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Surely one of WA’s best-kept secrets, the seaside city of Geraldton is the thriving hub of the midwest region, and the ideal base from which to explore its attractions. It’s a city with flowerbeds above and below the sea, and nature lovers call in to see carpets of colourful wildflowers in spring.

Surf enthusiasts are drawn here on the promise of consistent summer winds and perfect waves; history buffs visit to view the museums and drive trails, and the watery graves of notorious shipwrecks.

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Why fly for a day to a crowded, humid, polluted dive destination when there’s pristine reef on your doorstep? The Houtman Abrolhos – informally the Abrolhos Islands – are a must-see for water babies, with clear seas and coral formations you’ll never forget. Among the world’s most important seabird breeding sites, the islands are also home to Western Australia’s largest single-species fishery, for the mighty Western Rock Lobster.

Geraldton’s stunning foreshore redevelopment offers alfresco cafes – some serving said lobster – with gorgeous ocean views, while nearby Town Beach is ideal for a relaxing picnic. Geraldton’s burgeoning arts scene has become another highlight, with galleries, street art and unique boutiques topping off a cosmopolitan coastal destination that rivals any holiday spot on the planet.

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  1. Take in the views at the HMAS Sydney II memorial on Mount Scott, and honour the 645 crew who perished in 1941.
  2. Take a scenic flight or boat ride to the Abrolhos Islands.
  3. Go diving off the islands to explore shipwrecks and view marine life.
  4. Visit the National Trust treasure that is Central Greenough Historic Settlement.
  5. Stroll along the Hampton Road Heritage Walk, or visit the Oakabella Homestead in historic Northampton – it’s thought to be WA’s most haunted house.
  6. Head to Seal Lookout and walk out onto the point to see the seals lounging on the rocks.
  7. Peruse Geraldton Regional Art Gallery, then see Aboriginal art works at Yamaji and Latitude Galleries.
  8. Buy your loved one an Abrolhos Pearl from one of the many jewellery stores.
  9. ONLY IN WA Count the stripes on the Point Moore Lighthouse – the tallest metal lighthouse in Australia.
  10. Marvel at Monsignor Hawes’ architectural masterpiece, the St Francis Xavier Cathedral, with its orange and white patterned interior, before visiting the Monsignor Hawes trail and museum in Mullewa.

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Batavia Coast Caravan Park

The Batavia Coast Caravan Park is a relaxing, quiet, shady caravan park only 5 mins from the beach and 10 kms north of Geraldton CBD.

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  • Type:Apartments
  • Capacity:51 - 100
  • Price Range:Under $50

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Set in semi-rural surroundings, you can sit back and enjoy the many different species of native bird life. A perfect base to explore the natural wonders of the wildflower season in surrounding areas, all just a day trip away.

Belair Gardens Caravan Park

Belair Gardens Tourist Park is a spacious park, close to town. Beachfront location, ensuite powered sites, pool, tennis court and sheltered camp sites available to guests.

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  • Type:4 - 5 Stars,Caravan Parks,Chalets
  • Facilities:Pool,Room Spa,Tennis Courts
  • Price Range:Under $50

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Best Western Hospitality Inn Geraldton

Ideally located, the Best Western Hospitality Inn Geraldton offers spacious, well appointed Motel Rooms and an on-site licensed restaurant and pool.

  • Rating:3.5 star

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  • Capacity:50,21 - 50
  • Facilities:Family Friendly,Pool,Bar,Restaurant,Room Service
  • Type:Motel,1 - 3 Stars

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Ideally located close to the centre of Geraldton,  the Best Western Hospitality Inn offers spacious Motel Rooms and a small selection of self contained apartments.

After a hectic day exploring the local sights of Geraldton and surrounding areas, you can relax by our swimming pool, create a casual meal in our attractive barbecue area or for more formal dining, The Emerald Room licensed restaurant and cocktail bar provides excellent a-la-carte dining each evening and a continental buffet or cooked to order breakfast each morning.

 

 

The Best Western Hospitality Inn has a range of facilities that guests can use, including; FREE in-house movies, mini bar, Foxtel, barbecue facilities, guest laundry, licensed restaurant, internet kiosk, fax facility and swimming pool.

Our comfortable, spacious and air-conditioned motel rooms offer our business and leisure guests a queen sized bed, lounge, table and chairs, free in-house movies, Foxtel (6 channels), tea and coffee making facilities, mini bar and fridge, data ports and a direct dial phone. The rooms also offer a hairdryer, iron and ironing board.  All rooms are serviced daily.

 

 

BIG4 Sunset Beach Holiday Park

Just walk through the park and view the magnificent coastline of the Indian Ocean. Enjoy great surfing, beach fishing or just stroll along the beach.

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  • Type:4 - 5 Stars,Caravan Parks
  • Capacity:51 - 100
  • Price Range:Under $50

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Only five minutes from the Town Centre why not visit the local art gallery, Geraldton Regional Museum or the Francis St Xavier Cathedral built in 1916.

Broadwater Marina Apartments Geraldton

Choose between a spacious one or two bedroom apartment, or two bedroom with extra loft bedroom or office. All rooms have a spa and a fully equipped kitchen. Heated indoor/outdoor pool.

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  • Type:Apartments
  • Facilities:Pool,Room Spa

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Premium Locations. Resort Lifestyles. Natural Experiences.

Modern, spacious and well appointed studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments in a 4.5 star resort setting. The resort features landscaped gardens, large swimming pool, a spa and two barbeque areas – perfect for family outdoor living. Setting a new benchmark for high quality guest accommodation and resort facilities, Geraldton’s newest and most contemporary resort overlooks picturesque Champion Bay.

Geraldton is a booming coastal city along fantastic beaches and surrounded by fertile agricultural land, proudly being the Coral Coast's only city and a highly important centre of regional activity.

Situated on the site of the former landmark Mariner Hotel on Chapman Road in Geraldton, the new Broadwater Mariner Resort has sweeping views of Champion Bay and the magnificent Indian Ocean an area that's a favourite amongst the locals.

Its an easy walk or cycle to Geraldton's new marina and the town centre. At the marina you can indulge at some of the mid-west's best cafes, restaurants, bars and shopping. At the end of the day it's a leisurely walk back to your own piece of paradise at the Broadwater Mariner Resort.

Champion Bay Bed & Breakfast

Bed and breakfast in an elegant and charming heritage house in the heart of Geraldton with beautiful views over the harbour and city.

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  • Type:Bed & Breakfast
  • Price Range:$50-$100
  • Capacity:21 - 50

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Drummond Cove Holiday Park

A small, intimate van park with ocean views. All Park homes have ensuite bathrooms. Great for fishing and diving and sand boarding. There's a swimming pool on site and pets are welcome.

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  • Type:Caravan Parks,4 - 5 Stars
  • Capacity:51 - 100
  • Facilities:Pool
  • Price Range:Under $50

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Geraldton Bed & Breakfast

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  • Type:Bed & Breakfast
  • Capacity:21 - 50
  • Facilities:Room Spa,Pool
  • Price Range:$50-$100

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Ibis Styles Geraldton

Experience comfortable, modern accommodation only 100m from the beach

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Only 100m to the beach and close to the airport, experience spacious rooms with comfortable beds, modern bathrooms and Foxtel. Unwind by the pool or dine in the popular restaurant and bar. Rates include FREE continental breakfast and 30 minutes complimentary internet in the lobby.

Ocean West Geraldton

Spacious self contained 1 and 3 bedroom units in a quiet location 100 metres from the beach and close to shops. Barbecue, playground and continental breakfast are all available.

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  • Type:Motel,1 - 3 Stars
  • Price Range:$50-$100
  • Capacity:51 - 100

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Rock of Ages Bed & Breakfast

A tranquil rural retreat

  • Rating:3.5 star

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  • Type:Bed & Breakfast
  • Price Range:$100-$200

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We warmly welcome you to our lovingly restored stone cottage on Phillips Road, Greenough just 15mins drive south of Geraldton.  The cottage was built in 1857 by a ticket-of-leave convict.  We offer friendly, quiet and comfortable country hoitality in a smoke free environment.  The Patience room gas a queen bed and the Criddle room has a double bed and a single bed.  These two bedrooms have a shared bathroom.  Guests will enjoy a private lounge room with TV and the guest dining room has a small kitchen.

the area of Greenough is rich in history.  Just a short drive away you will find lovely coastal scenery and historic locations to reward the traveller.  Enjoy great food and coffee or relax over a quiet drink whilst stepping back in history.  Explore the Pioneer Museum located opposite the cottage or just a couple of kms away you will find the Central Greenough Historical Settlement. The Greenough River mouth and nature walk and great swimming and fishing beaches are just 10kms away.

During the wildflower season there are many areas abundant with wildflowers that are within a comfortable day trip.

Waldorf Geraldton Serviced Apartments

Waldorf Geraldton offers a range of different accommodation options in the heart of Western Australia’s Coral Coast.

  • Rating:4.5 star

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  • Type:Apartments,Hotel/Resort
  • Capacity:51 - 100
  • Facilities:Family Friendly,Pool
  • Price Range:$100-$200,$200-$300

Description

Waldorf Geraldton offers a range of different accommodation options in the heart of Western Australia’s Mid-West region and is the ideal choice for anyone looking for short term or extended stay accommodation with the comforts of home and all the conveniences of apartment style living.  Situated in a resort setting our range of studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments are complemented by our gardens, swimming pool with hot tub, BBQ area and guest lounge serving daily continental breakfast. Guests enjoy a private courtyard, free parking and Wi-Fi. 

Barnacles On The Wharf

  • barnacles@brolos.com.au
  • (08) 9964 4820

Located on fisherman's wharf, Barnacles serves fresh local seafood and takeaway fish & chips.

  • Open Days/times:Monday to Thursday 8am-2pm, Friday 8am-2pm and 5pm-7.30pm
  • Facilities:Takeaway

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  • Restaurants & Cafes:Cafe Dining,Fish & Chips,Seafood Restaurant
  • Open Days:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday
  • Breakfast:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday
  • Lunch:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday
  • Dinner:Friday

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Breakers Tavern

  • (08) 9921 8925

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Dôme Café Geraldton

Whatever the time of day, whoever you’re with, you will feel right at home at Dôme in Geraldton.

  • Facilities:Takeaway,Family Friendly

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  • Breakfast:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays
  • Dinner:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays
  • Lunch:Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday,Saturday,Sunday,Public Holidays
  • Restaurants & Cafes:Australian - Modern,Cafe Dining

Description

Whatever the time of day, whoever you’re with, you will feel right at home at Dôme. The armchairs are big and welcoming, the Wi-Fi is free and the newspapers and magazines are plentiful. Our all day menu is made up of café favourites and seasonal classics. While some of our restaurants are BYO and others are licenced and either way 60+ serve the expertly made coffee we’re renowned for.

Dôme restaurants are relaxed, welcoming and a great place to get together for bookclub, mothers’ group or a business meeting. You can drop in for a cup of satisfying coffee, meal or just soak up the ambience in one of our big leather armchairs.

Their all day menu will keep you nourished and refreshed. It is full of classic favourites like pizzas, burgers, soups and salads but make sure you leave room for dessert; our cake cabinet is a celebration of the most popular cakes of all time. Our food is accompanied by an impressive array of hot and cold drinks. In addition to our espresso coffees, you can enjoy a wide selection of loose-leaf teas, fresh fruit smoothies, milkshakes, sparkling drinks and our signature blended ice chocolate and coffee Espreskis.

To feed your mind, we have a selection of complimentary magazines, newspapers and free Wi-Fi for those of you wanting to study, work or play. While you relax, we’ll keep the kids entertained with our activity sheets and crayons that they are welcome to keep – there’s even a Junior version of our menu especially designed for those little rumbling tummies.

Come and discover why there’s no place like Dôme.