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Five years ago, Greenough was a crumbling, derelict little hamlet, being blown to dust by the winds of the West Australian coast. Today, it looks as good as it did last century - thanks to the single-minded drive and enthusiasm of Margaret Fielman, who persuaded state and federal governments to fund the restoration of the buildings. In May 1979, Greenough was reopened during West Australia's 150th Anniversary celebrations. This is the story of its rebirth, told through the experiences of Margaret Fielman and four other women for whom the town has special meaning.

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Crew

Director
Ron Drynan
Producer
Ron Drynan
Executive Producers
John Sparkes

Cast

Presenter: Ron Drynan -

Production Details

Production Completion Date
1980
Genre
History and national identity
Production Company
Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Sales

International Sales
ABC Content Sales