Your stay

Welcome to Geraldton! Geraldton is a vibrant regional city that's just north of Perth. We get sunshine almost 365 days of the year and think we have the best of both city and country living.

Here is your guide on how to get here, where to stay, what to eat and things to do while you're here.

Getting here


There's loads of different ways to get to Geraldton! If you're up for a roadtrip and are driving from Perth, you can travel via the Brand Highway or the Indian Ocean Drive. There's quite a few stops to grab refreshments, fuel up or stretch your legs along the way. Make sure you drive safely on the road and stop frequently! Also, it's a four hour drive so download them Spotify playlists! 

Plan your trip here.


Geraldton is a quick flight from Perth - by the time you sit down and take off, you'll be landing again in no time. The Geraldton Airport is about 10km east of Geraldton on the Geraldton-Mt Magnet Road and Qantas offer daily flights from Perth to Geraldton and other destinations.


Driving and flying not for you? Well then, hop on one of Transwa's coaches and sit back and relax! The coaches leave Perth early in the morning and arrive in the Geraldton CBD towards 2.30pm. Taxis are onhand to get you to your accommodation.

Places to stay

Geraldton has an incredible range of places to stay, whether you choose a caravan park, motel, hotel, fully self-contained apartment, 4½ star resort or cool AirBnB. From ocean views to riverside campsites - you will probably want to stay a little longer!

Book now through the Visit Geraldton website.

Places to eat 

Geraldton has a booming foodie scene. There's a range of quirky cafes and restaurants offering healthy, indulging and affordable foods and refreshments. Take a stroll along the Geraldton Foreshore or the cafe strip and grab yourself the perfect brew without failure at every cafe. 

TwoForeshore cafe

Just some of the food and drinks you can get on the menu at TwoForeshore cafe

Things to do

Geraldton is your perfect holiday destination with pristine beaches, warm weather, history and heritage, great shopping and a colourful arts and culture scene.

Geraldton Foreshore

Photo credit: Drone Aire Downunder