Arts and Culture

Geraldton has an exciting arts and culture scene that continues to grow and rival areas in Perth such as Fremantle, Leederville, Melville, Highgate and the CBD. Whether you want to be immersed in theatre and contemporary art or music and dance, you’ll find it at one of the many outlets in Geraldton.

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Geraldton Regional Art Gallery

The Gallery is run by the City of Greater Geraldton and is the principal arts institution in the region. It has a range of fabulous exhibitions that feature throughout the year and are always thought-provoking, engaging for all audiences and entertaining. The Gallery also has a fantastic shop that features products from local creators. Pop into the Gallery from Monday to Saturday between 10am to 4pm and let your imagination run wild!

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Queens Park Theatre

Catch a performance whilst you’re in town! The Queens Park Theatre has cemented itself as a premier entertainment venue continuing on its long legacy to bring the world stage to the region. Built in 1982, the 36 year old gem is one of Geraldton’s proudest and most loved landmarks that hosts a range of shows sure to entertain families, couples and singles. You can catch everything from music, movies, dance, comedy and more here.

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Orana Cinemas

Bringing you the latest in cinema entertainment! Orana Cinemas Geraldton always deliver the latest flicks straight from Hollywood. Enjoy films in plush comfy chairs with an assortment of snacks and goodies, or take your experience to the next level and go gold-class.

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Yamaji Arts

Yamaji Art provides professional services to support and develop Aboriginal artists living in the Lower Murchison region of Yamaji Country. They have a huge focus on sustaining cultural maintenance and hold different exhibitions throughout the year. There’s also a shop with beautiful local products that will make great gifts.

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Tin Heads

This very special collection of over 7,000 decorative tins is open to the public every second Sunday of the month or by appointment and group bookings are welcome. Entry is gold coin donation.

For more information or for bookings contact (08) 9938 3200.

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Urban art

Just walk around the CBD and you will see bright and captivating urban art. Our thriving urban art scene features light boxes with quirky art, wings that you can get a photo with, decorative bollards, art panels and all sorts of weird and wonderful creations. A lot of the work is completed by local artists and youth to increase vibrancy.

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