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Welcome to Greenough Museum & Gardens
Must-see history at Greenough Museum & Gardens
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.
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!
To discover more – go to Past Exhibitions – Creating a Garden.
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.
PLEASE NOTE – the museum will be closed from 5th February to mid March 2024 to allow for maintenance to be undertaken on the exterior of the building.
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.
Mr Yaz Mubarakai MLA presenting the certificate to GM&GCA treasurer Marjolein Towler.
Greenough Museum & Gardens Community Assoc. Inc was presented as a Semifinalist in the prestigious Woolworths Community Group of the Year Award by Mr Yaz Mubarakai MLA, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Education;
Aboriginal Affairs; Citizenship and Multicultural Interest representing The Honourable Roger Hugh Cook MLA Premier of Western Australia at the 2023 Western Australian Community Achievement Awards Gala Presentation Dinner held at the Hyatt Regency Perth on Friday 27th October 2023.
The Awards were hosted by Rebecca Johns, 7NEWS Presenter and more than 300 guests gathered from across the State to celebrate Western Australia’s regional high achievers and community contributors.
Greenough Museum & Gardens Community Assoc. is managed by 16 dedicated volunteers. They have an award-winning community museum offering programs for well-being and preserving the local history.
“Supported by the Australian Government’s Culture, Heritage and Arts Regional Tourism (CHART) program”