Geraldton Holidays & Travel Guide

The only city on Western Australia's stunning Coral Coast, Geraldton is a four and a half hour drive north of the capital Perth. Enjoying a laidback coastal vibe, Geraldton has an established reputation as a contemporary coastal hub of street art, shops, cafes and galleries. The local culture and history perfectly compliment the relaxed yet abundant range of things to see and do. A sunny climate and fantastic beaches make Geraldton a popular spot for outdoor enthusiasts and visitors looking to soak up the sun, get amongst the excellent water spots or simply relax on pristine beaches.

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Water activities are the most popular way to spend your time in Geraldton with a great range of surfing spots including Sunset Beach, Flat Rocks, Glenfield, Back Beach and Greenough as well as windsurfing, and the popular Coronation Beach. There are also a great range of wreck diving sites located off the coast of Geraldton which are ideal for exploring.

Extending south to historic Greenough, Geraldton offers a delightful assortment of natural attractions including a stunning, naturally-formed waterhole known as the Ellendale Pool on the banks of Greenough River. Further inland, the Chapman Valley is a scenic expanse of lush rolling hills, picturesque drives and iconic wildflowers - one of the region's most popular seasonal attractions. Nearby Mullewa is at the hear of wildflower country and is rich in architectural heritage.

Geraldton offers a great range of accommodation conveniently located near the coast, CBD and Maritime Museum. Designed to cater for families, couples, groups, travellers on a budget as well as those looking to indulge, Geraldton accommodation is affordable and convenient. All hotels and resorts offer a variety of room types and an outstanding range of onsite facilities within minutes of the marina, Champion Bay and shopping and dining precincts.