When you’re cruising down the Brand Highway & North West Coastal Highway in Western Australia, you will find the famous and popular icons for travellers known as the “Leaning Trees”
The Leaning Trees of Greenough are without a doubt very intriguing to look at. The leaning tree occurs due to the airborne salt content that is blown with the winds off the Indian Ocean.
WHERE TO FIND THE LEANING TREES?
You can see many of the leaning trees from Dongara up to Kalbarri in Western Australia. If you’re looking for a photo opportunity to capture these quirky trees, we recommend a stop that is about 20km South of Geraldton.
Capture your beautiful tree image here as its a designated roadside stop that has information about the trees and is safe to pull up and get out.
If you would like more information on the Leaning Trees, check Australia’s Coral Coast website for further details.
Making your way into the township of Geraldton? Looking for things to do in Geraldton? Read our popular post of 14 Low Cost Attractions to explore in Geraldton, Western Australia. You can also view our YouTube Video of the township of Geraldton as this was our home for 2 years during 2014-2016.
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My dad always says it is the only place you can climb a tree from the top down!