Welcome

Tourism Geraldton Midwest (TGMW) is a member-based organisation whose purpose is to provide value to our Members by raising the profile of tourism in our region and helping our members achieve long term success.

TGMW’s core purpose is promoting tourism in the region, influencing the development of new and renewed attractions and assisting members in thriving.

TGMW’s key stakeholders include local tourism operators and businesses, Government and the broader community.

TGMW delivers value by providing a forum to educate members and identify common issues, advocacy on behalf of members and helping shape future tourism in the region by contributing and supporting the development of attractions and infrastructure.


We’re always welcoming new members, if you’d like to join please follow the link to the member application form here.

About the MidWest

The Midwest region covers nearly one-fifth of Western Australia spanning around 478,000 square kilometres and is defined by three subregions, namely the Batavia Coast, Murchison and North Midlands.

The Midwest’s sprawling landmass offers some diverse and breathtaking treasures, for visitors and locals alike; long stretches of white shores, turquoise beaches, scenic sand plains, wildflowers and an expansive outback.

Recent upgrades to the Geraldton Foreshore, Kalbarri National Park, the Wildflower Way and Dongara-Port Denison are all contributing to provide a varied and rich visitor experience in the Midwest. 

Whether you can re-trace your family connection to the Midwest back through the generations, or if you’re new to the region, we encourage you to take a fresh look at the Midwest and uncover some unique and memorable experiences.

The Board

The Tourism Geraldton Midwest board comprises volunteers whose experience and skills are as diverse as the region they passionately represent.

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Contact Us

We’re keen to hear feedback and ideas from tourism operators and businesses in the Midwest region. Please fill out the form below and we’ll be in touch with your soon.