflowers and microbrews, and Mullewa, situated in the heart of wildflower country and rich with architectural heritage. To the west, you'll find the Houtman Abrolhos Islands, a pristine archipelago brimming with beauty, marine adventures and history.
Geraldton is a bustling hub of culture and heritage. Soak up the city's cafe culture and laidback lifestyle while immersing yourself in the region's diverse history.
Often referred to as the Galapagos of the Indian Ocean, this stunning archipelago of 122 low-lying islands is rich with marine life, wildlife, heritage and history.
The charming historical town of Greenough is renowned for its bizarre leaning trees. Learn about the town's pioneering history, discover heritage buildings, and enjoy nature-based strolls along the Greenough River.
This stunning natural waterhole is found 40 minutes southeast of Geraldton, and is a popular spot for camping, walking and kayaking.
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Chapman Valley is surrounded by rolling hills and lush countryside. Enjoy locally brewed beers and distilled rum, wander along scenic nature trails, immerse yourself in history, and even have a go at fishing.
An hours' drive east of Geraldton, Mullewa lies in the heart of Wildflower Country and has a rich architectural history, with multiple Monsignor Hawes heritage buildings found in town.