Greenough is located on the coast just 4 hours drive north of Perth. It is still a very successful sheep and wheat district with a population of almost 12,000 people.
Greenough is located on the coast just 4 hours drive north of Perth. It is still a very successful sheep and wheat district with a population of almost 12,000 people. This rustic town is rich in culture, history, and picturesque ruins. Greenough was one of the first settlements in Western Australia. The Greenough Pioneers village is home to 11 stone buildings that serve as reminders of the once thriving pioneer community that used to occupy the land. Strolling through the village is to take a step back into yesteryear and explore the historical significance of those who occupied the town. more
The museum is housed in the restored Railway Station Building. It has an excellent display of regional transport, natural resources, weapons and military relics. more
A noticeable feature whilst entering Greenough are the leaning trees. more
The Hamlet is a collection of Historical buildings and is described as a "Village Frozen in Time" more
Come and visit the Kangaroos, birds, crocodile, deer and many other animals that inhabit the Greenough Wildlife & Bird Park. more
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