Cruises to Geraldton

Australia

Geraldton


Geraldton is situated on a spectacular stretch of Australian coastline, 424 kilometres north of Western Australia's capital Perth.

Geraldton, the favourite playground of Western Australia's water sports enthusiasts, has much more to delight on shore. A rich Indigenous and maritime history, a lively modern foreshore, fresh seafood and the beautiful Batavia coastline lure visitors in their thousands to this growing regional city.

At A Glance


Population

Approx 40,000

Language

English

Government

Democratic

Currency

Australian Dollar

Geraldton Shore Tours


Most Popular

Guest favourites, the most booked Shore Tours at this port

Kalbarri National Park

GET005

7 hours

Adult: $269.99pp

Child: $199.99pp

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Discover Geraldton Hop On Hop Off Shuttle

GET055

0 minutes

Adult: $29.99pp

Child: $25.99pp

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Greenough Wildlife Park

GET080

4.5 hours

Adult: $79.99pp

Child: $69.99pp

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Must See

Our handpicked Shore Tours are a must for any guest.

Discover the Pinnacles

GET065

8.5 hours

Adult: $199.99pp

Child: $199.99pp

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Burnt Barrel and Oakabella Homestead

GET075

5 hours

Adult: $169.99pp

Child: $99.99pp

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City Sights & Maritime History

GET000

4 hours

Adult: $89.99pp

Child: $59.99pp

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What To See


The West Australian Museum, Geraldton

The stretch of coastline along which Geraldton sits is known as the Batavia Coast. The West Australian Museum is a great place to learn more about this beautiful area, named after the Dutch East India company flagship "Batavia", which ran aground on the Abrolhos Islands on June 4, 1629. The mutiny that followed is now a part of Australian folklore.

Explore Kalbarri National Park

This 183,000 hectare park offers exciting experiences and some of the most spectacular landscapes in Australia. Known for its incredible scenery and red rock gorges, Kalbarri National Park is a must-see for all visitors to Western Australia.

Discover the Chapman Valley

Spend the day discovering the Chapman Valley on our Oakabella Homestead tour which includes visits to the restored Oakabella Homestead - Western Australia's most haunted house. You will also enjoy time at the Lavender Valley Farm Tea Room.

More About Geraldton


The beauty of Geraldton is most of its attractions are within walking distance. Stroll the picturesque foreshore before heading into town to visit one of Australia’s most important memorials - the HMAS Sydney II Memorial. A short walk away is the Geraldton Regional Art Gallery, where you’ll find international exhibitions and works by local artists. Explore nearby St Francis Xavier Cathedral, designed by famed architect, Monsignor Hawes and experience 19th century Geraldton at the Bill Sewell Complex, a beautiful suite of historical buildings. Last but not least, take the beauty of the Batavia Coast home with an Abrolhos pearl from one of the many local jewellery shops.

DOCKING

Your ship will anchor off shore and the ship tenders will provide a regular service to and from Batavia pier.

GETTING AROUND

Taxis are generally available near the wharf and throughout the city. They can also be arranged by Meet and Greet Volunteers at the Visitor Information marquee at the Batavia Coast Marina.

DINING

Fresh fish and lobsters are a local delight. There is no shortage of eateries to prepare them to perfection either, with waterfront restaurants, cafes and casual fish and chip shops throughout the town.

Quarantine authorities do not generally allow food such as fruit and vegetables, dairy and meat products and sandwiches to be taken off the ship however commercially packaged confectionery, chips and bottled drinking water are allowed subject to inspection.

SHOPPING

There are an abundance of shopping facilities in Geraldton, from large shopping centres to chic boutiques. Local artist and indigenous pieces are very popular, and a nice way to take home a piece of the region. Or, an Abrolhos pearl from one of the numerous jewellery shops. They make a great reminder or special gift.

CLIMATE

Geraldton is famed as a seaside town all year round. Average summer temperatures are 30 degrees, normally offset by regular sea breezes, and minimum temperatures in winter rarely fall below 20 degrees.

CREDIT CARDS

Major credit cards and charge cards are widely accepted. Automatic teller machines can provide currency to foreign card holders.

COMMUNICATION

Public telephones and Internet access are widely available throughout the city. Mobile coverage is generally available.

WHAT TO WEAR ASHORE

To make your day ashore as enjoyable as possible, please wear comfortable flat soled shoes, lightweight clothing and a hat. You are also advised to bring sunscreen, bottled water, insect repellent and a light jacket in case it gets windy.

SHORE TOURS

There are a range of tours available for you to really get the most out of your time in Geraldton. Tours can be booked onboard at the shore tours desk and are subject to availability. Passengers are required to meet at a specific location for each shore tour departure. Please refer to your tour ticket for the correct time and place.

ENVIRONMENT

Please dispose of your rubbish thoughtfully.

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