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Greenough

General:
Greenough depicts a pioneer atmosphere in its excellent examples of original heritage buildings, housing art, crafts, eateries and unique attractions. A heritage trail will take you past many National Trust Properties as well as many privately owned ones.
Attractions:
Central Greenough Historic Settlement
The buildings of Central Greenough Historic Settlement were constructed between 1863 and 1913 and 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 settlement is through the former Greenough store (Wainwrights) then on through the modern café and information centre. Stroll through the settlement at your leisure using the brochure as a guide. Take an hour or take a day; the buildings are open for you to explore and enjoy. Open 7 days, 9am to 5pm, entry fees apply.
Greenough Museum & Gardens
The Greenough Museum and Gardens is a carefully restored two storey homestead set in beautiful, shady gardens. The homestead was built between 1862 and 1880 for John Maley, miller, storekeeper, hotel proprietor, entrepreneur and father of 14 children. The atmosphere of their era is recreated in 11 rooms of the homestead.
Take a step back in time to learn about the social life on the Greenough flats and take a guided tour of the amazing community gardens.
History, culture and a fresh produce stand here as a reminder of the past and a glimpse into the future, come along and visit.
Open daily 9.30am to 3.30pm. Entry fee applies.
Greenough River
Nature Trail
Soak up the wonders of nature, be amazed at the grace of water birds or get up close and examine the intracacies of wildflowers as nature puts on one of its most dazzling shows.
The trail traverses the banks of the Greenough River.
Wind & Solar Farms
The Renewable Energy Hub offers sweeping views of the surrounding farming lands dotted with wind turbines from the Walkaway and Mumbida Wind Farms. Interpretive signage of the wind farms along with the Greenough Solar Farm are located at the energy hub as well as a 48.7m display wind turbine blade, parking and toilet facilities.
Ellendale Pool
This natural fresh water pool laps at the foot of impressive sandstone cliffs and is a great spot for bird watching and photography. Camping, toilets and BBQ facilities available.
Greenough River
Good fishing for black bream, tarwhine, tailor and mulloway.
Flat Rocks
Flat Rocks is a state championship surfing site and one of the premium fishing spots on the West Coast.
Leaning Tree
Buffeted by prevailing southerly winds, the leaning trees of Greenough (Eucalyptus Camaldulensis or Red River gum) have become a popular icon for travellers. Though the tree is found throughout southern Australia along watercourses and on flood plains, it is only on the windswept Greenough Flats that the tree develops its distinctive leaning shape. A purpose built parking area located 21km south of Geraldton on the Brand Highway is provided for the travellers to view and take photographs.
Walkaway Railway Museum
Features an extensive collection of railway artefacts, military relics and local history. Situated 7kms off Brand Highway.