24 hours in Geraldton. When travelling on a Perth to Broome coach tour there are a number of destinations to stop off at along the way to make your trip all the more memorable. Here, we take a look at how to spend 24 hours in Geraldton.
Is Gero worth a stop? It certainly is! A pretty city where the Indian Ocean laps its shores, it’s a great place to stop off and refuel whilst exploring WA.
‘Gero’ as the locals affectionately refer to their town as, is steeped in history. Whilst in town you can pay a visit to the Museum of Geraldton and hear the stories of shipwrecks discovered close to the region. 24 hours in Geraldton.
If you’re looking for more active pursuits, then windsurfing at Coronation Beach is a great way to spend the morning. Whilst afternoons can be spent fishing at the Marina where you could land bream, mulloway, tailor or herring.
For those looking to do some diving during their visit to Geraldton, check out what Batavia Coast Dive and Water Sports have to offer. Want to get your pulse racing? Check in with Kitewest water sports and tours for kitesurfing, or get nice and relaxed with one of their yoga classes.
If you’re in Geraldton for one night only then you’ll need somewhere to rest your head for the night before carrying on your tour of WA. The Foreshore Backpackers offers comfortable accommodation right near Town Beach, restaurants, bars, clubs, pubs and more.
On your coach tour you’ll be dropped off and picked up at the Geraldton Railway Station where you can either continue your journey north to Broome or head down south back to Perth. The choice is yours. 24 hours in Geraldton.
Staying in Geraldton longer? Check out Hutt Lagoon Pink Lake.
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