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Central Greenough provides an example of colonial expansion in the mid nineteenth century. Located approximately 25 km south of Geraldton and 380 km north of Perth, the Greenough Flats form the flood plain of the river system close to the mouth of...more
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Brand Hwy | Near Geraldton, Greenough, Western Australia 6532, Australia
Greenough is located approximately 25km south of Geraldton WA. Greenough developed in the mid 1800's becoming a thriving agricultural area. The historic settlement is a collection of the remaining buildings from yesteryear. Well worth a visit.
This little village managed by the National Trust is well worth visiting. Frozen in time from the mid 1800s, it has houses, village halls, churches, schools and a convent that are all open for inspection. There is a video in the community hall that gives...More
There are places with an insight into Australian past with lots more buildings and implements etc - what makes this site so good is that it was the town and so much was still in use to fairly recent. The churches are still used today!...More
Don't know how I missed finding out about this place when I was researching for our holiday. We saw a "turn-off" and came to the area. Unfortunately we hadn't planned for enough time to do a tour of the lovely old buildings, etc. We did...More
Well worth the stop off to walk around the small community that once was. A look back at yesteryear and a great way to imagine life as it was in regional Australia. Buildings look gorgeous and are easy to navigate. Precinct is well maintained.
We, like 99.99% of all the main road traffic, thundered past this place several times during a trip North before setting aside a couple of hours to explore. It was fascinating. This is a preserved rural village complete with school, jail, town hall, churches (still...More
Just up from the Visitor Centre this little hamlet has been restored to give visitors an idea of life back in the Mid 19th century.
A modest fee is charged for a guided tour.
The church is a beautiful one and has been the scene...More
This is in my opinion one of the best National Trust places that I've been to. $8 to get in, and we were there for a good few hours. Every building was open and there were plenty of them to wander around in. I would...More