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The trail begins at the Greenough Museum and Gardens
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The trail ends at Ellendale Pool
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About Greenough/Walkaway Heritage Trail
The trail begins at the Greenough Museum on Phillips Road off Brand Highway 405km north of Perth and 19km south of Geraldton, and ends at Ellendale Pool. It provides a pleasant outing with facilities for picnicking. As there is much to see in the Central Greenough Historic Settlement and surrounds, the museums and other sites, many trail users may wish to spend longer in this historic area. Following the trail route map, look for signs bearing the Heritage Trails Network symbol.
Some of the sites along the trail are private homes and not open to the public. Please ensure you pick up a map and brochure at Central Greenough before setting out.
Be trail ready for Greenough/Walkaway Heritage Trail
Here is everything you need to know before visiting this trail.
Time / Duration
Time varies depending on how long you spend at each historic location
What To Pack
Group D (Drive trails) required.
What To Pack
Group D (Drive trails)
- Research your trip well in advance. Good preparation is essential as distances in Western Australia are huge and facilities are limited. Visit the website associated with each drive trail for in-depth travel information.
- Carry maps, spare parts, a first aid kit and plenty of food and water to last your journey
- Visit the ‘Travelling in Outback Western Australia’ website for information regarding travelling in the Outback. Permits may need to be arranged in advance to enter into some areas which are on private property.
Additional Useful ItemsPack a picnic to have at Ellendale Pool , the last stop along the route
Hazards & WarningsSome of the sites along the trail are private homes and not open to the public. Please ensure you pick up a map and brochure at Central Greenough before setting out.
FacilitiesToilets, a café and Visitor Centre are available at the start of the trail. There are toilets, picnic facilities and camping at the end of the trail.
- Access with assistance for the Disabled
- BBQ Facilities
- Car Park
- Dog Friendly
- Picnic Area
- Public Toilet
- Shaded Area
- Visitor Information Centre
Best time of year
No fees apply
Self drive from Perth or Geraldton
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Greenough Museum and GardensThis museum is quite different to others. The gardens are lovely too.
Central Greenough Café and Visitor CentreThe Greenough Hamlet was once a thriving pioneer community, until the town was devastated by massive floods in 1888.
The Old Convict Bridge/Maley's BridgeBuilt in the 1980s this is one of the oldest surviving bridges, built by convicts in Western Australia
Ellendale PoolThere are toilets and picnic facilities at the end of the trail. camping is also allowed
Greenough Walkaway Heritage Trail Map. Be sure to pick up a copy of the brochure with full details of each stop along the routeBe sure to pick up a copy of the brochure with full details of each stop along the route
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