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Geraldton-Greenough is the capital of Western Australia 's Mid West and gateway to the magnificent Abrolhos Islands.
Located about 450km north of the Capital, Perth, the city is perched near beautiful coastline to the west and rolling hills and breakaway ranges to the east. With a population of about 27, 420, it is the fourth-largest city in Western Australia.
Geraldton attracts many tourists with its numerous attractions such as the HMAS Sydney Memorial, the St Francis Xavier Cathedral or the Geraldton Museum in order to find out about the history of the city. The city’s incredible location lends itself to a host of holiday activities, especially water sports. Windsurfing, kite surfing, surfing, fishing, diving and swimming are popular choices for the energetic while those looking to relax will love lazing on our white sandy beaches.
This superb positioning, combined with the friendly feel of a country town, makes for a truly memorable holiday experience.
Geraldton has a Mediterranean to semi-arid climate. The average rainfall per year is 458 millimeters with the rainiest month being June and the driest one being December. The temperatures range from an average maximum of 30°C (86 °F) in February and an average minimum of 11 °C (52 °F) in July&August.