Greenough & Wildlife

Greenough is a charming country village renowned for its pioneering history, restored heritage buildings, unique leaning trees and Greenough River. Your first stop is at Greenough Wildlife and Bird Park, a privately owned park which rescues & rehabilitates Australian Wildlife and has done so for past 30 years. At the park you will have the option of feeding a kangaroo or holding a snake. Following your encounter with local wildlife, you will visit Central Greenough Historical Settlement, where you step back in time by strolling through 11 beautifully restored stone character buildings, remnants of a once thriving community of 19th century pioneers. This tour will also include a morning/afternoon tea at the café of this historic settlement. Next stop and photo opportunity will be the bizarre sight of trees growing at 90 degree angles. Prevailing southerly winds have forced the trees to grow horizontally rather than upwards and the surreal sight has become something of an icon for the region.
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    3.5 hours

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    Adult from $124.99
    Children (12 & under) from $129.99



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