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Beachlands: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Separation Point Lookout

Spectacular panoramic views of the picturesque coastal city of Geraldton can be seen from Separation Point Lookout. Watch windsurfers gliding the idyllic waters with the greatest of ease and boats heading out to the Abrolhos Islands. Surfers may also like to take advantage of the popular surf break at Separation Point.

Alternatively, stroll along the beach or extend your walk to the iconic red and white candy stripes of Point Moore Lighthouse. The lighthouse is not open to the public but you can enjoy the excellent views over Geraldton and the bay and discover the history of the 1878 lighthouse.

Geraldton is a four hour drive north of Perth.

Willcock Drive
Geraldton, WA, 6530

Located 0.3K from Beachlands

Back Beach - Geraldton

Back Beach is one of the most popular surfing beaches in Geraldton. For the surfing enthusiast make sure to bring your surf board and practice your skill on the medium to large waves with the locals.

The Surf Life Saving Club patrols the beaches during the summer weekends, so make sure you swim between the red and yellow flags. Whilst the beach is not recommended for children to swim due to the strong swell, there is plenty of soft and hard sand to construct a sand castle or kick a football around.

The Chris Mainwairing memorial stands on top of the dune next to the Surf Life Saving Club. Chris was born in Geraldton and went on to become an AFL player for the West Coast Eagles. The memorial was erected after his death in October 2007.

Enjoy a 20 minute walk from the town along the pristine white sandy beaches of Geraldton to Back Beach and watch the keen surfers tackle the consistent waves at the surf break. The coastal town of Geraldton is a five hour drive north west of Perth and offers an array of attractions and a variety of spectacular beaches.

via Willcock Drive
Geraldton, WA, 6530

Located 1.2K from Beachlands

The Esplanade

The Esplanade located at the southern end of the Foreshore is a popular destination for tourists and Geraldton residents.

The Esplanade offers views of the City, Port, Champion Bay and Moresby Ranges from a 360 degree viewing platform at its far end. The area also boasts barbecue facilities and landscaped walkways.

Formerly known as the Eastern Breakwater, it was renamed the Esplanade as an historic reference to the Esplanade Jetty that was once located in the area.

New interpretive signage tells the story of the Port, of Champion Bay and of the unique Sea Lions from the 1840s through to today. There are also a few surprises that will allow for more interactive interpretation.

An audio unit which will allow onlookers to hear the interaction between Captains and Harbour Masters as ships arrive and depart from the port will be installed in the near future. The recent installation of two telescopes enables visitors to have a closer look at Port activities and shipping movements.

246 Marine Terrace,
Geraldton, WA, 6530

Located 1.6K from Beachlands

The Hermitage

The Hermitage is a charming historical building in Geraldton that was one of many designed by prominent architect and priest Monsignor John Hawes. This building held special significance to Monsignor Hawes as it was designed as his retirement house. Whilst the house is currently not open to the public, the building itself is extremely photogenic from the outside.

Collect a map of the Monsignor Hawes Heritage Trail from the Geraldton Visitors Centre and discover several fascinating historic buildings including the magnificent St Francis Xavier Cathedral, Nazareth House and the Cemetery Chapel of The Holy Spirit. Whilst on foot explore the charming city of Geraldton and conclude your walking tour with a refreshing dip in the Indian Ocean.

Stay in Geraldton for a couple of days and take advantage of the coastal city's close proximity to the well preserved historical settlement of Greenough. Then hit the ocean and explore the spectacular archipelago of the Houtman Abrolhos Islands where snorkelling and fishing are highly recommended. Geraldton is situated just four hours drive north of Perth.

Hermitage Street
Geraldton, WA, 6530

Located 1.7K from Beachlands

Monsignor Hawes Heritage Centre

John Cyril Hawes was born at Richmond near London on September 7, 1876 and baptised an Anglican. He qualified as an architect in 1897. In 1911 he converted to Catholicism and studied for the Catholic priesthood. After his ordination in Rome in 1915 he came to the Diocese of Geraldton at the invitation of Bishop William B Kelly.

During his 24 years in the Diocese of Geraldton, Monsignor Hawes designed 44 buildings, 29 of which were built. He physically assisted in the construction of five, including the world famous Saint Francis Xavier's Cathedral, Geraldton and Our Lady of Mt Carmel, Mullewa.

In 1939 he left for the Bahamas where he lived as a Franciscan hermit on Cat Island until his death in 1956.

Monsignor John Cyril Hawes is remembered not only as a priest and an architect but also as a talented craftsman, sculptor, painter, horseman and poet.

Discover the man behind Australia's most unique collection of Arts and Crafts Buildings. The Heritage Centre tells the story of Monsignor Hawes, Priest and Architect.

56 Cathedral Avenue
Geraldton, WA, 6530

Located 1.8K from Beachlands

St Francis Xavier Cathedral

St Francis Xavier Cathedral is a spectacular church in the centre of Geraldton that you will find as magnificent on the inside as it looks from the outside. Designed by Monsignor John Hawes, it took 22 years to build.

Take a guided tour to share in the fascinating history of the cathedral and appreciate the intricate details of the cathedral's architecture. Available on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, a minimal fee is charged for the tour.

Whilst in the area, the charismatic city of Geraldton lends itself to a host of attractions and activities. Visit the HMAS Sydney II memorial which is dedicated to the 645 sailors who lost their lives when the ship sunk off the coast of Western Australia in 1941. Wander around the largest regional museum in the state, The Western Australian Museum - Geraldton, to learn about the history and heritage of the area. Sail around the spectacular archipelago of the Houtman Abrolhos Islands making sure you stop to snorkel on the reefs.

Situated a four-and-a-half hour drive north of Perth, St Francis Xavier Cathedral and Geraldton's other attractions will not disappoint.

Cathedral Avenue
Geraldton, WA, 6530

Located 1.8K from Beachlands

Cathedral of The Holy Cross

The Cathedral of Holy Cross in Geraldton is renowned for having one of the largest areas of stained glass windows in Australia. Thanks to the elevated lot it stands on, the Anglican cathedral is an impressive sight from the road. Stroll around the grounds to examine the magnificent works of art on the windows. View the inside of the church and collect a pamphlet about its history and significance to the Anglican Diocese of North West Australia.

The 1960s cathedral is known as the "Coventry of Australia" due to its unusual design and resemblance to Coventry Cathedral in England. Visit other magnificent churches in Geraldton including the well known Francis Xavier Cathedral. Continue up Cathedral Avenue to see The Hermitage, a charming 1800s house designed by the prominent architect and priest Monsignor John Hawes.

The coastal town of Geraldton is an aquatic playground with countless attractions. Forming the gateway to the Abrohlos Islands, take the opportunity to snorkel amongst the vast array of marine life or join a fishing expedition. Geraldton is a four hour drive north of Perth.

101 Cathedral Avenue
Geraldton, WA, 6530

Located 1.8K from Beachlands

Geraldton Port

The Geraldton Port, located in the heart of the city of Geraldton, is one of the few ports where you are able to get a close look at all of the bustling activities that take place.

The Geraldton Port is one of Australia's busiest regional ports and second largest for grain export. You will be able to see a variety of different size carriers arriving and departing daily.

The port handles exports including iron ore, grain, fuel, metals, mineral sands, talc, garnet and fertilisers.

Access into the shipping area is prohibited however you can view the port from Connell Road (Fisherman's Wharf) to the south or from the Esplanade observation platform located near the car park at the western end of Francis Street.

A cruise ship calendar is available on the Geraldton Visitor Centre's website.

Connell Road
Geraldton, WA, 6530

Located 1.9K from Beachlands

Beachlands: Events

Christmas Bonanza

Geraldton's only Pop Up Department Store! One day only!

The 2016 Christmas Bonanza is a great opportunity to get all of your gift shopping done in one go in the Midwest - with an array of local businesses, groups and organisations exhibiting special offers on their products and services.

Funds raised at the event will be donated to Variety WA Midwest Geraldton. Variety - the Children's Charity is all about empowering Western Australian children who are sick, disadvantaged or have special needs to live, laugh and learn.

Event Dates
      13th Nov

189 Marine Terrace
Geraldton, WA, 6530

Located 1.7K from Beachlands

Beachlands: Travel Tips

Geraldton Visitor Centre

The Geraldton Visitor Centre is located in the Original Railway Station on Marine Terrace.

Take advantage of the Geraldton Visitor Centre's accommodation, tour and scenic flight booking services.

Friendly staff with expert local knowledge offer information on all there is to see and do in Geraldton, Greenough, Walkaway and Mullewa, including seasonal wildflowers, the Abrolhos Islands, historical and cultural attractions, as well as events.

There is a wide range of quality gift ware, souvenirs, local products and maps on sale in the retail shop.

The Centre overlooks the Indian Ocean adjacent to the Youth Precinct and Multi-Purpose Centre on the Geraldton Foreshore, and is only a short stroll to The Esplanade where you can view the resident sea lions. Cafes, galleries and boutique shopping are all close by.

Original Railway Station,
246 Marine Terrace
Geraldton, WA, 6530

Located 1.6K from Beachlands

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