Central Greenough Historic Settlement is a historic village that has been beautifully preserved and captures the essence of life in the 1800s.
Enter through our award winning Cafe and Visitor Centre. Collect a visitor's guide on arrival and walk through the village, learning about the significance of each building along the way.
There are eleven delightful buildings for you to look through, each of which is filled with antique furniture and artefacts. Look through the first school in Greenough, imagine what it would have been like for prisoners on trial at the courthouse and visualise the community attending church on Sunday at one of three churches in the Hamlet.
Once you have completed the walk, return to the old store which has been converted into tearooms and enjoy the ambience of this historic town with a cup of tea and cake. Stop in at the historic café, The Hampton Arms Inn, for a coffee or bite to eat (closed Mondays).
Greenough is a four and a half hour drive north of Perth, and is unlike any other historic town in Australia due to its exceptional preservation.
Monday to Saturday 9am - 4pm
Saturday - Sunday 8am - 4pm
Closed on public holidays, Christmas Day, Good Friday
Railway buffs will enjoy the Walkaway Station Museum, complete with refurbished locomotive and carriage.
All are open daily; entry fee applies.