Greenough

Greenough is a charming country village renowned for its pioneering history, restored heritage buildings, unique leaning trees and the beautiful Greenough River.

Just 20 minutes south of Geraldton, Greenough offers a range of opportunities to get closer to nature such as bird watching, walking, fishing and surfing.

Greenough attractions

  • Enjoy an afternoon picnic on the banks of Ellendale Pool
  • Photograph WA’s amazing leaning trees near Greenough
  • Visit the Greenough Pioneer Museum which offers an insight into a bygone era with original furnishings, handmade lace work, musical instruments and other antique items
  • Walk or cycle the Greenough River Nature Trail or join the local rowing club for a row upstream
  • Stroll through the Central Greenough Historic Settlement
  • Grab your rod and head to the river or nearby beach to catch bream, tailor and mulloway
  • Greenough River Mouth offers a great beach break for surfing throughout the year

Central Greenough Historic Settlement

Step back in time by strolling through 11 beautifully restored stone character buildings, remnants of a once thriving community of 19th century pioneers. The National Trust treasure is surrounded by farm land and includes a cafe and visitor information centre. The Central Greenough Historic Settlement is open daily from 9am to 5pm (public holidays from 10.00am to 4.00pm, closed Christmas day). Self guided tour booklets are available.

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