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Geraldton is a city on the Batavia coast of Western Australia. It's a busy port and the chief city of the Mid-West region of WA.

In 1848 lead ore was discovered here and the area began to be built up: metal ore mining along with livestock and fishing were and remain the major industries. Geraldton was transformed in the 1960s when the Brand Highway was tarmacked all the way from Perth, so that bumpy dusty 420 km (260 miles) became one day's easy drive. The city's main interest to travellers is therefore as an overnight stopover, but it has a range of tourist attractions in its own right, especially water sports.

Geraldton Visitor Centre is in the Bill Sewell Complex, just north of the city centre on Chapman Road.

The main sights of Geraldton are fairly central, and easy to reach on foot, especially once the sea breeze gets up to offset the heat.

- Wikivoyage

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