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Calendar puts ‘Midwest Life’ in focus
Posted 17 May 2021 Calendar puts ‘Midwest Life’ in focus

‘Midwest Life’ is the theme of next year’s Visit Geraldton Calendar and those who purchase a copy will see images of windsurfing, farming, marine mammals plus a whole lot more.

‘Rum Jungle’ partnership cleans up
Posted 14 May 2021 ‘Rum Jungle’ partnership cleans up

The community led rehabilitation of ‘Rum Jungle’ to remove rubbish and weeds from the area and return it to its natural state continues with the next clean-up scheduled for 23 May.

Open Day celebrates 100 years of RAAF
Posted 13 May 2021 Open Day celebrates 100 years of RAAF

Get up close and personal with RAAF Hawk jets and PC21 training craft when Geraldton Airport throws open the tarmac to the public to celebrate 100 years of the Royal Australian Air Force.

City to take on management of Tip Shop
Posted 13 May 2021 City to take on management of Tip Shop

Opportunities at the Tip Shop are set to flourish with the City of Greater Geraldton to take on management of the facility.

Ellendale Pool reopens
Posted 12 May 2021 Ellendale Pool reopens

The City of Greater Geraldton wishes to advise that Ellendale Pool Campsite in Walkaway has reopened to the public following the reinstatement of water supply to ablution blocks.

Entries open for Mid West Art Prize
Posted 10 May 2021 Entries open for Mid West Art Prize

Geraldton Regional Art Gallery’s (GRAG) prestigious exhibition, the Mid West Art Prize, is back for its seventh year and artists in Western Australia are invited to submit new works.

Sunset Beach shared path extended
Posted 06 May 2021 Sunset Beach shared path extended

Connecting Drummond Cove to Sunset Beach via a shared path got one step closer following the extension of the existing path from Sail Boulevard to Corallina Quays.

Storytellers encouraged to spin tales in Short Story Prize
Posted 03 May 2021 Storytellers encouraged to spin tales in Short Story Prize

Local storytellers have the opportunity to claim $500 cash as well as have their work featured as part of the Geraldton Regional Library’s Big Sky Short Story Prize.

Post-cyclone Community Information Sessions - Moonyoonooka and Mullewa
Posted 03 May 2021 Post-cyclone Community Information Sessions - Moonyoonooka and Mullewa

Community members in and around Moonyoonooka and Mullewa are advised that Community Information Sessions will be held this week with key stakeholders and organisations.

Have your say on sustainable travel in the City
Posted 03 May 2021 Have your say on sustainable travel in the City

The City of Greater Geraldton has reviewed its Integrated Transport Strategy, a plan for how to safely and efficiently move around the City, and released it for community feedback.

Fresh interior for historic building
Posted 30 April 2021 Fresh interior for historic building

Geraldton Regional Art Gallery (GRAG) have welcomed a fresh new interior that enhances the A-Class Exhibition space thanks to funding from the Regional Exhibition Touring Boost.

Transformation and change showcased at GRAG
Posted 29 April 2021 Transformation and change showcased at GRAG

There Were Moments of Transformation is a stunning exhibition of 40 works from the Art Gallery of Western Australia’s State Art Collection that opens this Friday night at Geraldton Regional Art Gallery (GRAG).

Blueprint for the future of Greater Geraldton released
Posted 29 April 2021 Blueprint for the future of Greater Geraldton released

Greater Geraldton 2031 Draft Strategic Community Plan, the blueprint for delivering the community’s vision for the future of Greater Geraldton, has been released for public comment.

Local Governments rally together for the community
Posted 28 April 2021 Local Governments rally together for the community

Local Government Authorities in the Midwest are rallying together to provide welfare checks, human resources and financial support for community members impacted by Cyclone Seroja.

ANZAC Day important information
Posted 23 April 2021 ANZAC Day important information

Those commemorating ANZAC Day this weekend are advised of the following information:

Altered operating hours for public holiday
Posted 21 April 2021 Altered operating hours for public holiday

The City of Greater Geraldton wishes to advise that the following facilities will have altered operating hours this Monday 26 April 2021 due to the ANZAC Day public holiday.

Community invited to pay respects for ANZAC Day
Posted 21 April 2021 Community invited to pay respects for ANZAC Day

An ANZAC Day service will take place at Wonthella Oval this year, providing community members the opportunity to pay their respects to those who fought for our country.

Appeal opens to aid cyclone destruction
Posted 14 April 2021 Appeal opens to aid cyclone destruction

As communities continue the clean up after widespread destruction and damage left by Tropical Cyclone Seroja, the Lord Mayor’s Distress Relief Fund (LMDRF) has been activated.

Changes to dog exercise areas
Posted 06 April 2021 Changes to dog exercise areas

Do you know where you can and can’t exercise your dog on and off the leash? With recent changes to the City of Greater Geraldton’s dog exercise areas, community members are being reminded to get themselves up to speed with the locations.

Mullewa commemorates 125 years
Posted 01 April 2021 Mullewa commemorates 125 years

Mullewa’s people, history and culture was officially celebrated last week as community members came together to commemorate 125 years of being a municipality.

Take a leaf out of the Autumn School Holiday Program
Posted 31 March 2021 Take a leaf out of the Autumn School Holiday Program

Rake up some great boredom busting ideas for the kids by grabbing the Autumn School Holiday Program.

Aquarena outdoor pool upgrade gets green light
Posted 26 March 2021 Aquarena outdoor pool upgrade gets green light

A major upgrade to the Aquarena outdoor 50m pool will soon be underway which will add greater accessibility for the community.

Qantas commit to enhancing flight schedule between Geraldton and Perth
Posted 19 March 2021 Qantas commit to enhancing flight schedule between Geraldton and Perth

Flights between Geraldton and Perth are on the rise with the City of Greater Geraldton and Qantas remaining committed to enhancing the flight schedule.

Revolve Skate Series set to roll into town
Posted 19 March 2021 Revolve Skate Series set to roll into town

Skaters of all ages are set to descend upon Eighth Street when the inaugural Revolve Skate Series takes off at Wonthella Skate Park this month.

Geraldton in the running for Top Town
Posted 18 March 2021 Geraldton in the running for Top Town

Geraldton is one-step closer to claiming the top holiday spot in the state after being named a finalist in the 2021 GWN7 Top Tourism Town Awards just this week.

Public ANZAC Day service to take place
Posted 17 March 2021 Public ANZAC Day service to take place

Community members will be able to pay their respects to the fallen on ANZAC Day with the Geraldton City RSL announcing that a public dawn service will go ahead.

Grant funds long awaited Wonthella footpath blitz
Posted 12 March 2021 Grant funds long awaited Wonthella footpath blitz

One of the City of Greater Geraldton’s oldest suburbs will see a massive increase in its footpath network thanks to an unexpected Australian Government grant for $1.3 million from the Local Roads and Community Infrastructure (LRCI) Program Phase 1..

Crime prevention boost for vulnerable community members
Posted 11 March 2021 Crime prevention boost for vulnerable community members

A collective effort from local stakeholders and service providers will increase safety in the homes of vulnerable victims in Geraldton.

GRAG celebrates new exhibitions
Posted 11 March 2021 GRAG celebrates new exhibitions

Geraldton Regional Art Gallery (GRAG) is the place to be this Friday night, with two new exhibitions launching for the public to feast their eyes on.

Bayly Street gets long awaited turning arrow
Posted 10 March 2021 Bayly Street gets long awaited turning arrow

Turning right from Bayly Street onto Chapman Road is about to get a whole lot easier and safer with the installation of a traffic turning arrow at the intersection in mid March.

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