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Greenough

Greenough is a historical town located 24 kilometres south of Geraldton on the Brand Highway.

Central Greenough Historic Settlement

The buildings of Central Greenough constructed between 1863 and 1913, are now conserved by the National Trust of Australia (WA). They provide a rare insight into the early settlement of agricultural lands.

Entry to the historic settlement is through the former Greenough store (Wainwrights), then on through to the modern Cafe & Visitor Centre. Stroll through the settlement at your leisure using the brochure as your guide. Take an hour or take a day the buildings are open for you to explore and enjoy.

Open every day from 9am to 4pm

November, December and February and Public Holiday's open 10am to 4pm

Plenty of parking for all types of vehicles.

Location: Cnr Brand Hwy and McCartney Road, Greenough

Telephone: (08) 9926 1084

Greenough Museum and Gardens

Located in a beautifully restored two storey house alongside Maley's Mill 19km south of Geraldton just off the Brand Highway the Greenough Museum offers an insight into a bygone era. The homestead was built between 1862 and 1880 for John Maley, miller, storekeeper, hotel proprietor, entrepreneur and father of 14 children. Maley was known locally as the King of the Flats. His wife, Elizabeth was the daughter of the first German migrants to Western Australia.

For 45 years, this was a traditionally static local history museum. Now the place is being transformed to become a true community Eco museum. The museum currently examines the social life of the Front Greenough Flats from Aboriginal time until today. View the historic trees and wander the community vegetable garden, you will be pleasantly surprised. Greenough Museum fact sheets are available in English, German, Dutch, French, Italian, Chinese and Korean.

The Museum welcome self-drive travellers and small and large group tours who are free to enjoy the garden seating for self-provided meals. Guided group tours are available on request.

Open every day 9.00am to 3.30pm except Good Friday and Christmas Day.

Entry fees apply.

Location: 11 Phillips Road, Greenough

Telephone:  (08) 9926 1890

Greenough Wildlife & Bird Park

Greenough Wildlife & Bird Park is situated 20km south of Geraldton on Company Road Greenough.

It is a privately owned park that has been rescuing and rehabilitating Australian wildlife or 30 years. Animals at the park include kangaroos, emus, crocodile, dingos and an array of birdlife.

The park has BBQ facilities and staff are happy to host social functions, including children’s birthday parties.

Open very day (except Wednesdays) from 10am-5pm.

Location: 449 Company Road, Greenough WA 6532

Telephone: (08) 9926 1171

Daisy Downs Garden 

Daisy Downs Garden is located in historic Greenough where Robyn and Alby Bowtell welcome you to their beautifully presented sprawling cottage garden. The garden is a 20 year old labour of love and is based around an ancient river gum, the seed of which was deposited during one of the many famous Greenough River floods of earlier times.

Entry is $10 per person and guests can help themselves to refreshments, tea and coffee.

Please contact Robyn to make a time for your visit.

Phone:  (08) 99261225 Int: +618 99261225

Email:  robynandalby@bordernet.com.au

The Hampton Arms Inn

Opened in 1863 The Hampton Arms Inn is an historic hotel run by Judy and Brian Turnock, it is a rustic pub and restaurant with an extensive Bookshop.

Location: 338 Company Road, Greenough WA 6532

Telephone: (08) 99261057

Bentwood Olive Grove Accommodation

Bentwood Olive Grove is a uniquely beautiful setting offering cottage style accommodation and a picturesque outdoor venue. Accommodation ranges from a 1 bedroom option at The Homestead for 2-3 people with continental breakfast, to 2 bedroom options in The Cottage or The Main House for 5-6 people self-catered. The hosts also offer a two course dinner at The Homestead (to be booked 24hrs ahead, fees apply).

The Leaning Trees

Buffeted by prevailing southerly winds, the leaning trees of Greenough (Eucalyptus Camaldulensis or Red River gum) have become a popular icon for travellers. The River Gum is found throughout southern Australia growing along watercourses and on flood plains. It is only on the windswept Greenough Flats that the tree develops its distinctive leaning shape.

You can view and photograph the unusually structured trees from the Brand Highway on the Greenough Flats. A purpose built parking area located 21km south of Geraldton is provided for the travellers to take photographs.

Location: Brand Highway, Greenough WA 6532