An Easy To Use Online Print Portal Offering A Huge Selection Of Print Products At Great Prices That Delivers To Your Door in Geraldton!

The Print Shop Online has been assisting individuals and businesses in regional areas of Australia since 2007. From small print jobs to massive branding campaigns, our printing gurus will ensure your printing is top quality and ready in time to meet all those last-minute deadlines. At The Print Shop Online, our motto is “cheaper-faster-better” – and it’s true! If you can dream it we can probably print it, whether you’re looking for digital printing, vinyl printing, large format printing, sign printing, banner printing or even if you need something printed on a sticker. We can do it for you! Our print services also include a huge range of luxury print finishes, including embossing, foil block printing, gloss laminations and so much more. These beautiful touches are perfect for wedding invitations, business cards and any document you want to add a little extra sparkle to.

The Print Shop Online is your expert print service in Geraldton for everything from brochures to business cards, luxury printing as well as large format outdoor printing. We have your entire needs covered. When you want your prints in a hurry, we excel in rush printing in Geraldton and we offer a large choice of green printing products and materials including recycled business cards, stationery, brochures and so much more. Our expert print team is here to take your printing project to new heights; with state-of-the-art printing equipment allowing you the convenience and flexibility you need – whatever the job requirements. We are a proud Australian family business that delivers the highest quality, fast turnaround printing, for individuals right through to corporate clients. We offer both offset and digital printing, as well as timeless and luxurious letterpress printing and special effects. Visit us online at www.ThePrintShopOnline.com.au today and discover how we can turbocharge your next printing project!

We can help the general public and small businesses in Geraldton achieve their big ideas.

The Print Shop Online aids small business owners create expertly designed, up-to-date custom marketing by providing them via our online print portal the range of products they need to look and feel professional along with design templates and online support. The Print Shop Online offers so much more than one can think of with a vast range of custom small business marketing products; real-time access to expert ideas and assistance for people who need a hand; and a simple, straightforward experience for those who know exactly what they want. When we put it all together, our customers can easily design a consistent, cohesive look that carries right through their entire business, whether they operate in-store, online, on-site or on the go. With that, they can walk through a prospect’s door with confidence, know they can keep up with the competition and make things happen right now. Because now isn’t just a challenge. It’s an opportunity. And The Print Shop Online is here to help small business owners OWN THE NOW.

Introducing a complete online print and design portal that is 100% founded, fostered, and focused in regional Australia

Since opening our doors back in 2007, we have assisted thousands of regional Businesses, Not for Profits, Government Agencies and Individuals to look Stunning in Print and we are excited to be able to offer the businesses and public in Geraldton this incredible cost-effective and professional platform. We are 100% regionally owned and operated, and because we only promote our services to small cities and towns with populations around 50,000 or less, you can be assured that as a regional business or individual, you are our number one priority!

Dealing with a family owned regional print company, doesn’t mean that you need to compromise on something…

Along with our experienced print team, you’ll be dealing directly with owners and company founders.

And that means, we are ready to be compared to and challenged against Price – Range – Turnaround Time – Service offered by any other Australian print company. We are excited to work with businesses and individuals in Geraldton !

What can the Geraldton public expect from our printing?

Pricing

The proof is in the pricing (so please take a look)! Our buying power is huge! And we pass that onto you through outstanding prices without diminishing quality.

Range

Even this vast online print portal showcases only a portion of what we offer. If you can’t find what you need, just ask us! We’re sure to say Yes!

Turnaround Time

Getting it printed and delivered FAST, right across the county, is what we’re known for!    And… All our online prices are Freight Inclusive!

Service

Wer’e thinking that you can count on one hand the really great service experiences you’ve had in the past 12 months. Try us, Just once, (You’ll need another hand)!

Get Custom Printing in Geraldton at Fantastic Prices and Delivery Included.

Here's just a sampler of what you can order online right now in Geraldton ..

Make an Impact with Durable, High Quality Outdoor Banners. Vinyl Banners are an ideal, low-cost way to promote your community event, your sale or your business in general.
Made from durable vinyl banner material and printed with full color digital latex printing, outdoor banners make a big statement at a low price. Better still, if you need more than one banner we charge no extra if you want to have different artwork on each banner ordered!
When correctly secured and cared for, you’ll get long term use out of your banners, making them perfect for longer events or repeat annual sales.

Available in any size from 1000mm x 500mm up to a massive 5 metre x 2 metre, all our banners come with hemming included in the price. Add rust-free eyelets and ropes to make securing your banner a breeze!

You won’t find Better Value than Our Australian Printed and Assembled Pull Up Banners – Dispatched in only 1 Working Day!

Printed in Vibrant Fade Resistant Full Colour Print on High Quality 285 gsm Banner Vinyl.

A Choice of Sizes including ‘Shopping Centre Height.

Premium & Bigfoot Deluxe Bases. Handy Carry Bag Included.

Free Delivery Australia Wide!

Make a Statement with Eye Catching Teardrop Banners in 4 Sizes.

When you want to grab the attention of customers either at your store or at an event, put a happy tear in their eye with our Australian Made, Fast Turn-around Teardrop Banners :0. We print them in single or double sided and they’re available in Small, Medium, Large and (OMG!) Jumbo sizes.

Just choose from our Single Sided Flag (with mirrored reverse) or Double Sided block out flag (with sharp graphics that can be read correctly from either side).

Then choose from a wide range of heavy duty bases available to suit every application.
1)Heavy Duty Ground Spike for Lawn.
2) Heavy Duty 10KG Plate for Outdoor Hardstand Use.
3) Folding Cross Base for easy indoor use.
4) Folding Cross Base with 9 KG (when filled) Water Bag, a great combination for indoor and outdoor use.

All bases include a heavy duty fully enclosed ball bearing spindle to allow flags to swivel with the wind and our Pole Kits are constructed with strong CE Certified epoxy fiberglass with double steel sleeve reinforcement at the base. Print Shop Teardrop Flags… Great Looking, Portable, Strong and Super Easy to Assemble… Simply Perfect

Be a Stand Out with Eye Catching Bow Banners in 4 Sizes When you want to grab the attention of customers either at your store or at an event, create some WOW with a BOW!

Our Australian Made, Fast Turn-around Bow Banners come printed in single or double sided and are available in Small, Medium, Large and OMG Jumbo sizes!

Just choose from our Single Sided Flag (with mirrored reverse) or Double Sided block out flag (with sharp graphics that can be read correctly from either side). Then choose from a wide range of heavy duty bases available to suit every application.

1) Heavy Duty Ground Spike for Lawn.
2) Heavy Duty 10KG Plate for Outdoor Hardstand Use.
3) Folding Cross Base for easy indoor use.
4) Folding Cross Base with 9 KG (when filled) Water Bag, a great combination for indoor and outdoor use.

All bases include a heavy duty fully enclosed ball bearing spindle to allow flags to swivel with the wind and our Pole Kits are constructed with strong CE Certified epoxy fiberglass with double steel sleeve reinforcement at the base. Print Shop Bow Banner Flags …  Great Looking, Portable, Strong and Super Easy to Assemble… Simply Perfect!

Full Colour DL Booklets (1/3 A4 size) w/Stapled Spine (Portrait)

Well produced DL booklets are a great way to communicate with your customers – and we have the Best Full Colour Booklet Prices around!

A stapled booklet allows you to use each page individually or we can print across the centerfold of the booklet to maximise your design space.

Booklets allow you to make the most of the space available, and you can easily create a premium look & feel with the addition of laminated finishes and a thick matt or gloss laminated cover too!

Or show your environmentally conscious side by choosing an eco-friendly 100% recycled option.

Present your brand to the world and don’t be constrained by just one or 2 pages – Go ahead and tell the full story!

And if you need a custom size or an even bigger range of paper & card to choose from, please get in touch – We’re here to help!

Our Vast Range of Standard Business Cards.

Just because our prices in this range are some of the lowest in the country, don’t be fooled by the category name … ‘Standard’. When compared to many online business card offerings, the cards you’ll find in this range are nothing short of exceptional.

Even our entry level Satin Seal business cards come with a protective satin varnish with high bulk and exceptional print brightness.

Choose from a big variety of card-stocks from 300gsm up to super bulky (and impressive) 450gsm weight. Take your cards to the next level for only a few dollars more and add laminates and other finishes. You’ll even find extra tough synthetic business card options in this range …

Standard…?? We Don’t Think so 🙂

Eco-friendly Business Cards on 100% Recycled Board.

Whether you’re in an Environmental Related Industry or you just want to do your part for the eco-system, you will send the right message when you select 100% recycled business cards.

These recycled cards are offered in a range of eco-friendly substrates with options that include a more natural look & feel or select cards with a crisper, whiter look. Either way, you (and your customers) can be assured that your cards are made from 100% recycled papers and are 100% printed here in Australia!

And talking about ‘Australia’ … if you find lower priced 100% Recycled Business Cards that are printed in Australia at a lower price that ours … Then send us your quote and we’ll beat it!

Luxurious Velvet Finish – Foil & Raised Metallic options.

If you’re reading this, then we know you are a person who enjoys the finer things in life –
You are also someone who wants to present your name and your business in the best way possible … and you could also be someone wants to achieve this ultra-standard and still feel like you got a bargain … :0

Well – you have come to the right place! 🙂

Our Ultra Premium Business Card range is true to that name with luxurious-to-the-touch Velvet Laminates on extra bulky 450gsm artboard.
And when you combine this with simply stunning gold or silver hot stamped foil you have found a card that is leagues above the competition. Take it to the limit by upgrading to raised metallic silver or gold!

Go On … You and Your Brand Deserve it!

Perfect for Appointment & Loyalty Cards.

Stamp ’em – Tick ’em – Sign ’em – Punch ’em!

These cards are printed on traditional postcard stock, ideal for loyalty cards, appointment cards and any card where you need to write on the back.

The front has a smooth white finish for sharp image and text reproduction, whilst the back is uncoated and can be easily stamped or written upon without any annoying and messy smudging. Add a gloss or matt laminate to the front for extra durability and a premium look & feel.

Get your Loyalty Programs Going and Your Appointments Flowing with this range of quality cards.

When you want to make a lasting first impression!

If you’re like most business owners, you put time, energy and money into creating a brand that says something big about who you are and what your business offers. Your brand is like your unspoken Director of First Impressions!

So… why would you put thin, cheap, poorly trimmed business cards into the hands of your customers and prospective customers..?! Especially when it costs only a little more to really stand out a lot more!

Browse our premium card range and be tempted with stunning spot varnishes or raised varnish (scodix). Choose super bulky 450gsm options for that extra extra impact!

Better Still – get them fast, knowing they are 100% Aussie Printed!

4 Pg Scored Card Brochures Delivered Flat (Full A4 size).

These A4 (when folded), 4 page (4 panel) card brochures are an ideal way to showcase a large range of products, menu options or services on quality card substrates.

Choose from Gloss or Matt ArtBoards, 100% Recycled and Laminated options, in weights from 250 up to 400 GSM. (Find lighter weight papers in Folded Brochures or Flat Flyers).

Your card brochures are printed on state of the art 4-colour-process machines, then scored and delivered flat ready for easy folding to the perfectly finished A4 (297 x 210mm) size.

If you need a custom size brochure or you’re looking for specialised folding, please call and ask for options and prices – We’re here to help!

4 Pg Scored Card Brochures Delivered Flat (1/3 A4 size).

These DL (1/3 A4 page when folded), 4 page (4 panel) card brochures are an ideal way to showcase a small to medium range of products, menu options or services in a compact design printed on quality card substrates.

Choose from Gloss or Matt ArtBoards, 100% Recycled and Laminated options, in weights from 250 up to 400 GSM. (Find lighter weight papers in Folded Brochures or Flat Flyers).

Your card brochures are printed on state of the art 4-colour-process machines, then scored and delivered flat ready for easy folding to the perfectly finished DL (210 x 98mm) size.

If you need a custom size brochure or you’re looking for specialised folding, please call and ask for options and prices – We’re here to help.

6 Pg Scored Card Brochures Delivered Flat (1/4 A4 size).

These A6 (1/4 A4 page when folded), 6 page (6 panel) card brochures are an ideal way to showcase a small to medium range of products, menu options or services in a compact design printed on quality card substrates.

Choose from Gloss or Matt ArtBoards, 100% Recycled and Laminated options, in weights from 250 up to 400 GSM. (Find lighter weight papers in Folded Brochures or Flat Flyers).

Your card brochures are printed on state of the art 4-colour-process machines, then scored and delivered flat ready for easy folding to the perfectly finished A6 (148 x 103mm) size.

If you need a custom size brochure or you’re looking for specialised folding, please call and ask for options and prices – We’re here to help.

4 Pg Scored Card Brochures Delivered Flat (1/2 A4 size).

These A5 (1/2 A4 page when folded), 4 page (4 panel) card brochures are an ideal way to showcase a medium to large range of products, menu options or services in a compact design printed on quality card substrates.

Choose from Gloss or Matt ArtBoards, 100% Recycled and Laminated options, in weights from 250 up to 400 GSM. (Find lighter weight papers in Folded Brochures or Flat Flyers).

Your card brochures are printed on state of the art 4-colour-process machines, then scored and delivered flat ready for easy folding to the perfectly finished A5 (210 x 148mm) size.

If you need a custom size brochure or you’re looking for specialised folding, please call and ask for options and prices – We’re here to help.

6 Pg Scored Card Brochures Delivered Flat (Full A4 size).

These A4 (when folded), 6 page (6 panel) card brochures are an ideal way to showcase a large range of products, menu options or services on quality card substrates.

Choose from Gloss or Matt ArtBoards, 100% Recycled and Laminated options, in weights from 250 up to 400 GSM. (Find lighter weight papers in Folded Brochures or Flat Flyers).

Your card brochures are printed on state of the art 4-colour-process machines, then scored and delivered flat ready for easy folding to the perfectly finished A4 (297 x 210mm) size.

If you need a custom size brochure or you’re looking for specialised folding, please call and ask for options and prices – We’re here to help.

6 Pg Scored Card Brochures Delivered Flat (1/3 A4 size).

These DL (1/3 A4 page when folded), 6 page (6 panel) card brochures are an ideal way to showcase a small to medium range of products, menu options or services in a compact design printed on quality card substrates.

Choose from Gloss or Matt ArtBoards, 100% Recycled and Laminated options, in weights from 250 up to 400 GSM. (Find lighter weight papers in Folded Brochures or Flat Flyers).

Your card brochures are printed on state of the art 4-colour-process machines, then scored and delivered flat ready for easy folding to the perfectly finished DL (210 x 98mm) size.

If you need a custom size brochure or you’re looking for specialised folding, please call and ask for options and prices – We’re here to help.

4 Pg Scored Card Brochures Delivered Flat (1/4 A4 size).

These A6 (1/4 A4 page when folded), 4 page (4 panel) card brochures are an ideal way to showcase a small to medium range of products, menu options or services in a compact design printed on quality card substrates.

Choose from Gloss or Matt ArtBoards, 100% Recycled and Laminated options, in weights from 250 up to 400 GSM. (Find lighter weight papers in Folded Brochures or Flat Flyers).

Your card brochures are printed on state of the art 4-colour-process machines, then scored and delivered flat ready for easy folding to the perfectly finished A6 (148 x 103mm) size.

If you need a custom size brochure or you’re looking for specialised folding, please call and ask for options and prices – We’re here to help.

6 Pg Scored Card Brochures Delivered Flat (1/2 A4 size).

These A5 (1/2 A4 page when folded), 6 page (6 panel) card brochures are an ideal way to showcase a medium to large range of products, menu options or services in a compact design printed on quality card substrates.

Choose from Gloss or Matt ArtBoards, 100% Recycled and Laminated options, in weights from 250 up to 400 GSM. (Find lighter weight papers in Folded Brochures or Flat Flyers).

Your card brochures are printed on state of the art 4-colour-process machines, then scored and delivered flat ready for easy folding to the perfectly finished A5 (210 x 148mm) size.

If you need a custom size brochure or you’re looking for specialised folding, please call and ask for options and prices – We’re here to help.

DL Self Seal Secretive Envelopes in 1, 2 or Full Colour.

All our DL Envelopes are self sealing and are made from quality secretive papers, meaning that your message inside can’t be read until the envelope is opened.

Choose from plain and window face options with the choice of 1 colour, 2 colour or full colour single side print. Note that envelopes cannot be printed to bleed (colour to the edge).

If you can’t find exactly what you’re looking for, just call 1300 5 PRINT… we’re only too happy to help!

DL Self Seal Secretive Envelopes in 1, 2 or Full Colour.

Our ‘Plus’ size DLX Envelopes allow for easy insertion of over-sized or bulky items. All our DLX Envelopes are self sealing and are made from quality secretive papers, meaning that your message inside can’t be read until the envelope is opened.

Choose from plain and window face options with the choice of 1 colour, 2 colour or full colour single side print. Note that envelopes cannot be printed to bleed (colour to the edge).

If you can’t find exactly what you’re looking for, just call 1300 5 PRINT… we’re only too happy to help!

C4 Self Seal Secretive Envelopes in 1, 2 or Full Colour.

Our C4 Envelopes allow for easy insertion of over-sized or bulky items. Note that our full colour C4 envelopes are a wallet style (opening on the long edge) and the 1 & 2 colour options are pocket style (short edge opening)

All our C4 Envelopes are self sealing and are made from quality secretive papers, meaning that your message inside can’t be read until the envelope is opened.

Choose from plain and window face options with the choice of 1 colour, 2 colour or full colour single side print. Note that envelopes cannot be printed to bleed (colour to the edge).

If you can’t find exactly what you’re looking for, just call 1300 5 PRINT… we’re only too happy to help!

C5 Self Seal Secretive Envelopes in 1, 2 or Full Colour.

The C5 Envelopes allow for easy insertion of over-sized or bulky items. Note that our full colour C5 envelopes are a wallet style (opening on the long edge) and the 1 & 2 colour options are pocket style (short edge opening)

All our C5 Envelopes are self sealing and are made from quality secretive papers, meaning that your message inside can’t be read until the envelope is opened.

Choose from plain and window face options with the choice of 1 colour, 2 colour or full colour single side print. Note that envelopes cannot be printed to bleed (colour to the edge).

If you can’t find exactly what you’re looking for, just call 1300 5 PRINT… we’re only too happy to help!

Flat Flyers & Marketing Cards 210 x 98mm (1/3 A4 size).

One side or two side printing, our DL flat (not folded) flyers & leaflets are a highly effective and economical way of showcasing your business or event.

Select from a huge range of quality Paper & Card stocks, including recycled options. Add a matt or gloss laminate for extra protection and visual appeal. Spot UV and Velvet laminates are also available – contact us for options and prices – We’re here to help!

Flat Flyers & Marketing Cards 297 x 210mm (Full A4 size).

One side or two side printing, our A4 flat (not folded) flyers & leaflets are a highly effective and economical way of showcasing your business or event.

Select from a huge range of quality Paper & Card stocks, including recycled options. Add a matt or gloss laminate for extra protection and visual appeal. Spot UV and Velvet laminates are also available – contact us for options and prices – We’re here to help!

Flat Flyers & Marketing Cards 148 x 103mm (1/4 A4 size).

One side or two side printing, our A6 flat (not folded) flyers & leaflets are a highly effective and economical way of showcasing your business or event.

Select from a huge range of quality Paper & Card stocks, including recycled options. Add a matt or gloss laminate for extra protection and visual appeal. Spot UV and Velvet laminates are also available – contact us for options and prices – We’re here to help!

Flat Flyers & Marketing Cards 420 x 297mm (Double A4 size ).

One side or two side printing, our A3 flat (not folded) flyers & leaflets are a highly effective and economical way of showcasing your business or event.

Select from a huge range of quality Paper & Card stocks, including recycled options. Add a matt or gloss laminate for extra protection and visual appeal. Spot UV and Velvet laminates are also available – contact us for options and prices – We’re here to help!

Flat Flyers & Marketing Cards 210 x 148mm (1/2 A4 size).

One side or two side printing, our A5 flat (not folded) flyers & leaflets are a highly effective and economical way of showcasing your business or event.

Select from a huge range of quality Paper & Card stocks, including recycled options. Add a matt or gloss laminate for extra protection and visual appeal. Spot UV and Velvet laminates are also available – contact us for options and prices – We’re here to help!

6 Pg Colour Brochures Folded to 210 x 98mm (1/3 A4 size).

These DL (when folded), 6 page (6 panel) brochures are an ideal way to showcase a medium range of products, menu options or services in a low-cost and compact design that is perfect for direct and unaddressed mail-outs.

Choose quality papers from Gloss Art to 100% Recycled, in weights from 100 up to 170 GSM. (Find Thicker Cards in Scored Brochures).

Your folded brochures are printed on 4-colour-process machines with automated folding so that you get them delivered lightening fast at the perfectly finished (DL 210 x 98mm) size. Roll or Concertina Folding included in online pricing.

If you need a custom size brochure with specialised folding, please ask for options and prices – We’re here to help!

4 Pg Colour Brochures Folded to 148 x 103mm (1/4 A4 size).

These A6 (when folded), 4 page (4 panel) brochures are an ideal way to showcase a small to medium range of products, menu options or services in a low-cost and compact design that is perfect for direct and unaddressed mail-outs.

Choose quality papers from Gloss Art to 100% Recycled, in weights from 100 up to 170 GSM. (Find Thicker Cards in Scored Brochures).

Your folded brochures are printed on 4-colour-process machines with automated folding so that you get them delivered lightening fast at the perfectly finished A6 (148 x 103mm) size.

If you need a custom size brochure or you’re looking for specialised folding, please ask for options and prices – We’re here to help!

6 Pg Colour Brochures Folded to 210 x 148mm (1/2 A4 size).

These A5 (when folded), 6 page (6 panel) brochures are an ideal way to showcase a medium range of products, menu options or services in a low-cost and compact design that is perfect for direct and unaddressed mail-outs.

Choose quality papers from Gloss Art to 100% Recycled, in weights from 100 up to 170 GSM. (Find Thicker Cards in Scored Brochures).

Your folded brochures are printed on high speed 4-colour-process machines with automated folding so that you get them delivered lightening fast at the perfectly finished A5 (210 x 148mm) size. Roll or Concertina Folding included in online pricing.

If you need a custom size brochure with specialised folding, please ask for options and prices – We’re here to help!

8 Pg Colour Brochures Folded to 210 x 148mm (1/2 A4 size).

These A5 (when folded), 8 page (8 panel) brochures are an ideal way to showcase a larger range of products, menu options or services in a low-cost and compact design that is perfect for direct and unaddressed mail-outs.

Choose quality papers from Gloss Art to 100% Recycled, in weights from 100 up to 170 GSM. (Find Thicker Cards in Scored Brochures).

Your folded brochures are printed on high speed 4-colour-process machines with automated folding so that you get them delivered lightening fast at the perfectly finished A5 (210 x 148mm) size. Roll or Concertina Folding included in online pricing.

If you need a custom size brochure with specialised folding, please ask for options and prices – We’re here to help!

4 Pg Colour Brochures Folded to 297 x 210mm (Full A4 size).

These A4 (when folded), 4 page (4 panel) brochures are an ideal way to showcase a range of products, options or services in a full-A4 fold-out design that is perfect for industries where larger pictures and multi-page images need to be displayed.

Choose quality papers from Gloss Art to 100% Recycled, in weights from 100 up to 170 GSM. (Find Thicker Cards in Scored Brochures).

Your folded brochures are printed on 4-colour-process machines with automated folding so that you get them delivered lightening fast at the perfectly finished A5 (210 x 148mm) size.

If you need a custom size brochure or you’re looking for specialised folding, please ask for options and prices – We’re here to help!

4 Pg Colour Brochures Folded to 210 x 98mm (1/3 A4 size).

These DL (when folded), 4 page (4 panel) brochures are an ideal way to showcase a small to medium range of products, menu options or services in a low-cost and compact design that is perfect for direct and unaddressed mail-outs.

Choose quality papers from Gloss Art to 100% Recycled, in weights from 100 up to 170 GSM. (Find Thicker Cards in Scored Brochures).

Your folded brochures are printed on 4-colour-process machines with automated folding so that you get them delivered lightening fast at the perfectly finished (DL 210 x 98mm) size.

If you need a custom size brochure or you’re looking for specialised folding, please ask for options and prices – We’re here to help!

6 Pg Colour Brochures Folded to 148 x 103mm (1/4 A4 size).

These A6 (when folded), 6 page (6 panel) brochures are an ideal way to showcase a medium range of products, menu options or services in a low-cost and compact design that is perfect for direct and unaddressed mail-outs.

Choose quality papers from Gloss Art to 100% Recycled, in weights from 100 up to 170 GSM. (Find Thicker Cards in Scored Brochures).

Your folded brochures are printed on 4-colour-process machines with automated folding so that you get them delivered lightening fast at the perfectly finished A6 (148 x 103mm) size. Roll or Concertina Folding included in online pricing.

If you need a custom size brochure with specialised folding, please ask for options and prices – We’re here to help!

8 Pg Colour Brochures Folded to 148 x 103mm (1/4 A4 size).

These A6 (when folded), 8 page (8 panel) brochures are an ideal way to showcase a medium range of products, menu options or services in a low-cost and compact design that is perfect for direct and unaddressed mail-outs.

Choose quality papers from Gloss Art to 100% Recycled, in weights from 100 up to 170 GSM. (Find Thicker Cards in Scored Brochures).

Your folded brochures are printed on 4-colour-process machines with automated folding so that you get them delivered lightening fast at the perfectly finished A6 (148 x 103mm) size. Roll or Concertina Folding included in online pricing.

If you need a custom size brochure with specialised folding, please ask for options and prices – We’re here to help!

4 Pg Colour Brochures Folded to 210 x 148mm (1/2 A4 size).

These A5 (when folded), 4 page (4 panel) brochures are an ideal way to showcase a small to medium range of products, menu options or services in a low-cost and compact design that is perfect for direct and unaddressed mail-outs.

Choose quality papers from Gloss Art to 100% Recycled, in weights from 100 up to 170 GSM. (Find Thicker Cards in Scored Brochures).

Your folded brochures are printed on 4-colour-process machines with automated folding so that you get them delivered lightening fast at the perfectly finished A5 (210 x 148mm) size.

If you need a custom size brochure or you’re looking for specialised folding, please ask for options and prices – We’re here to help!

6 Pg Colour Brochures Folded to 297 x 210mm (Full A4 size).

These A4 (when folded), 6 page (6 panel) brochures are an ideal way to showcase a range of products, options or services in a full-A4 fold-out design that is perfect for industries where larger pictures and multi-page images need to be displayed.

Choose quality papers from Gloss Art to 100% Recycled, in weights from 100 up to 170 GSM. (Find Thicker Cards in Scored Brochures).

Your folded brochures are printed on 4-colour-process machines with automated folding so that you get them delivered lightening fast at the perfectly finished A5 (210 x 148mm) size. Roll or Concertina Folding included in online pricing.

If you need a custom size brochure with specialised folding, please ask for options and prices – We’re here to help!

8 Pg Colour Brochures Folded to 297 x 210mm (Full A4 size).

These A4 (when folded), 8 page (8 panel) brochures are an ideal way to showcase a range of products, options or services in a full-A4 fold-out design that is perfect for industries where larger pictures and multi-page images need to be displayed.

Choose quality papers from Gloss Art to 100% Recycled, in weights from 100 up to 170 GSM. (Find Thicker Cards in Scored Brochures).

Your folded brochures are printed on 4-colour-process machines with automated folding so that you get them delivered lightening fast at the perfectly finished A5 (210 x 148mm) size. Roll or Concertina Folding included in online pricing.

If you need a custom size brochure with specialised folding, please ask for options and prices – We’re here to help!

8 Pg Colour Brochures Folded to 210 x 98mm (1/3 A4 size).

These DL (when folded), 8 page (8 panel) brochures are an ideal way to showcase a larger range of products, menu options or services in a low-cost and compact design that is perfect for direct and unaddressed mail-outs.

Choose quality papers from Gloss Art to 100% Recycled, in weights from 100 up to 170 GSM. (Find Thicker Cards in Scored Brochures).

Your folded brochures are printed on 4-colour-process machines with automated folding so that you get them delivered lightening fast at the perfectly finished (DL 210 x 98mm) size. Roll or Concertina Folding included in online pricing.

If you need a custom size brochure with specialised folding, please ask for options and prices – We’re here to help!

Carbonless Books in Duplicate, Triplicate & Quad (Full A4 size).

No Carbon Required (NCR) business forms / pads can be used for a multitude of applications: Invoices, delivery notes, restaurant receipts, purchase orders, vehicle pre-start, incident reports … the list is endless! 2 part (Duplicate) 3 part (Triplicate) or 4 part (Quadruplicate) books and are available in a variety of sizes with a choice of five paper colours, white, pink, blue, green or yellow in sets of 25, 50 or 100.

They can be printed in black only, one or two spot colours or full colour on the front and available with either a blank reverse or printed in one colour on the reverse … The perfect place to put your terms and conditions!

And INCLUDED in our prices on all NCR Books is: Numbering – Wrap-around Pressure Plate – Taped Spine for extra durability and your choice of either ‘soft’ card covers or thick board covers in a range of colours!

We are The NCR Print People! NEED MORE THAN 50 BOOKS? Please contact us for a specialist quote – call 1300 5 Print to get fast free & friendly advice.

Carbonless Books in Duplicate, Triplicate & Quad (1/2 A4 size).

No Carbon Required (NCR) business forms / pads can be used for a multitude of applications: Invoices, delivery notes, restaurant receipts, purchase orders, vehicle pre-start, incident reports … the list is endless! 2 part (Duplicate) 3 part (Triplicate) or 4 part (Quadruplicate) books and are available in a variety of sizes with a choice of five paper colours, white, pink, blue, green or yellow in sets of 25, 50 or 100.

They can be printed in black only, one or two spot colours or full colour on the front and available with either a blank reverse or printed in one colour on the reverse … The perfect place to put your terms and conditions!

And INCLUDED in our prices on all NCR Books is: Numbering – Wrap-around Pressure Plate – Taped Spine for extra durability and your choice of either ‘soft’ card covers or thick board covers in a range of colours!

We are The NCR Print People! NEED MORE THAN 50 BOOKS? Please contact us for a specialist quote – call 1300 5 Print to get fast free & friendly advice.

Carbonless Books in Duplicate, Triplicate & Quad (1/3 A4 size).

No Carbon Required (NCR) business forms / pads can be used for a multitude of applications: Invoices, delivery notes, restaurant receipts, purchase orders, vehicle pre-start, incident reports… the list is endless! 2 part (Duplicate) 3 part (Triplicate) or 4 part (Quadruplicate) books and are available in a variety of sizes with a choice of five paper colours, white, pink, blue, green or yellow in sets of 25, 50 or 100.

They can be printed in black only, one or two spot colours or full colour on the front and available with either a blank reverse or printed in one colour on the reverse … The perfect place to put your terms and conditions!

And INCLUDED in our prices on all NCR Books is: Numbering – Wrap-around Pressure Plate – Taped Spine for extra durability and your choice of either ‘soft’ card covers or thick board covers in a range of colours!

We are The NCR Print People! NEED MORE THAN 50 BOOKS? Please contact us for a specialist quote – call 1300 5 Print to get fast free & friendly advice.

Light-weight, Durable and Economical Fluted Plastic Signage.

5mm thick, printed one or both sides, Corflute Plastic Signage is the medium of choice for real estate companies around Australia thanks to it’s durable, yet incredibly light structure and it’s low cost.

All our Corflutes are printed via Direct-Print which means you get vibrant & bold colours with no lifting or peeling which can be a problem when printed stickers are used on fluted signage.

Better still, if you need more than one sign we charge no extra if you want to have different artwork on each corflute ordered!

Add 4 or 8 eyelets to allow for easy and secure mounting with cable ties.

Virtually any size board within 2400mm x 1200mm is available, so if your required size is not listed here, please get in touch for a custom quote.

Because of the wide format nature of this product, shipping times can vary significantly depending on your location. We will confirm shipping times at check out, or you can call us for an estimated turn-around time prior to ordering.

Lift – Move – Expand!

Your sign is hard at work!

Choose from powder-coated metal, plastic or aluminium A-frames with either fixed or
interchangeable signage boards in brilliant full colour print on both sides.

A-Frame Signs are a great way for getting your business message across to people who are passing by.

A-Frame Signs (Sandwich Board Signs) are ideal for small-medium portable street sign advertising.

Can be used to attract attention, direct pedestrians to your business, displays your opening times, advertises you products and services, and promotes special offers.

Some A-frames are designed for indoor, while other for outdoor conditions. Some A-Frames have the graphics embedded in the panels while others have graphics that insert and can easily be replaced. A-Frame signs are light for easy transportation and portability while others are made from heavy steel so they are able to sustain strong winds and tough outdoor conditions.

On stakes in the lawn (corflute), drilled to the wall (aluminium composite) or showcasing a
product (foam-core), we have signage substrates galore – all of which are direct printed and delivered fast.

Metal Ground Spikes and Corflute Signs are a highly cost efficient method of displaying your brand, direction to your open homes or marketing for your agents.  These are a very popular means of advertising.

Metal ground spikes are suitable for Corflute signs up to 450x600mm with vertical flutes and are available to buy on their own or with the corflute signs.

They are made from a strong galavnised steel to reduce weathering and corosion and provide exptional stability for the corflute signs.

Our A2 (or custom) size Desk Pads are the single most cost effective 12 month advertising
tool you’ll get anywhere. Imagine being right under the noses of your best customers (and
prospects) for a full 12 months!

We’ll guess that you have a note pad or 6 on your desk right now. Why not print hundreds for your business and then give‘em out like candy to every customer? That’s smart, low cost advertising!

Why handover a pile of papers when you can present them in style and for less than you might think.

With dozens of styles, sizes and finishes, we’re bound to have a presentation folder solution that’s just right!

Choose from satin seal or stunning laminates and spot varnishes.

Design & Print for Regional Schools

It’s no longer the case that schools are solely reliant on enrolments to occur organically. School Principals and their Admin teams now need to actively promote their individual schools, showcasing their strengths, their culture and their vision.

Essentially, School Principals & Deputies are now expected to be brand ambassadors & modern marketers!

And this is where we can help because helping schools promote themselves in Print is what we’ve been doing since 2007 and we have built a reputation as the go-to printers & designers for regional schools across WA and indeed now across regional Australia.

And whilst we know that ‘low prices’ will be high on your list of ‘must-haves’, we also understand that you want more than that when choosing a print partner. We reckon you’d also be encouraged by knowing:

1 – We are 100% Regional WA Owned, Based and Operated with hubs in the West and the East Coasts
2 –  Everything we produce is Australian made (we don’t print overseas and then ship it in) and is produced in our production facilities that often operate 24 hours a day. That means our turnaround and delivery times are industry leading!
3 – We’ve been the regional printer of choice since 2007 and our customers tell us that we are really good at what we do!  Check out our Facebook and Google feedback to read some of the wonderful things they say about us, our products and our service. And because schools are normally permitted to provide public reviews, we can certainly also put you in touch with those who have entrusted us as their print partner.
4 – A large and growing number of our products are available to clearly view, quickly compare and easily purchase online at prices we are confident you will be super-impressed with.
5 – Even though we have a strong online presence, we are and will always be a face to face and voice to voice business that does not make it difficult for our customers to contact us and speak directly with our team of print professionals who are here to help School Products: Now – The products below are by no means all we provide (that list would likely wear out your patience!), but these items are some that we design and print for schools across the country.

GENERAL STATIONERY

Letterheads & Comp Slips: Our prices will show that you can afford to produce school information on professionally presented & commercially printed stationery instead of just using in-house photocopies. Choose from a variety of standard, recycled & luxury stocks. 1, 2 or full colour
https://theprintshoponline.com.au/stationery

Envelopes: OK – they’re not all that exciting but they are an essential school administration tool – and we do them all in just about every shape and size, window or plain, printed 1,2 or full colour https://theprintshoponline.com.au/envelopes

Award Certificates: Any size with a big range of standard through to luxurious paper & card stocks https://theprintshoponline.com.au/leaflets

Presentation Folders: An economical yet highly professional way to present your school’s information. A huge range of ready-to go templates that can be produced onto a stunning variety of card stocks, standard finishes or brilliant spot varnishes & laminates.

Not currently available onlineCall 1300 5 PRINT (77468) or email hello@theprintshoponline.com.au for options and fast quotes.

PROMOTIONAL MATERIAL

Pull Up Banners: Place them in your reception to welcome visitors or place them in classrooms to promote your schools’ values & vision statements. Super easy to assemble, highly portable and at our prices, you’ll want to grab a few!

Not currently available onlineCall 1300 5 PRINT (77468) or email hello@theprintshoponline.com.au for options and fast quotes.

Outdoor Vinyl Banners: From 1 meter, up to a whopping 10 meters in one length; our UV rated outdoor banners are ideal for house-faction & interschool sports days or as a budget way to promote any special event. Double stitched hemming and available with ropes and eyelets. 
https://theprintshoponline.com.au/products/banners

Teardrop Flags & Bow Banners: These stunning outdoor flags have become an increasingly popular promotional tool for schools, with pricing having come down significantly over the past decade. Our 2 styles of flags both come in 4 sizes with a variety of base types to suit every application. And yes, all our flags are 100% Australian Made (So Many are Not) https://theprintshoponline.com.au/banners

Calendars & Magnets: Many of our school customers make calendars & other magnets part of their school year because they’ve come to know that commercial quality magnets showcasing school terms & other key information make onto household refrigerator doors and stay there for the year! (Much unlike slips of paper that rarely make it onto the kitchen bench!) And with our bulk pricing discounts, you’ll want enough for the entire cohort.

Not currently available onlineCall 1300 5 PRINT (77468) or email hello@theprintshoponline.com.au for options and fast quotes.

Year Books: We have been entrusted to design and print so many School Year Books, our design team takes an extra deep breath in preparation for that time of the year! We understand just how important this publication is to your school… and the end results & repeat annual orders show just how seriously we take these projects.

Definitely a job that will need you to call us about so we can understand what you would like to achieve to allow us to prepare an accurate quote with or without design.

Call 1300 5 PRINT (77468) or email hello@theprintshoponline.com.au

And of course – if what you want is not listed here … you already know our number – so call today.

We are here and ready to help!

But that's not all the printing we offer, and we invite our new friends in Geraldton to give us a try, you won't be disappointed.

Check out the buzz below ..

About Geraldton 6530

Lat Long (-28.814840, 114.691711)
GPS Coordinates 28° 48′ 53.424” S 114° 41′ 30.1596” E

Geraldton (often informally abbreviated to Gero) is a coastal city in the Mid West region of the Australian state of Western Australia, 424 kilometres (263 mi) north of the state capital, Perth.

At June 2018, Geraldton had an urban population of 37,648. Geraldton is the seat of government for the City of Greater Geraldton, which also incorporates the town of Mullewa, Walkaway and large rural areas previously forming the shires of Greenough and Mullewa.

The Port of Geraldton is a major west coast seaport. Geraldton is an important service and logistics centre for regional mining, fishing, wheat, sheep and tourism industries.

Clear evidence has established indigenous people living on the west coast of Australia for at least 40,000 years, though at present it is unclear when the first indigenous people may have originally explored and lived in and around Geraldton.

The original local Aboriginal people of Geraldton are the Amangu people with the Nanda immediately to the north and Badimia immediately to the east. Today the Aboriginal people of the region generally identify as “Yamatji” or Wajarri people. Wajarri country is inland from Geraldton and extends as far south and west as Mullewa, north to Gascoyne Junction and east to Meekatharra. The Aboriginal people of the Murchison-Gascoyne region were instrumental in assisting early settlers in the area in identifying permanent water sources, and worked in the pearling, pastoral and fishing industries.

Yamatji art is a distinctive style of painting, using thousands of dots of ochre and other earth-based pigments to create patterns and images relevant to Yamatji/Wajarri culture.

The Western Australia Museum at the marina in Geraldton hosts a permanent exhibit on Yamatji/Wajarri culture and history of the region.

Many European mariners encountered, or were wrecked on, the Houtman Abrolhos islands 60 kilometres (37 mi) west of Geraldton during the 17th and 18th centuries. Although two mutineers from the Batavia were marooned on the mainland in 1629 there is no surviving evidence that they made landfall at or near the site of the current town.

The wreck of the Batavia, flagship of the Dutch East India Company (VOC) fleet on her maiden voyage, on Morning Reef of the Houtman Abrolhos on 4 June 1629, and the events surrounding the subsequent mutiny, rescue and punishment of her crew are of great historical significance to the region. A detailed account of the events is recorded in a 24 December 1897 Western Mail article “The Abrolhos Tragedy”, translated from the notes of Francois Pelsaert, the commander of the Batavia when she ran aground. The Western Australian Museum in Geraldton houses an exhibition of clay pipes, silver coins, cannons, the original Batavia stone portico and numerous other relics recovered from the wreck of the Batavia and other notable local historical shipwrecks such as the Zuytdorp, Zeewijk and Vergulde Draeck.

The explorer George Grey, while on his second disastrous expedition along the Western Australian coast, passed over the future site of Geraldton on 7 April 1839. George Fletcher Moore, the colony’s attorney-general, on the colonial schooner Champion, explored the region in January 1840 and discovered Champion Bay. He was followed by Captain John Clements Wickham and Lieutenant John Lort Stokes of HMS Beagle, who led an expedition to the area in April 1840, and named and surveyed Point Moore and Champion Bay.

A decade later, explorer Augustus Gregory travelled through the area. A member of his party, James Perry Walcott, discovered lead ore in 1848 in the bed of the Murchison River. The Geraldine mine was subsequently established, named after the County Clare family home of Charles FitzGerald, the 4th Governor of Western Australia. The town of Geraldton, named after Governor FitzGerald, was surveyed in 1850 and land sales began in 1851.

During World War II Geraldton was the location of No. 4 Service Flying Training School RAAF. This flying school was formed on 10 February 1941 and disbanded in May 1945.

Geraldton has a Mediterranean climate (Csa) with semi-arid (Bsk) influence. Geraldton is very sunny, receiving around 164 clear days annually. Summers are long lasting and very hot with mild nights. Winters are short but mild and wet with cool nights.

In the winter the temperature is mild with daily highs averaging around 20 °C (68 °F). Most of the yearly rainfall falls in this period.

In the summer months, Geraldton averages 32-33 °C (90-91 °F), with some days over 40 °C (104 °F). Daily afternoon sea breezes cool coastal areas and summer temperatures in coastal suburbs of Geraldton (Seacrest, Tarcoola, Geraldton CBD, Beresford, Sunset Beach, Bluff Point and Drummond Cove) are generally cooler than in inland suburbs, such as Strathalbyn, Utakarra, Woorree, Deepdale and Moonyoonooka.

In June 2018 the population of Geraldton was 37,648, a decline from the recent peak of 38,792 in 2014.

According to the 2016 census of Population, in urban Geraldton:

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The economic output generated within Greater Geraldton, the 12,626-square-kilometre (4,875 sq mi) local government area incorporating Geraldton, is estimated at $2.944 billion. Greater Geraldton represents 56.26% of the $5.233 billion in output generated in Mid West Region and 1.19% of the $247.705 billion in output generated in Western Australia.

The Port of Geraldton is a major west coast port with seven bulk handling berths and an average loading rate of seven tonnes per hour, ranking nationally (in tonnage for 2012/2013) 12th in exports (14,812,513); 23rd in imports (632,330); and 13th overall (15,444,843).

The major exports from the Geraldton port in 2012/2013 were (tonnage): iron ore (10,741,662); grain (2,618,507); mineral sands (849,933); copper concentrate (149,450); zinc concentrate (148,420); nickel concentrate (65,919); and livestock (2,758). Major imports were petroleum products (328,021). In 2012/2013 the Geraldton port serviced 328 bulk haulage vessels.

The Geraldton Visitor Centre is located at 246 Marine Terrace, formerly the original Railway Station. The historic building is an icon in Geraldton’s West End and was originally built in 1878. It was the first railway station constructed on a Government line in Western Australia. Now more than 140 years on, the building’s heritage has been preserved through careful restoration and many elements from the original building feature in the Visitor Centre.

The Point Moore Lighthouse, located south of the Geraldton Port is a cultural and historical attraction. It is the oldest surviving Commonwealth lighthouse in Western Australia and was also the first steel tower to be constructed on the mainland of Australia. The Point Moore lighthouse stands 35m tall and its 1000w Tungsten Halogen Lamp can be seen for 23 nautical miles. It began operation in 1878. The tower was prefabricated in Birmingham, England in 1876 and reached Australia by boat in 1877. However, the foundation for the lighthouse was laid at the wrong place by the local contractors and had to be reconstructed at the new site. Currently, it is a heritage-listed structure which is visited by photographers, travellers, couples, artists, etc.

In 2007, the Geraldton foreshore area, previously an abandoned railway marshalling yard, was redeveloped and today hosts a playground with water activities, public green spaces, public beaches, picnic areas, basketball court and shaded play areas. The project was completed in 2008.

Geraldton is a regular port of call for cruise ships with visits occurring approximately ten times per year. Volunteers, organised by the City of Greater Geraldton, greet visitors on arrival to provide information on activities and other assistance.

The memorial for the World War II cruiser HMAS Sydney is located on Gummer Avenue, at the summit of Mount Scott. The memorial recognises the loss of the light cruiser during a mutually destructive fight with the German auxiliary cruiser Kormoran off Shark Bay in November 1941, with none of the 645 crewmen aboard surviving. A temporary memorial, consisting of a large boulder, a flagpole, and a bronze plaque, was erected in 1998. A permanent memorial was dedicated on 18 November 2001, the day before the 60th anniversary. The HMAS Sydney memorial is made up of four major elements: 1. A stele, based on the ships prow; 2. A granite wall listing the ships company; 3. A bronze statue of a woman looking out to sea and waiting in vain for Sydney to return; and 4. A dome made up of 645 stainless steel seagulls. The 645 Stainless steel seagulls represent the souls of the lost sailors. In Folklore, birds such as seagulls are sometimes known as ‘soul birds’ because they are regarded as the souls of people who died at sea. (Armstrong, 1958) Sydney

In May 2009, the memorial was recognised by the Australian government as being of national significance.

Geraldton has a Mediterranean climate with dry, sunny conditions and warm sea temperatures throughout the summer. Mean sea temperatures in the summer months (measured at 10m) are consistently above 22C, often exceeding 24C. Surface sea temperatures in summer regularly exceed 26C.

The Geraldton foreshore area has pathways for walking, running, cycling, dog-walking, skateboarding and in-line skating. There are skate parks at Cape Burney, Maitland Park, Wonthella, Strathalbyn, Tarcoola Beach, Forrester and Drummond Cove.

Farmers markets occur on Saturday from 8 am to 12 noon in Maitland Park on Cathedral Avenue and on Sunday at the Old railway station on the corner of Chapman Road and Forrest Street.

4WD access is permitted on many beaches around Geraldton. Access points are usually labelled with information and cautions. Road rules apply and beaches are patrolled by local rangers. Non-compliance to road rules or entry into prohibited areas attracts significant penalties. Many beaches are impassable at times around high tide and during periods of ocean surges. At certain times of year, access may become impossible due to beach erosion.

During the spring, summer and early autumn months from September through April, Geraldton experiences consistent seabreezes. Windsurfing and kitesurfing locations include Back Beach, Separation Point (“Seppos”), Point Moore, Hell’s Gate, St. George and Sunset Beach. The region is a popular windsurfing location, attracting significant numbers of overseas visitors and product testing by manufacturers. In 2005, Geraldton was host to the Australian KiteSurfing Association (AKSA) Australian National Championships.

Surfing, and more recently Stand-Up Paddlesurfing, are also popular activities in and around Geraldton. Popular surf spots include Flat Rocks, Greenough, Back Beach, Sunset Beach and Glenfield. Stand-Up Paddlesurfing spots include Point Moore, Town Beach, The Foreshore, St. Georges Beach and Drummond Cove to the north.

In winter, local weather conditions shift to predominantly easterly (offshore) winds. Indian Ocean storms generate large swells that produce good conditions for surfing (though the fringe barrier reef protecting the Geraldton coastline blocks much of the swell, significantly reducing the size of the waves that reach the beaches). Large swells may create potentially dangerous rip currents as water flows through passages between the reef.

Saltwater fishing, boating and sailing are popular along Geraldton‘s coastline.

Local and visiting recreational fishermen and women target a wide variety of native sport fish from the beaches and wharves that includes Mulloway, Bream, Tailor, Whiting, Sharks and Cod; larger fish such as Dhufish, Mackerel, Tuna, Snapper, Sampsonfish, Coral Trout and larger sharks, amongst many others are found on Geraldton‘s offshore reefs, located from approximately 8 km to more than 80 km offshore. A recreational fishing licence is not required when fishing from the shore but a licence must be obtained from the Department of Fisheries to fish from a boat. Significant fines apply for non-compliance. Recreational fishing for local Western Rock Lobster is also permitted during the season from December-April (exact dates vary from year to year) however, a special licence is required. Size and daily bag limits apply to certain species of fish and to all lobster catches.

The city is home to the Geraldton Yacht Club, which marked its 100th anniversary in 2014.

Scuba diving and snorkelling are popular activities around Geraldton. There are several wreck diving sites off the coast, including the South Tomi, which was sunk in 2004. The South Tomi is a 58.7-metre long, 9.81-metre wide vessel that was built by Niigata Engineering and Shipping Co Ltd. in Niigata City, Japan. In March 2001, the Republic of Togo registered South Tomi. The same month, the ship was identified fishing illegally in Australian sub-Antarctic waters and pursued by Australian Fisheries officers for 14 days, covering 3,300 nautical miles (approximately 6,100 kilometres). The vessel was boarded by Australian defence forces 320 nautical miles (approximately 600 km) south of Cape Town in South Africa and inspected. The vessel was found to be carrying an illegal catch of protected Patagonian toothfish and the vessel and its catch were confiscated by Australian authorities. The vessel was escorted 8,500 km to Western Australia and arrived on 5 May in Fremantle. The catch was sold by the Australian government for $1.4 million. The City of Geraldton secured the vessel to be sunk as an artificial reef. The ship was towed from Fremantle to Geraldton and scuttled on 18 September 2004 2.9 nautical miles off the Geraldton coast. The site is registered with the WA Department of Fisheries as a wreck and is closed year round to fishing within the defined boundaries – commencing at 28°43.968’S 114°33.392’E, then east to 114°33.206’E, then north to 28°43.752’S, then east to 114°33.392’E, then south to the commencement point. Water depth at the site is approximately 24.5 metres and the deck is 13 metres from the surface. The wreck of the South Tomi is one of WA’s Top 10 Dive Wrecks and provides an easily accessible diving alternative to the nearby Houtman Abrolhos.

Geraldton has a number of resident sporting teams, including Australian Rules Football, Basketball, Netball, Soccer and Roller Derby League.

Geraldton is home to the Mid West Academy of Sport, a non-profit community organisation providing support to sporting talent (athletes, coaches, officials and administrators) throughout the Mid West Region of Western Australia.

Geraldton is home to a horse racing industry and since 1887 has hosted the annual Geraldton Gold Cup meeting.

The Geraldton Sunshine Festival, established in 1958, is one of Australia’s longest-running festivals. The festival takes place annually in October, celebrating the arrival of Spring and providing opportunities for residents and visitors to engage with local businesses and other organisations.

The Goodness Sustainability and Innovation Festival is held each August in and around Geraldton and showcases and celebrates innovation and achievement towards sustainability in the Mid West.

The Big Sky Readers and Writers Festival – The festival has been hosted by the City of Geraldton and run by The Geraldton Library staff. Australian and International authors come together to share their knowledge and experiences in many ways, from intimate dinners to large scale debates.

The main beaches in Geraldton are Tarcoola Beach, Back Beach, Separation Point, Point Moore, Pages Beach, Town Beach, Champion Bay, St Georges, Sunset Beach and Bluff Point.

The St Francis Xavier Cathedral was designed by World renowned Arts & Crafts architect and Catholic priest Monsignor John Hawes (1876-1956). Construction began in 1916 and was completed in 1938. The cathedral’s architecture is unique and considered one of the finest Cathedrals of the world built in the 20th Century.

The Anglican cathedral of Geraldton was built during the 1960s.

Queens Park Theatre is the largest entertainment and conference venue in Geraldton with a 673-seat auditorium (including box and circle seating), two large foyers with bars, a reception room, and a 500-seat outdoor amphitheatre. The theatre hosts professional events and performances from around the world.

Theatre 8 is an amateur theatre that presents various local talents

The Orana Cinemas in the historical West End is Geraldton’s only cineplex with 3D available on selected movies. During the summer months a movie is sometimes shown at the side of Dome on Foreshore Drive by Sun City Cinema.

The main pubs near the Geraldton CBD are the Freemason’s Hotel on Marine Terrace, The Camel Bar (next to the Post Office), The Vibe and the Geraldton Beach Hotel.

Geraldton Airport provides multiple daily flights to and from Perth, operated by QantasLink. General aviation services include charter flights to the Abrolhos Islands, to WA minesites and to various tourist destinations. The main passenger terminal is equipped with a licensed cafe, a private lounge for hire and a free public Wi-Fi hotspot. Flight training schools, aircraft maintenance facilities and a local aero club are based here. Construction is underway (2014) on an Airport Technology Park.

The Greater Geraldton Regional Library is open seven days a week and provides free access to the Internet via a public WiFi hotspot. Other free public WiFi hotspots are available along the Geraldton Foreshore from the marina to the Esplanade.Free public WiFi hotspot locations in Geraldton.

The Geraldton Batavia Coast Marina consists of three jetties, 47 commercial and recreation boat pens, 42 floating pens, boat ramps, toilets, carpark, fishing platform and a boardwalk.

Geraldton Volunteer Marine Rescue (active on weekends and public holidays) monitor marine radio frequency 27.88 MHz and VHF Channel 16. Local groups also monitor other frequencies such as 27.90 MHz, 27.91 MHz and VHF channels 72 and 73, as well as their own channels.

The Geraldton Regional Art Gallery opened in 1984 and was one of the first “A Class” regional galleries in Australia.

The Aquarena is a public swimming facility managed by the City of Greater Geraldton. It has 50-metre and 25-metre pools, a leisure pool, a water slide and hydrotherapy facilities, with water polo and swimming squads and group fitness sessions.

The Queen Elizabeth II Centre (QE2) is home to a variety of community and seniors’ groups, and offers facilities for public hire, including two large halls with equipped kitchens. The QEII Centre is available for local and visiting seniors, group meetings and also provides an internet hub for seniors.

Geraldton is host to one of the 121 “points of interconnection” for the Australian National Broadband Network (NBN), providing service to the largest geographic region in Australia. Geraldton was the first regional community in Western Australia where the NBN Fibre to the Premises (FttP) network was deployed in July 2013. NBNCo provides a fixed wireless broadband service for some parts of the region and in 2013/2014 introduced high speed optic fibre broadband services to areas of Geraldton in and near the city centre.

All occupiable premises in Geraldton’s urbanised areas between Tarcoola Beach in the south and Drummond Cove in the north are outfitted with nbn Fibre to the Premise services, with construction completed in mid 2017. (Excluding Mandurah) Geraldton is currently (2017) the only regional town in Western Australia with nbn Fibre to the Premise services.

A number of Internet Service Providers offer services to Geraldton that include (where available) Fibre to the Premise (FttP) via NBNCo, private fibre networks (Seacrest Estate), as well as via public spectrum (5.8 GHz Class License) wireless links. Upon completion of the nbn rollout, nearly all copper-based services (ADSL, Frame Relay, Standard Analogue Telephone lines, etc.) were decommissioned and are no longer available.

In 2012, the City of Greater Geraldton was one of 33 cities worldwide selected to receive a Smarter Cities® Challenge grant from IBM. The stated aim of the project is to “identify smart digital services and opportunities that leverage the increasing availability of broadband and to develop smart energy strategies that will enable the community’s vision of becoming a carbon-neutral region by 2029”.

The region is serviced by the major mobile phone companies with 3G networks provided by Telstra, Optus and Vodafone, and 4G and 4Gx (700 MHz) by Telstra.

Geraldton has two hospitals: Geraldton Regional Hospital (GRH) (public) and St John of God Hospital (SJOGH) (private). Geraldton Regional Hospital is the only facility in Geraldton with a 24-hour Emergency Room.

Geraldton Regional Hospital is a 55-bed hospital comprising accident and emergency, medical, surgical, paediatrics, maternity, intensive nursing, chemotherapy unit, day surgery and a renal dialysis unit.

Allied health services (speech pathology, psychology, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, pharmacy and audiology) are also available at the hospital.

St John of God Hospital is a 60-bed hospital with medical, surgical, acute care, maternity and palliative care. There is also an adjoining specialist centre where residential specialists are based. This included three general surgeons, radiologists, an orthopaedic surgeon, two obstetrician/gynaecologists, an ophthalmologist, GPs and anaesthetists. Visiting specialists consulting rooms are also based here. Geraldton has visiting specialists covering a wide range of medical specialities. Most visit Geraldton monthly.

There are 42 private general practitioners resident in Geraldton, including four general practitioners employed by the Geraldton Regional Aboriginal Medical Service (GRAMS). Most of the GPs and resident specialists in Geraldton are involved in teaching Rural Clinical School medical students.

Community services include the Aboriginal Medical Service, the Community Drug Service Team, the Community Health and Development Centre, and the Community Mental Health Team.

Private diagnostic facilities include Geraldton Radiology at SJOGH, the PathWest at GRH and SJOG Pathology at SJOGH.

The Geraldton Universities Centre is an independent, not-for-profit, incorporated body, supporting university courses in Geraldton on behalf of a range of universities including CQUniversity, Charles Sturt University and the University of Southern Queensland. The centre is an Australian first with university places allocated specifically for Geraldton, allowing students to study locally while living and working in the Mid West. The majority of graduates now work in regional Western Australia. The student body has grown from 20 student places in 2001 to more than 200 enrolled students in 2015, undertaking a range of bridging and full degree programs.

Central Regional TAFE (formerly, Durack Institute of Technology) is a college of TAFE providing education, training programs and services to the community including school leavers, mature age students, industry/corporate groups, international students, employers and those who study for their own personal and professional development.

The Batavia Coast Maritime Institute (BCMI), a subsidiary of Central Regional TAFE, is a training, research and development facility located at Separation Point in Geraldton. BCMI offers coursework in Aquaculture, Aquaponics, Conservation & Land Management, Coxswain, Master Class V, Horticulture, Environmental Science, Marine Engine Driving Grade 1&2, Laboratory Sciences, Sustainability, Marine VHF Radio, Recreational Skippers Ticket and Restricted Coxswains.

The Houtman Abrolhos islands are 60 kilometres (37 mi) west of Geraldton.

The Murchison Radio-astronomy Observatory Support Facility in Geraldton, operated by CSIRO, provides support services for the Square Kilometre Array project located at the Murchison Radio-astronomy Observatory, 315 km northeast of Geraldton.

The Australian Defence Satellite Communications Station (ADSCS) is located at Kojarena, 30 km east of Geraldton.

Geraldton has a public bus service run by TransGeraldton and is connected to Perth with coach services provided by Transwa. QantasLink and Virgin Australia provide services from Geraldton Airport; the airport is also used for general aviation.

Radio services available in Geraldton:

Television services available include:

The programming schedule is mainly the same as the Seven, Nine and Ten stations in Perth, with variations for news bulletins, sport telecasts such as the Australian Football League and National Rugby League, children’s and lifestyle programs and advertorials. GWN7 produces a 30-minute regional news program each weeknight (originating from Bunbury) with a newsroom based in Geraldton, covering the local area.

The Geraldton Guardian was established in 1878 as the Victorian Express and is the state’s second oldest extant newspaper in continuous circulation (after The West Australian). It is published on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Yamaji News, published since 1995 by the Yamaji Languages Aboriginal Corporation, is a fortnightly Geraldton newspaper presenting issues and stories affecting indigenous people in the Gascoyne and Murchison districts.

The Midwest Times is published on Thursday and is issued free to residents and businesses in the Geraldton and the Mid West.

“Everything Geraldton” is an online news and social media site with a focus on local news, events, community issues and community engagement.

Beresford, Western Australia

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Beresford is a northern coastal suburb of Geraldton, Western Australia. Its local government area is the City of Greater Geraldton.

The suburb was gazetted in 1972.

Beresford is located between Geraldton’s central business district and Bluff Point, and is bounded by Phelps Street to the south, Reilly and Wittenoom Streets to the southeast, North West Coastal Highway to the east, the Indian Ocean to the west and Davis Street to the north.

In the 2006 census, Beresford had a population of 1,234.

Beresford residents had a median age of 38, and median incomes were slightly above average for the Geraldton region — $491 per week compared to $461 per week. The population of Beresford was predominantly Australian-born – 79.6% as at the 2001 census – while 4.30% were born in the United Kingdom. 5.97% reported one or more parents of Italian birth.

The most popular religious affiliations in descending order in the 2001 census were Roman Catholic, no religion, Anglican and Uniting.

Beresford’s southern section contains the Geraldton Entertainment Centre and a private school, Geraldton Grammar School.

Bluff Point, Western Australia

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Bluff Point is a northern coastal suburb of Geraldton, Western Australia. Its local government area is the City of Greater Geraldton.

The suburb was gazetted in 1972.

Bluff Point is located 5 kilometres (3 mi) north of Geraldton’s central business district on the south bank of the Chapman River, between the North West Coastal Highway and the Indian Ocean.

In the 2006 census, Bluff Point had a population of 1,319.

Bluff Point residents had a median age of 46, well above the Geraldton median of 35, and 25.4% of residents were aged 65 or over. The median individual income was above average for the region — $523 per week compared with $461 per week. The population of Bluff Point was predominantly Australian-born – 80.7% as at the 2006 census – while 5.61% were born in the United Kingdom. 3.78% reported one or more parents of Italian birth. In the 2006 census, 2.81% of residents identified as Indigenous Australians.

The most common religious affiliations in descending order in the 2001 census were Roman Catholic, Anglican, no religion and Uniting.

Bluff Point contains a recreation ground, community shopping centre, [primary school], a CWA and several retirement homes. Geraldton Camp School and St Lawrence’s School are located within the suburb.

Mahomets Flats, Western Australia

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Mahomets Flats is an inner southern coastal suburb of Geraldton, Western Australia in the local government area of the City of Greater Geraldton.

The suburb was gazetted in 1972.

Mahomets Flats is located 2 kilometres (1.2 mi) south of Geraldton’s central business district, and is accessed via Brand Highway. It is bounded on the southwest by the Indian Ocean, on the north by the freight railway, on the east by Keane Drive and Brand Highway, and on the south by Olive Street.

In the 2006 census, Mahomets Flats had a population of 863.

Mahomets Flats residents had a median age of 33 — below the regional average of 35 — and median incomes were average for the region — $541 per week compared with $461 per week. The population of Mahomets Flats was predominantly Australian-born — 80.4% as at the 2006 census — while 3.36% were born in the United Kingdom. 6.91% reported one or more parents of Italian birth.

Mount Tarcoola, Western Australia

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Mount Tarcoola is a southern suburb of Geraldton, Western Australia. Its local government area is the City of Greater Geraldton.

The northern part of the suburb was gazetted in 1972 by the Town of Geraldton, and the southern part was gazetted in 1979 by the Shire of Greenough.

Mount Tarcoola is 3.5 kilometres (2.2 mi) southeast of Geraldton’s central business district. It is bounded on the north by North West Coastal Highway, on the west by Brand Highway, and on the south by Barrett Drive.

In the 2006 census, Mount Tarcoola had a population of 3,566, representing a growth of 557 people (18.5%) since the 2001 census.

Mount Tarcoola residents had a median age of 34, and the median individual income was $570 per week, compared with $461 per week for the Geraldton region as a whole. The population of Mount Tarcoola was predominantly Australian-born – 82.2% as at the 2006 census – while 5.02% were born in the United Kingdom. A small Cocos Malay population was identified in the suburb, with 2.9% practising Islam and 2.2% speaking Malay at home.

Rangeway, Western Australia

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Rangeway is an inner eastern suburb of Geraldton, Western Australia. Its local government area is the City of Greater Geraldton.

The suburb was gazetted in 1972.

Rangeway is located 3 kilometres (2 mi) southeast of Geraldton’s central business district. It is bounded on the west by the North West Coastal Highway and Scott Road, on the north by Eastward Road, and on the east by Blencowe Road and Assent Street.

In the 2006 census, Rangeway had a population of 2,303.

Rangeway residents had a median age of 28, and the median individual income was well below average for the Geraldton region — $328 per week compared with $461 per week. The population of Rangeway was predominantly Australian-born – 76.1% as at the 2006 census – while 3.82% were born in the United Kingdom. In the 2006 census, 21.6% of residents identified as Indigenous Australians.

The most popular religious affiliations in descending order in the 2006 census were no religion, Roman Catholic, Anglican, and Uniting. 36.9% of Rangeway residents lived in Department of Housing accommodation.

Spalding, Western Australia

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Spalding is a northeastern suburb of Geraldton, Western Australia. Its local government area is the City of Greater Geraldton.

The suburb was gazetted in 1979.

Spalding is located 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) northeast of Geraldton’s central business district and is bounded by North West Coastal Highway to the west, Bedford and Koojarra Streets to the south and the extent of the Chapman River Regional Park to the north and east. The Chapman River flows through the suburb.

In the 2006 census, Spalding had a population of 2,484.

Eadon Clarke Sports Centre and the Spalding Park Golf Course are within the suburb.

Strathalbyn, Western Australia

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Strathalbyn is a northeastern suburb of Geraldton, Western Australia. Its local government area is the City of Greater Geraldton.

The suburb was gazetted in 1985.

Strathalbyn is located 5.3 kilometres (3.3 mi) northeast of Geraldton’s central business district on the south bank of the Chapman River, and is bounded by Place Road to the south, Fallowfield Street to the west and Koojarra Street to the north.

In the 2006 census, Strathalbyn had a population of 1,335, a growth of 228 from the 2001 census.

Strathalbyn residents had a median age of 33, and median incomes were above-average for the Geraldton region — $554 per week compared with $461 per week. The population of Strathalbyn was predominantly Australian-born – 81.8% as at the 2001 census – while 3.5% were born in the United Kingdom. 4.27% reported one or more parents of Italian birth.

The most popular religious affiliations in descending order in the 2006 census were Roman Catholic, no religion, Anglican and Uniting.

Strathalbyn contains a recreation reserve, Muir Park, as well as a private school, Strathalbyn Christian College.

Sunset Beach, Western Australia

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Sunset Beach is an outer northern coastal suburb of Geraldton, Western Australia. Its local government area is the City of Greater Geraldton.

The suburb was gazetted in 1977.

Sunset Beach is bounded by the Chapman River to the south, Chapman Road to the east and the Indian Ocean to the west.

In the 2006 census, Sunset Beach had a population of 1,043.

Sunset Beach residents had a median age of 37, and median incomes were average for the Geraldton region — $473 per week compared with $461 per week. The population of Sunset Beach was predominantly Australian-born – 78.1% as at the 2006 census – and 4.5% of residents identified as Indigenous Australians. 5.18% were born in the United Kingdom.

The most popular religious affiliations in descending order in the 2006 census were Anglican, Roman Catholic, no religion and Uniting.

Tarcoola Beach, Western Australia

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Tarcoola Beach is a southern coastal suburb of Geraldton, Western Australia. Its local government area is the City of Greater Geraldton.

The suburb was gazetted in 1985-1986.

Tarcoola Beach is a narrow strip about 3.2 kilometres (2.0 mi) in length, and is located between Brand Highway and the Indian Ocean at the southern entrance to Geraldton.

In the 2006 census, Tarcoola Beach had a population of 1,422.

Tarcoola Beach residents had a median age of 37, and the median individual income were above-average for the region — $656 per week compared with $461 per week. The population of Tarcoola Beach was predominantly Australian-born – 78.9% as at the 2006 census – while 6.39% were born in the United Kingdom. 6.57% reported one or more parents of Italian birth, while small numbers of Filipinos were also present.

The most popular religious affiliations in descending order in the 2001 census were Roman Catholic, Anglican, no religion and Uniting.

Tarcoola Beach contains a number of accommodation options, including a caravan park and several motels and B&Bs. The suburb contains no schools or shopping facilities, relying in both cases on neighbouring Mount Tarcoola.

Utakarra, Western Australia

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Utakarra is an eastern suburb of Geraldton, Western Australia. Its local government area is the City of Greater Geraldton. Prior to 1 July 2007, it was the seat of government of the Shire of Greenough.

The suburb was gazetted in 1972.

In the 2006 census, Utakarra had a population of 971.

Utakarra Racecourse

The Geraldton Turf Club, established 1861, operates the Utakarra Racecourse on Eastward Rd.

San Sprito Chapel

The San Spirito Chapel was built in 1936. It was designed and decorated by Monsignor John Hawes. The chapel is located in the Utakarra cemetery.

Wandina, Western Australia

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Wandina is an outer southern suburb of Geraldton, Western Australia. Its local government area is the City of Greater Geraldton.

The suburb was gazetted in 1985.

Wandina is located at the southern extremity of Geraldton’s metropolitan area, and extends south-southeast from Mount Tarcoola along the eastern side of Brand Highway.

In the 2006 census, Wandina had a population of 1,352, up from 898 (33.58%) at the 2001 census.

Wandina residents had a median age of 32, and median incomes were above-average for the region — $651 per week compared with $461 per week. Key occupations of Wandina residents (2001) were retail (17%), property and business services, education, personal services and construction. The population of Wandina was predominantly Australian-born – 82.9% as at the 2001 census – while 4.70% were born in the United Kingdom. 6.37% reported one or more parents of Italian birth.

Webberton, Western Australia

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Webberton is an industrial suburb northeast of Geraldton, Western Australia. Its local government area is the City of Greater Geraldton.

The suburb was gazetted in 1972.

Webberton is located 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) northeast of Geraldton’s central business district, inland from Beresford. It is bounded by North West Coastal Highway to the west, Place Road to the south, Fallowfield Street to the east and Bedford and Koojarra Streets to the north.

West End, Western Australia

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West End is a western suburb of Geraldton, Western Australia. Its local government area is the City of Greater Geraldton.

The suburb was gazetted in 1972.

West End is located on a peninsula extending to the west of Geraldton’s central business district. While the suburb is mostly industrial and contains much of the Port of Geraldton’s infrastructure, West End also hosts a small residential area, as well as a nature park on the coast around the peninsula.

In the 2006 census, West End had a population of 312, with a median age of 55 – some 20 years above the regional average. Nearly half of West End residents live in caravans or other non-permanent accommodation.

Wonthella, Western Australia

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Wonthella is an inner northern suburb of Geraldton, Western Australia. Its local government area is the City of Greater Geraldton.

The suburb was gazetted in 1972.

In the 2011 census, Wonthella had a population of 1,714.

Woorree, Western Australia

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Woorree is an eastern suburb of Geraldton, Western Australia. Its local government area is the City of Greater Geraldton.

The suburb was gazetted in 1981.

Woorree is located 7 kilometres (4 mi) east-northeast of Geraldton’s central business district along the south bank of the Chapman River. It is bounded by Place Road to the north, Polo Road to the east and Geraldton-Mount Magnet Road to the south.

In the 2006 census, Woorree had a population of 1,058, up from 612 (42.15%) at the 2001 census.

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