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Geraldton Hotel & Accommodation

For a taste of charming coastal city life, head to Geraldton, located 424 km north of Perth and two hours from Kalbarri in the mid-west region of Western Australia.

The city is a tourist hub due to its proximity to the Abrolhos Islands, an incredible archipelago of 122 coral islands home to diverse marine life and an explosion of colourful coral. Snorkelling and scuba diving are popular around these spectacular coral gardens and give visitors the chance to come up close to native species of fish and sea creatures.

Flights to Geraldton from Perth take just over an hour, with Qantas and Virgin offering daily services from Western Australia's capital. The airport is 10km east of the city centre and car rentals and taxi services are conveniently located at the airport. There is also a coach line connecting Geraldton to Perth which takes approximately 6 hours. All coach lines arrive and depart from Old Railway Station on Chapman Road. Driving to Geraldton is also a popular option, particularly the newly completed scenic roads along Indian Ocean Drive.

Geraldton accommodation is the perfect base for travel to the Abrolhos Islands or the many other regions in Western Australia's mid-west. Though the coastal city boasts a number of local attractions not far from its main streets. Accommodation in Geraldton ranges from holiday park to motels and more upmarket resort hotels.

With mild winters and cool and breezy summers, Geraldton is a popular tourist destination all year round. Though it's most beautiful time to visit is between July and October when the region's wildflowers are in season and the city's surroundings becomes a kaleidoscope of colour with so many varieties of wildflower in bloom.

The city is filled with many local and farmers markets, and no trip to Geraldton is complete without trying some of the plentiful and tasty produce of the region.

Other places to visit include the Ellendale Pool, a serene Greenough waterhole with a rich history, surrounded by gum trees and a rocky gorge. The Greenough River Walk Trail is also popular, twisting and turning for 250km before meeting the Indian Ocean at Cape Burney.

Book yourself some Geraldton accommodation and stay in the thriving regional city and renowned gateway for exploring Australia's vibrant west coast.