Useful Information

Below is a list of things you might need to know about The Abrolhos Reef Lodge, Geraldton and our Midwest region.

Arrival and Departure
Check-in time is from 2pm
Check-out time is prior to 10am
Early check-in or late check-out is available and rates are available on request.  Although our staff members are on site till 9pm we would appreciate your advising us if you expect to arrive late in the evening.

Should you need to cancel your reservation we ask that you advice us 24 hours prior to the arrival date.  Cancellations with in 24 hours of arrival date will incur a fee that equals the first night’s accommodation rate this will be applied to your credit card or purchase order.

Non Arrival
Should you fail to arrive on the scheduled day of your reservation, your room will be held until 9am the following day if your stay is for consecutive days.  Should you not arrive the next day your reservation will be cancelled and the first nights accommodation charge will be applied to your credit card.

Geraldton Information
Geraldton is the gateway to the Mid West region and the first major urban centre North of Perth. Regarded as one of the best places on Earth for a wide variety of wind and water sports, you’ll find a range of sports and activities here to suit all tastes and skill levels. The Midwest is more than sun and sport though. You will find some of Western Australia’s newest wineries and various other cottage industries here. A picturesque driving tour from Geraldton is Chapman Valley with its combination of its beautiful scenery and the many historical points of interest

Geraldton is the ideal base to explore the region’s incredibly beautiful and varied wildflowers. The whole region comes ablaze with the beauty of the native flora during wildflower season attracting visitors from all over the world.

For the more adventurous, the Abrolhos Islands are a chain of more than 100 islands. They are approximately 60 km west of Geraldton and 300 km NNW of Perth. None of the islands rises more than 14 metres above sea level and they are home to a rich variety of fauna including a wide range of sea birds.

If you want to find out about the history of Geraldton and the many offshore islands with their shipwrecks, head to the interesting Geraldton Museum. It is also worth a visit to the excellent Geraldton Art Gallery.

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