Australia's Coral Coast

The Coral Coast of Western Australia is a naturally abundant region, home to famous attractions including; Monkey Mia, famous for dolphin watching, feeding and swimming; Nigaloo Reef, home to the Whale Shark (the world's largest fish!), Kalbarri and its rugged coastal cliffs and gorges of the Murchison River, and a stunning array of Western Australian wildflowers which bloom every spring. Towns within the region include, Broome, Geraldton, Exmouth and Coral Bay.

Sitting atop the stunning Champion Bay Marina, Mantra Geraldton Hotel offers visitors a comfortable Coral Coast accommodation base from which to explore the many tourist treasures of the region.

Geraldton is the commercial hub of the growing mid-west and is well-known as an excellent spot for windsurfing and kite boarding along with being one of the largest commercial fishing catchment areas in the region. Boasting plenty of leisure pursuits for those that love the outdoors, Mantra Geraldton Hotel also offers close proximity to Geraldton's Central Business District, café, dining, shopping, Coral Coast attractions and is the perfect Geraldton accommodation option for both leisure and business.


Geraldton is an aquatic playground with a mild Mediterranean climate and laid back lifestyle mixed with great restaurants, shopping and a host of sports and leisure attractions. Wildflowers, the history of Geraldton and nearby Houtman Abrolhos Islands are popular with visitors, as are the spectacular sunsets along the coast line. Visit Geraldton »