Travel from Perth to Geraldton – A Surfers Paradise

Travel from Perth to Geraldton: Things to do in Perth Book Here

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Broome to Perth
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Autopia Tours: Perth to Monkey Mia 4 Day Coastal Loop
Autopia Tours: Perth to Exmouth 6 Day Coral Coaster
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Wildflower Festival Bike Tour Kings Park
Swan Valley Wine Tour – Full Day
d’Vine Tour – Full Day Swan Valley Wine Tour
Tour and Gold Pour
East Tour
Fremantle Food Lovers Tour
Kings Park Tour
Riverside Tour
Autopia Tours: Perth to Exmouth Explorer 7 Day – Basic Dormitory Share
Half Day Swan Valley Wine Tour


The Bell Tower Experience
Pinnacles and Sandboarding Including Yanchep National Park 1 Day Tour
Thrill Ride


Sunset City Skyline Pedal
Low and Slow BBQ Tour – Half Day Food Tour
Half Day Swan Valley Wine Tour


EQ to CC Return
Perth Small Bar & Street Art Tour
The ULTIMATE Perth Walking Tour


Pinnacles at Sunset Tour
SPEED GRAZING Good Food Wine & Cider Morning Tour
Perth – Arcades & Laneways


Perth to Geraldton Places to Visit and Things to Do

Geraldton has a great Mediterranean climate, thus the sun shines usually all of the time. It’s the ideal beach lifestyle, and Geraldton’s magnificent coastline draws visitors from all across the world. Whether it’s water sports, fishing, seeing the friendly Sea Lions, or simply resting. Geraldton’s beaches are world-class.

Discover Geraldton


Geraldton has many things to see, and many proud people are eager to show you around. A tour guide will make certain that you visit all of the hidden gems and have the greatest experience possible. Tours are a terrific social activity and a great way to meet other travelers. It’s also a good idea to know what to see on your own and where to eat.

The Key Areas of interest in Geraldton region is the Abrolhos Islands

122 islands make up the pristine Houtman Abrolhos Islands. An archipelago with crystal blue waters and an abundance of sea life make a visit to the Islands a must for all visitors to Geraldton. Located approximately 60km off the Geraldton coast, the Islands comprise three major island groups, the Wallabi, Easter and Pelsaert Groups stretching from north to south across 100 kilometres of ocean.

Known for the tragic Batavia Story, the islands are also recognised for cray fishing, pearls, bird and marine life. The islands and their surrounding reef communities are a meeting place for tropical and temperate sea life, forming one of the State’s unique marine areas.

Where are the best beaches in Geraldton?

Geraldton is home to some of Australia’s most unique beaches and unlike many others, you’ll find a relaxed vibe and absolutely pristine waters and beaches that are perfect for a relaxing day sun bathing, chilling with friends or getting stuck into some adventurous water sports. While on your trip to this stunning region of WA we would recommend a stop off at some of the following beaches.

  • Champion Beach
  • Coronation Beach
  • Drummond Cove
  • Drummonds Point
  • Flat Rocks
  • Front Beach
  • Greenough Rivermouth
  • Glenfield Beach
  • Greys Beach
  • Pages Beach
  • Point Moore
  • Separation Point
  • Southgates Beach
  • St Georges Beach
  • Sunset Beach
  • Tarcoola Beach

Local Beach Activities in Geraldton

For those of you who want to indulge in possibly the most Aussie pastime of surfing whilst visiting Western Australia, Geraldton should be on your travel bucket list. Boasting some of the best surf in the world as the Indian Ocean crashes on its shores you’re in for a treat.
Here’s a few recommended activity companies that we sourced from the good people at
A GlassyDay Surf Coaching
Batavia Coast Dive and Watersports
Midwest Surf School
Ultimate Watersports
From top to toe Western Australia is world renowned for its stunning coastline and fantastic surf. Whether you’re there already or planning a trip to the stunning state there’s so much to see and do that you’ll be spoilt for choice.

Travelling to Geraldton from Perth or Broome

Geraldton is just one of the many towns that Integrity Coach Lines stops at, so why not head north from Perth and spend a few days surfing and seeing the sites of this coastal town. Whilst visiting ‘Gero’ as it’s known to the locals as you can also windsurf or snorkel and dive. In fact for those of you who do like to plunge below the water’s surface you can see bream, mulloway, flathead, tailor and herring.

If you’re looking for an affordable way to travel up and down WA’s coastline then we suggest taking advantage of a company such as Integrity Coach Lines which offer a hop-on-hop-off pass so you can travel at your own pace and spend as much time as you like in each destination.

From Geraldton you are also able to visit the stunning Albrohos Islands where you can see the local wildlife including Tamar wallabies and a variety of seabirds and reptiles.

Finding accommodation in Geraldton

If you’re looking for cheap accommodation in Geraldton then Integrity Coach Lines suggest the Foreshore Backpackers as a great place to stop at for a few nights in between exploring!

We have also found a few recommended great sources on sites such as, trip advisor and
Follow these links to the best online searches for accommodation in Geraldton
Trip Advisor – Best Accommodation in Geraldton – 10 Best Hotels in Geraldton – Accommodation in Geraldton

View the latest events in Geraldton

Find out what’s on in Geraldton and the very latest events happening around the region here

Perth to Geraldton Tour Deals

Integrity Coachlines hop-on-hop-off passes start from $265.


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