The Geraldton Hotel

Geraldton’s first pub, the Geraldton Hotel, was built in 1858 on Gregory St. where it still stands today. In 1874, it was the venue for an extravagant meal prepared for the explorers John and Alexander Forrest on the eve of their second journey across Australia. A plaque commemorating this historic event can be found on the present building.

The Geraldton Hotel stands as a fine example of the colourful history of early Western Australian life and includes a large beer garden, renovated dining room as well as 13 refurbished and well appointed ensuited rooms. The public bar remains including a pub TAB and the former billiards room has been converted into a Liquor Barons Store. $10 meals are available daily and live music plays on the weekends.


19 Gregory Street Geraldton WA 6530


Aust: (08) 9921 3700 Int: +618 9921 3700



The Geraldton Hotel

Contact Person:

Jason Bertelsen

Opening Hours:

Open 7 days from 10am.

Friday & Saturday till midnight

Sunday-Thursday till 10pm,