Abrolhos Islands
With over 122 to choose from, the Abrolhos Islands spoil you for choice for an island escape, situated 60 kilometres west from Geraldton. There are aerial tours & boat charters available to view these...
From the dusty yellow sands rise thousands of huge limestone pillars, contrasting with the typical coastland surrounds - The Pinnacles Desert is certainly an attraction not to be missed. Situated in N...
Stretching from the west coast to the inland desert region, the Mid West region of Western Australia has the highest value fishing industry in the state, so what better way to embrace the wide, wonder...
Abounding with some of Western Australia's most exciting and spectacular beauty, Kalbarri National Park is a nature lovers paradise. Explore the heights and depths of gorges, sea cliffs and vast rolli...
Magnificently restored by the National Trust, it is a unique piece of Australian Heritage. Buildings of the Hamlet date back to the 1860's and it is preserved looking much the way it would have done d...
Fully self contained 3-5 Bedroom Houses available
Built in 1870 it was the original lighthouse keepers' residence for the Port of Geraldton.
This local icon is the only one of it's kind in WA. Painted a bold red & white it stands 35m tall, the beam can be seen for 24kms.
has pottery available for sale and the Resident Potter, Margaret Linden can be seen at work.
Situated in the historic Bill Sewell Complex building. Originally home to the Victoria District Hospital from 1887-1966, and later The Regional Prison.
Full day or Pinnacle Tours.
Turnoff to the magnificent Loop and Z Bend Gorges. The Loop Lookout is a further 24km off the main road, with the Z Bend 23km off the main road.The Loop is so named because here a section of the Murch...
Red Bluff

Red Bluff

Kalbarri

A fascinating coastal feature where there is good fishing and swimming. The Wittecarra Gully, on the way to Red Bluff, is one of the most important historical localities in Western Australia, being th...
The Cathedral was built in stages from 1914 until the opening in 1938. The Byzantine style architecture is one of Monsignor John Hawes' masterpieces.