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Last week we went to Green-bushes for an old car run, a very cold day, these lovely people opened up just for us (35 people and 15 cars), what a treat this is for the town, it was so entertaining, rooms full of very interesting...More
A perfect day to visit when it’s raining...
Such a great learning journey...
We learnt so much about green bushes and surrounding areas.
Greenbushes is definitely an interesting town..
A real historic place. Well worth a visit to appreciate the history..
The first time we arrived here unplanned was a public holiday, so it was closed. Undettered, we returned the following day, after hearing great reports. This proved a wise decision indeed. About the first to arrive along with our friends, the entry fee of $5...More
Worth every bit of the $5 entry fee. Hit pot luck turning up on a Wednesday - open 3 days per week. Interactiveness of the presentations are stunning - lots of video and surprises on Mining - timber - farming and more on display. Worth...More
The outside of the Greenbushes Discovery Centre doesn't give any indication of what special effects await your visit. The Greenbushes region is well displayed with exhibits covering mining, milling, timber, agriculture, nature and community. This is done with some brilliant innovative multi media which will...More
thiscentreprovides extensive information on the Mining and forestry industries in the area. It also identifies wildlife and trees in the area.This town produces 80% of the world's lithium and some other materials for computers. The simulated mining experience is great for all ages.
Greenbushes. small main highway. It's easy to miss, but every traveller should take the time to call in. And what better way to find out about this fascinating area than to visit the Greenbushes Discovery Centre. From comprehensive and up to date information to a...More
The Discovery Centre is well worth a visit if open. Full of information on local mining and the timber industry. Allow about one hour to have a good look around. This is an interactive display which adults and kids will love
The discovery centre is a hands on and interactive visit. We spent two hours of exciting informative education discovering the history and growth of the mining and timber industry. We were intrigued and could also identify some of the identities of the area. This is...More