Lighthouse Keepers Cottage
This beautiful cottage was built in 1876 for the Geraldton lighthouse keeper and his family.
The cottage is made of whitewashed, random, limestone rubble walls under a 'Colorbond' corrugated iron roof which originally was shingled and is set amongst beautiful gardens. It ceased operating as the lighthouse keeper's cottage in 1943 but has been well looked after over the years. The cottage has been home to the Geraldton Historical Society since 1971.
Situated on Chapman Road in the suburb of Bluff Point, the cottage is open to the public Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 10am to 3.30pm . Entry fees apply.
The Historical Society holds a market on the grounds every fifth Sunday of the month. For more information call Glenys Thomas on 9921 3790.