Past Events at the Greenough Museum & Gardens

The “Tree Appreciation Art Exhibition” organised by the Geraldton Tree Canopy Advocates was held in the Community Hub from 21st October to 18th November 2023.

Thirty artists from around this region exhibited 62 artworks in a diverse range of media.

Over 40 people gathered in the museum courtyard for the launch of Dr George Criddle’s book Summaries of a Settler Artist’s Journal (Letters to Elizabeth Criddle et al.).

The event was part of the Geraldton Regional Library’s Big Sky Readers & Writers Festival 2023.

Jaye Allan’s exhibition “Wild…” was held in the Community Hub building from 1st September to 7th October 2023.

Jaye exhibition of paintings, bird cartoons and ceramic plants was inspired by the fauna and flora of the Mid-West.

This was a selling exhibition, and her works were eagerly purchased by visitors. In return for the museum hosting the exhibition, Jaye kindly donated a painting “Pelicans on the Greenough River” which will be added to the museum collection.


Did you know museum volunteers grow plants for sale here? As well as special plant sales, you can come any time the museum is open to purchase plants.

All funds raised go towards the maintenance of and improvements to our gardens.


Each year on a Saturday night closest to the Winter Solstice, we hold a bonfire night in the Front Paddock.

It provides a great opportunity for the community to get together and celebrate this pagan festival.