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Collie is awakening as the most desirable adventure destination in Western Australia. Just 2 hours south of Perth, the sweeping views of the Collie River Valley offers visitors the first glimpse of a natural playground that awaits, just over the hill. Internationally rated Mountain Bike Trails, bright turquoise lakes, pristine bush camping and loads of events to fuel your adventurous spirit. Whatever your passion in life, here is the place to reward yourself, down tools and take time out. You’ve earned it.


Getting to Collie

Whether you choose to drive, walk or cycle to Collie (all possible options!), the journey to Collie is very scenic and provides plenty of interesting places to stop at on the way. 

There are two options: Take the Freeway and Forrest Highway southbound from Perth for about 150km before turning east on Raymond Road and Coalfields highway to the town centre of Collie. For a more scenic option consider taking the turnoff to Pinjarra just after Mandurah, then make your way south on teh SW Highway through Waroona, Harvey and the Harris River State Forest.

Riding to Collie isn't as crazy as it sounds. You can take a few nights off and make your way there on the Munda Biddi Trail, which extends from Mundaring (about 35km east of Perth) to Albany in the Great Southern.


Walking is also an option belive it or not! The Bibbulmun Track is another incredible 1000km Track extending from Kalamunda in the Perth Hills all the way through to Albany. It's quite a distance to tackle on foot so please make sure you check the trail information and plan accrodingly. 

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Want to enjoy trails around Collie? Go prepared by reading more with these great trail tips.

More to explore in Collie

Collie has so many great trails, and also lots to do when you are off the trail. Art and culture, craft and shopping, food, wine and great country pubs. Explore further with our 'Things to do and see' list of local suggestions and hidden gems.