What’s On

Must See

The City of Greater Geraldton has a population over 41,000 and includes Greenough, Walkaway and Mullewa. From coastline to inland there is a huge variety of things to see and do. Here is a list we’ve compiled to ensure you make the most of your stay with Summerstar Belair Gardens Caravan Park.


One of the best ways to explore Geraldton and the Mid West is to go on a tour. Talk to our friendly staff at Summerstar Belair Gardens or the helpful staff at the Geraldton Visitor Centre and they will find the tour that is right for you.

Trails and Wildflowers

There are more than 12,000 species of wildflowers in WA, making it the world’s largest collection of wildflowers, 60% of Western Australian wildflowers are found nowhere else on Earth. With plenty of trails to explore in walking distance to Summerstar Belair Gardens Caravan Park, you will have to keep an eye out to spot them all.

Just Add Water

Summerstar Belair Gardens Caravan Park is located in the beautiful West End surrounded by protected beaches. Our closest beach, Pages Beach, is protected from the southerly winds and is a popular swimming and fishing location. This family friendly beach also offers barbeques and a playground. Geraldton offers guests a number of unique aquatic experiences, click here to find out more!

Arts, Culture & Entertainment

Geraldton has a thriving arts and culture scene that includes several galleries, the Queens Park Theatre and a vast collection of public art just around the corner from Summerstar Belair Gardens Caravan Park.


Geraldton is Western Australia’s premiere country town, there is always something on showcasing the best in Entertainment. Fancy something a little more low-key? Why not pop in to our Meat and Gravy Nights at Summerstar Belair Gardens Caravan Park.