Western Australian Museum – Geraldton: physical access information This page describes the accessible facilities available at the Western Australian Museum – Geraldton. Address Western Australian Museum – Geraldton, 1 Museum Place, Geraldton 6530 ACROD parking Two (2) ACROD bays near entrance of museum. Flat street level paving. Free parking. Drop off area Near front entrance of museum or along Foreshore Drive adjacent to museum. Kerb at edge of pavement. Free parking. Entry to Museum Accessible paths from parking/drop off lead to museum entry. Automatic front door at entry, then manual opening glass doors into reception. No steps. Reception Main reception is located immediately after the glass doors. Only entry and exit to building. Trained Guide or Assistance Dogs Visitors accompanied by a Trained Guide or Assistance Dog or a dog undergoing such training are welcome in this site. Access within Museum Full access to all areas within the museum. For administration area access, there is a lift suitable for people with disability. Curved ramp for access to Shipwreck Gallery. Equipment available One (1) Manual wheelchair available for use. Toilets Toilet facilities located adjacent to reception. One (1) unisex / wheelchair accessible, Two (2) female and two (2) male toilets available. Sick bay /mothers room available also. Hearing loops No hearing loops available. Captioning Not available. Audio guides Not available. Touch trolleys Not available. Contact Phone (08) 9921 5080 for enquiries or bookings. ‹ Western Australian Museum – Albany: physical access information Western Australian Museum – Kalgoorlie-Boulder: physical access information › View the discussion thread.