Just off the Brand Highway the Greenough Museum is located in a beautifully restored two-storey homestead built between 1862 and 1880 for John Maley. Maley was a miller, storekeeper, hotel proprietor, entrepreneur and father of 14 children. He was known locally as the King of the Flats and his wife, Elizabeth was the daughter of the first German migrants to Western Australia.
The museum examines the social life of the 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.