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Historic homestead

Dating back to 1862 and built by convicts, the museum is the ideal place to explore Greenough’s fascinating history — from Aboriginal times to today. There’s plenty to delight kids and adults alike.


Greenough Museum Gardens

Stunning gardens

Lush and green all year, our historic garden is not just beautiful to look at, it’s productive, too. 

Wander around and enjoy the peace and tranquillity — or pick a few vegetables or mulberries! 


Museum Jars

Incredible collections

From the fates of convicts to the fortunes of entrepreneurs, the museum’s collection has a treasure trove of stories from Greenough’s pioneering past for you to discover. 


We acknowledge the traditional owners of  what we now know as the district of Greenough; their continuing connection to land, sea and community and pay our respects to elders and their cultures, past, present and emerging.


Our Latest Acquistion

Painting of Poppies by Cathleen Giles

Cathleen, the daughter of Richard & Mary Ann Prendergast was born at Greenough c1895.

She was an accomplished artist, regularly exhibiting her works in the local Agricultural Shows. Such was her talent, it has been said that Norman Lindsay wanted Cathleen to travel over east to study under him. But Cathleen was a devout Catholic and her high morals did not approve of painting nudes.

She remained here and married Roy James Giles in 1926 (about the time when this picture was painted).

The painting was later given to Monica Clune and hung in her house at Bringo (Donated by Chris Clune 2021/072)

Come and see it!

John S Maley

City of Greater Geraldton

Operational Expenditure & Curatorial Services Grant

Donating money


Thanks to our retailers and Lotterywest players the Greenough Museum and Gardens was able to maintain its venue and collection during the COVID 2020 lockdown and build this website.



Supported by the Australian Government’s Culture, Heritage and Arts Regional Tourism (CHART) program