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Activation unlocked on Chapman Road
Posted 24 September 2021 Activation unlocked on Chapman Road

Fresh paint, new tree plantings, parklets and amazing local artwork has unlocked a great deal of vibrancy on Chapman

Spring School Holiday Program bursts to life
Posted 21 September 2021 Spring School Holiday Program bursts to life

The Spring School Holiday Program is back and is bursting at the seams with great boredom busters.

Indigenous art projections takeover Marina
Posted 21 September 2021 Indigenous art projections takeover Marina

Colourful Indigenous artwork will be splashed across the Batavia Coast Marina this Sunday night thanks to unique laser projection show “COVE” that forms part of the inaugural Shore Leave Festival.

Outdoor pool gets new lease on life
Posted 21 September 2021 Outdoor pool gets new lease on life

A major refurbishment of the 50 year old Aquarena outdoor pool to extend its use for another 20 years is underway.

Christmas on the Terrace returns!
Posted 17 September 2021 Christmas on the Terrace returns!

One of Geraldton’s most loved and attended events, Christmas on the Terrace, will return this year and the community can expect all the crowd favourites back for another fun-filled evening!

Safe Active Street construction set to begin
Posted 15 September 2021 Safe Active Street construction set to begin

The transformation of Railway Street into a Safe Active Street, the first of its kind in regional WA, is set to begin in early October.

Experience magic at this year’s Big Sky Readers and Writers Festival
Posted 13 September 2021 Experience magic at this year’s Big Sky Readers and Writers Festival

Magic will be in the air at this year’s Big Sky Readers and Writers Festival featuring yet another stellar line-up of local and West Australian authors, illustrators, storytellers, poets and musicians.

Local businesses urged to be part of new buy local gift card program
Posted 10 September 2021 Local businesses urged to be part of new buy local gift card program

Geraldton’s biggest ever buy local campaign is here and it comes in the form of an innovative ‘Greater Geraldton Gift Card’ program.

Local artists bring interactive art to Chapman Road
Posted 09 September 2021 Local artists bring interactive art to Chapman Road

Public art in Geraldton’s CBD is about to reach new heights with several local artists on board to activate and bring Chapman Road to life.

Cyclone and staff shortages delay verge mowing
Posted 09 September 2021 Cyclone and staff shortages delay verge mowing

Ongoing clean-up efforts following cyclone Seroja and near record winter rainfalls resulting in exponential vegetation growth have impacted the City of Greater Geraldton’s verge mowing program.

Have your say on Point Moore beaches
Posted 06 September 2021 Have your say on Point Moore beaches

If you love visiting Point Moore beaches you won’t want to miss the opportunity to have your say on the beaches at this iconic location.

Chapman Road activation begins
Posted 06 September 2021 Chapman Road activation begins

The final preparations to turn a section of Chapman Road in the CBD into a place for people and not just cars are underway with works to transform the street scheduled to begin mid-September.

New off lead dog exercise area opens
Posted 03 September 2021 New off lead dog exercise area opens

Dog owners looking to exercise or socialise their furry friends in an open yet contained space are invited to test out the new off lead area recently opened in the Leonard T. Green Memorial Park.

Comics to feature in Lightbox Gallery
Posted 02 September 2021 Comics to feature in Lightbox Gallery

Perth-based comic maker Campbell Whyte is about to leave his mark on Geraldton with his works featuring in the popular Post Office Lane Lightbox Gallery this month.

Time to prepare for bushfire season
Posted 31 August 2021 Time to prepare for bushfire season

Following months of record rainfall and vegetation growth residents are urged to start preparing their families and properties for the coming bushfire season.

Closing date for Mid West Art Prize approaches
Posted 26 August 2021 Closing date for Mid West Art Prize approaches

Entries for the Mid West Art Prize close soon and the Geraldton Regional Art Gallery (GRAG) is encouraging artists in Western Australia to submit their artworks before the closing date on Friday 10 September.

Activation soars at Rocks Laneway
Posted 26 August 2021 Activation soars at Rocks Laneway

It’s been nearly two years since the iconic Rocks Laneway transformed Marine Terrace and thanks to The Geraldton Project, the space continues to activate and revitalise the CBD.

Blooming fun festival in Mullewa
Posted 23 August 2021 Blooming fun festival in Mullewa

Wildflowers have officially flourished throughout the region and Mullewa is throwing a festival in celebration of them this August.

Geraldton to commemorate HMAS 80th anniversary
Posted 20 August 2021 Geraldton to commemorate HMAS 80th anniversary

This November will mark a momentous occasion in navy history as the 80th anniversary of the sinking of the HMAS Sydney II is commemorated.

Beach Wheelchairs on the move
Posted 17 August 2021 Beach Wheelchairs on the move

Beach access just got a whole lot easier with the relocation of two Hippocamp Beach Access Wheelchairs to Champion Beach.

Mullewa Agricultural Show returns this August
Posted 16 August 2021 Mullewa Agricultural Show returns this August

Baby animals, a quick shearing competition, fireworks, local produce plus live entertainment and tunes are some of the reasons why you should attend the 87th Mullewa Agricultural Show this August.

Prospective Council candidates invited to info session
Posted 13 August 2021 Prospective Council candidates invited to info session

Those passionate about making a difference and driving change in the community are encouraged to consider running for Council in this year’s Local Government Election.

New exhibitions explore gender and identity
Posted 09 August 2021 New exhibitions explore gender and identity

Childhood memories are the trigger for Graham Miller’s photographic series Playing the Man which will launch at the Geraldton Regional Art Gallery (GRAG) on Friday night.

Stats set tails wagging
Posted 05 August 2021 Stats set tails wagging

Dogs have who escaped the comfort of their backyard and wound up in the City of Greater Geraldton’s Animal Management Facility (AMF) have overwhelmingly made their way back home as shown by recent statistics.

Community participation encouraged in upcoming Census
Posted 04 August 2021 Community participation encouraged in upcoming Census

Those in Greater Geraldton are being urged to take part in next week’s Census to ensure population data is accurate and the community is best represented to be eligible for crucial services.

Coastal seawall shores up community hall
Posted 04 August 2021 Coastal seawall shores up community hall

The future of the John Batten Community Hall in Drummond Cove will be protected with the construction of an engineered rock seawall funded by the WA Recovery Plan.

Midwest set to benefit from state’s largest disaster recovery package
Posted 30 July 2021 Midwest set to benefit from state’s largest disaster recovery package

Clean up and maintenance in the aftermath of Cyclone Seroja will continue for many communities in the Midwest after an announcement of the state’s largest disaster recovery package in WA history.

Rain takes toll on unsealed roads
Posted 23 July 2021 Rain takes toll on unsealed roads

Substantial winter rains across the Midwest, paired with a bumper wildflower season will see more people hitting rural roads over the coming months.

City’s funding programs open
Posted 21 July 2021 City’s funding programs open

Funding opportunities of up to $20,000 are now available for community groups, clubs and organisations to apply for, through the City of Greater Geraldton’s Community Grants Program.

Registrations for eRates grow
Posted 19 July 2021 Registrations for eRates grow

More and more ratepayers are opting to have their notices delivered electronically, with eRates registrations growing significantly in the last few months.

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