|Most expensive month:||April|
|Average price in Geraldton:||$95/night|
|Cheapest price found:||$27/night|
|Most expensive day:||Saturday|
Hospitality Geraldton, SureStay Collection by Best Western
169 Cathedral Avenue, Geraldton, WA, Australia
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The Gerald Apartment Hotel
25 Cathedral Avenue, Geraldton, WA, Australia
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Backed by the Moresby Ranges on the beautiful Batavia Coast, Geraldton overlooks the turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean. It’s a hotspot for water sports, including surfing, diving and fishing, as well as being home to a picturesque marina and an array of cultural attractions.
Visit the Museum of Geraldton to learn about the Indigenous Yamari culture of the region and discover the impact of European settlement. The museum also features the Shipwrecks Gallery with a fascinating 3D film exploring the wrecks of Sydney II and Kormoran.
See the red and white-striped Point Moore Lighthouse, the first steel tower to be constructed on mainland Australia back in 1878. Discover its heritage as you wander around the base of this iconic Geraldton landmark, with spectacular views of the ocean.
Geraldton has earned the title of Australia’s windsurfing capital, with consistent winds that make for ideal conditions. Take a lesson with one of the town’s local experts or hone your skills with a range of windsurfing and kitesurfing equipment for hire.
Take a day trip to the beautiful Abrolhos Islands, an archipelago of 122 islands that lie just to the west of Geraldton. It’s a meeting point for tropical and temperate marine species that can be seen while snorkelling and scuba diving, and boasts historic shipwrecks and large colonies of breeding seabirds to explore.
Geraldton Airport is the main gateway to the town and has regular flights to Perth. You can also make the six-hour train ride from the Perth to Geraldton, while the town centre is compact enough to explore on foot or by bicycle.
Geraldton is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is Ocean Centre Hotel, which has a current rating of 7.9. For other potential stays, consider Nesuto Geraldton and Hospitality Geraldton, SureStay Collection by Best Western, which can also be great places to stay in Geraldton.
The average price of a hotel in Geraldton is $141 per night, based on the last 3 days’ data. The average price of a 4-star hotel in Geraldton around is $156 per night, whereas for a 5-star hotel it’s $150 per night.
$41/night is the cheapest price found for a hotel in Geraldton by HotelsCombined users over the last 72 hours. For stays from May 20 to May 22 in Geraldton, the lowest price found was $48/night.
A hotel in Geraldton tonight has an average price of $117, but some deals have been found for as low as $48 in HotelsCombined searches over the last 72 hours. Prices in Geraldton are changing frequently. The best price found for a 4-star Geraldton hotel for tonight has been $97.
When looking for great deals on accommodation in Geraldton, an important factor to consider is the proximity of the popular bars and restaurants in town and whether you’ll be staying near them. It’s worth checking out hotels in areas such as the city’s centre and Beachlands, where trendy bars and restaurants are situated. The Provincial Bar Geraldton, Bob’s Boutique Bar, Cutler & Smith and Old Man & The Sea Rooftop Bar are great places for a casual drink before you go out for dinner. For highly rated local dining, one must try Jade House Chinese Restaurant, Piper Lane and The Mad Mexican. For hotels around this area, The Gerald Apartment Hotel and Champion Bay Apartments are good choices.
Should you be in search of places to visit with your family, this part of Western Australia is a suitable spot. There are plenty of things to do in Geraldton when travelling with children, with places to visit like the Geraldton Foreshore Playground and Water Park being at the top of most families’ lists. There are plenty of beaches to visit, such as Back Beach, Town Beach and Tarcoola Beach, while your kids can learn a variety of water sports at these beaches, like windsurfing, water-skiing, kayaking, jet-skiing and wakeboarding. There are also parks, such as Greenough Wildlife and Bird Park, where you can pet animals including kangaroos, snakes and even baby crocodiles. Nesuto Geraldton Apartment Hotel is a good family-friendly hotel close to St. Georges Beach and definitely worth checking out.
If you’re looking into popular things to see in Geraldton, you’ll want to make sure you stay in a conveniently located hotel that’s close to all the action; that way, you don’t have to stress with long journeys across the city. Hotels in Geraldton such as Mantra Geraldton and Promenade Executive Apartments are right next to the main railway station and the Museum of Geraldton, where you can learn about natural history and historical shipwrecks in the region. There’s also the Geraldton Regional Art Gallery, Point Moore Lighthouse and the HMAS Sydney II Memorial, while of course, there’s also the various beaches, like Tarcoola Beach in the south and Back Beach. And if you like a nice viewpoint out to sea, then check out the esplanade waterfront.
Geraldton is known as Australia’s windsurfing capital, so you’ll find that there are many hotels in the area that are suitable to stay at for this particular activity. Geraldton hotels such as Broadwater Marina Resort and Nightcap at Wintersun Hotel are both great hotels for any keen windsurfers, located near St. Georges Beach, one of the best beaches for windsurfing. Belair Gardens Caravan Park offers an excellent area to stay near Pages Beach, and it’s right on the sea at Point Moore, so the access is great. Check out HotelsCombined for deals on Geraldton accommodation.