Leaning Trees of Greenough- Western Australia

January 3, 2016 1 Comments
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When you’re cruising down the Brand Highway in Western Australia,  you soon might discover the various “Leaning Trees” on the sides of the road. The Leaning Trees of Greenough are very intriguing to look at and the cause of the lean is due to the airborne salt content that is blown with the winds off the Indian Ocean.

Leaning Trees

The Leaning Tree of Greenough

You can see the leaning trees from Dongara, Western Australia  up to Kalbarri, Western Australia   If you’re looking for a photo opportunity of these strange unique trees,  we recommend a stop that is about 20km South of Geraldton. Its a designated roadside stop that  has information about the trees and is a safe. 

If you would like more information on the Leaning Trees check Australia’s Coral Coast website for further details.  If you continue your journey to Geraldton have a read over our 14 Low Cost Attractions post and You Tube Video, there is plenty to  keep you busy on your visit to the city.  

 

Leaning Trees

 

loveyourtravels

loveyourtravels is joint travel blog by engaged couple Stacey and Wayne. The blog is to encourage others to get out there and see their own backyard. Even if its day trips, weekends, holidays or full time travel we do it all. We love to share our travel experiences, thoughts and costs. Planning our Wedding in March 2019 then taking off immediately after to Road Trip and Work Australia.

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    Anne

    January 28, 2016

    My dad always says it is the only place you can climb a tree from the top down!

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