Greenough Museum and Gardens

The Pioneer Museum has one hundred and fifty years of history of the Greenough flats and the beginning of the port of Geraldton in Western Australia. Surrounding the Greenough Museum are heritage gardens and the river flats where settlers from England first arrived and met with the local Aboriginal inhabitants, the first people on this great land. So history, culture and fresh produce stand here as a reminder of the past and a glimpse into the future, come along and visit.

Location is 11 Phillips Road, Greenough, 19km south of Geraldton on Brand Highway.

Visitor Centre Geraldton

Geraldton is the capital of Western Australia's MidWest region and the gateway to the Abrolhos Islands. Only 424km north of Perth, the beautiful leisurely drive can now be enjoyed up the coast along the Indian Ocean Drive or a one hour flight will get you here even quicker

Rail Heritage WA

Rail Heritage WA began as the first rail preservation group in WA.
Among other things, it now operates the Railway Museum in Bassendean, restores heritage rail stock and has an extensive collection of railway archived material.
It is located at 136 Railway Parade, Bassendean

Central Greenough Cafe and Village

Step back in time to the 19th Century. Open in February between 10.a.m. and 4 p.m.
Outside hours by arrangement.
Cnr Brand Hwy and McCartney Road. Greenough, Western Australia
Tel: 08 9926 1084


Irwin District Historical Society


The IDHS was founded in 1964 and is dedicated to preserving the history of the Irwin District of Western Australia through our research office and museums located at the Old Police Station and Russ Cottage. It is located at 5 Waldeck St, Dongara.