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With plenty of fascinating things to do and see in Geraldton, spend your days absorbing the local history and attractions.
Bill Sewell Complex and Gaol - These buildings served as the Victoria Districts Hospital from 1887 to 1966. it was then used as the regional prison until 1984.
The Geraldton Visitor Centre is now located within this beautifully restored complex.
Chapman Valley Wines - Situated just outside the city of Geraldton, the vineyard is set amongst the scenic backdrop of the Chapman valley slopes and is W.A.'s most northerly vineyard. Lunches, BBQ's, tours and wine tastings are offered. Open 10am to 5pm.
H.M.A.S. Sydney Memorial - This magnificent memorial's site atop Mt. Scott has sweeping views of the city and harbour. A dome consisting of 645 seagulls represents the 645 men who lost their lives on the H.M.A.S. Sydney off the coast of the Midwest during World War 11.
Point Moore Lighthouse - In operation since 1878 after being imported from Egland in sections, this steel structure is the only one of its kind in W.A. The lighthouse is 34 metres tall and can be seen from 20kms out to sea.
West Australian Museum, Geraldton - Open daily from 10am to 4pm. This world-class museum located on the Marina will fascinate you with the shipwreck objects from the Batavia in 1629, the Zuytdorp 1712, and the Zeewijk 1717.
Geraldton Regional Art Gallery - housed in the original Town Hall (1907) on Chapman Rd. Open daily.
Lobster Factory Tours - One of the world's largest lobster (crayfish) industries. During the season, November to June, you can take a free tour of the live lobster factory.