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Abrolhos Islands Shipwreck Air and Land Tour from Geraldton
"Before your departure meet your pilot who will give you a talk on the Abrolhos Islands including the history and information on the fishing industry as it is today.Depart Geraldton just after 9am overflying the beautiful city and track for an extended scenic overfly of the three main groups of the Abrolhos Islands - The Pelseart Easter and Wallabi groups. En route your pilots will point out the pearl farms the historic church on Basile Island the brightly colored fisherman's camps marine life including sharks
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Half-Day Abrolhos Islands Shipwreck Air and Land Tour from Geraldton
"This half-day tour of the Abrolhos Islands departs from Geraldton Airport at 9am or 1pm daily and returns approximately 4-hours later. The beautiful aerial scenic flight includes overflying the fascinating islands in the Pelsaert Group the Easter Group and the Wallabi Group. You will see beautiful coral marine life and fishermen's camps and pearl farms and the historical Weibbe Hayes' Fort - which is the first European building on Australian soil - before landing at East Wallabi Island. You will walk down to the beautiful Turtle Bay and enjoy morning or afternoon tea. You then have the choice o or taking a guided nature walk which includes bird watching and wallabi spotting. Enjoy lunch with your group before returning to the fixed-wing aircraft for the return flight. Travel over Long Island Beacon Island and the Batavia Wreck Site before landing back in Geraldton."
From AUD240.00
 
Abrolhos Islands Shipwreck Air and Land Tour from Geraldton
"Before your departure meet your pilot who will give you a talk on the Abrolhos Islands including the history and information on the fishing industry as it is today.Depart Geraldton just after 9am overflying the beautiful city and track for an extended scenic overfly of the three main groups of the Abrolhos Islands - The Pelseart Easter and Wallabi groups. En route your pilots will point out the pearl farms the historic church on Basile Island the brightly colored fisherman's camps marine life including sharks
From AUD260.00

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CHURCH OF ST. MARYL IN ARA COELI

If you following the "Monsignor John Hawes" trail, then you will come to Northampton to see the Church of St Mary in Ara Coeli that was constructed by him in 1936.This church is described as "One of...
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NORTHAMPTON TO KALBARRI

We are travelling by car to Kalbarri National Park and have decided to take the inland North West Coastal route, travelling along Kalbarri road, passing inland scenery and the turn off to the Kalbarri...
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CONVENT OF THE SACRED HEART

Next door to the "Church of St Mary in Ara Coeli," is the Convent of the Sacred Heart building, another Monsignor Hawes building.It's a double storied stone building with surrounding timber verandahs,...
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SEWING MACHINE MUSEUM

Located on the mezzanine floor of the Family Store is a Sewing machine museum. It isn't very large, but then, entry is by GOLD COIN DONATION. ($1 or $2)I guess this is more interesting for women than...
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CHIVERTON HOUSE MUSEUM

Coming from Geraldton, we entered Northampton and passed by Chiverton House Museum. We came back after lunch, then decided we had seen so many of these Museums that we would give it a miss. If you...
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THE FAMILY STORE

THE Northampton Family Store building opened for business in 1911. Back then, it consisted of three stores - a general store, a Barber/Tobacconist/Billiard area and a saddler serviced the horse and...
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THE RAILWAY TAVERN

I don't think you could miss the historic Railway Tavern, not with the word "Tavern" written in big bold letters on the roof!The Railway Tavern is found on the left hand side of Hampton road as you...
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LIONS PARK

The Lions Park is situated on a side road right behind the Tourist Information centre. It was here we pulled into to eat our lunch and to visit the info centre.There was plenty of room for parking,...
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THE TOURIST INFORMATION CENTRE

We arrived in Northampton on a weekend only to find nearly everything closed. As we drove in from Geraldton way, I saw the big yellow "i" for the information centre on the right hand side of the main...
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Largest Parish Church in WA

Father Irwin’s influence comes through in the high walls and narrow windows. Stone for the church was quarried from ‘Willigully’. It is reported to be the largest parish church in WA designed by Hawes...
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Our Lady in Ara Coeli Church

Our Lady in Ara Coeli Church is quite an impress Catholic Church built in 1936. It was designed by Monsignor Hawes with input from the parish priest, Father Irwin. The original church sat on this same...
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Sacred Heart Convent

This beautiful two storey convent was opened in 1919, another one of Monsignor Dawes designs. The nuns that originally started this convent went on to establish other convents in Port Hedland, Nanson,...
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Northampton Family Store

When this building first opened in 1890 it was actually made up of a few different shops including a tobacconist, general store, billiard saloon and saddlery. It is one of the oldest still operating...
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Old Railway Carriage

This old railway carriage sits in front of the Northampton Caravan Park. Originally it was brought to this spot to house the tourist bureau and to recognize the importance of the first public railway...
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