Soak up Geraldton's / Jambinu's stunning seascapes, and enjoy exhilarating outdoor adventures amid the beauty of the remote Abrolhos Islands. Proudly displaying its rich maritime and Aboriginal heritage at every turn, Geraldton / Jambinu is a lively coastal city inviting adventure seekers, fishing fanatics and food lovers alike to explore its myriad attractions.

From kitesurfing to snorkelling, you can create an activity-packed itinerary in Geraldton / Jambinu, a five-hour drive or a one-hour flight north from Perth. Kickstart your explorations by boarding a diving or snorkelling charter to the Abrolhos Islands, or enjoy an aerial view of these idyllic coral-fringed islands during a scenic flight.

Situated just 60 kilometres off the coastline, the Abrolhos Islands are a unique marine environment serving up plenty of opportunities to get up close to the local wildlife. It’s also a top-ranked fishing spot famed for its rock lobster and a bird-watching paradise.

Geraldton's / Jambinu's countryside bursts into bloom between July and October, so step away from the coast’s world-class beaches and discover wildflower meadows erupting with pink, white and yellow everlastings.

Wearing its Aboriginal, maritime and Spanish missionary history firmly on its sleeve, Geraldton / Jambinu bursts with cultural attractions. Get acquainted with its rich past by paying a visit to the Museum of Geraldton for stories of shipwrecks, gaze up at the awe-inspiring architecture of St Francis Xavier Cathedral, and embark on the Yamaji Drive Trail, which connects a number of intriguing heritage sites.

Having worked up an appetite, Geraldton's / Jambinu's buzzing food and drink scene awaits. From early-morning coffee to evening cocktails, local produce shines on restaurant and cafe menus across the city.