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Wambenger Trails Update: Kylie Trail now open

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Just in case you're picturing the Australian pop princess - 'Kylie' is actually the Noongar word for throwing stick or boomerang, which is emblematic of this new trail with its crescent shape and the full loop returning to wherever the rider started.

This newly opened trail runs through Westralia Conservation Park just south of Collie, offers stunning views of the Collie River Valley and is open to all levels of experience, including riders using adaptive bikes.

It forms part of the McGowan Government's $10 million Collie Adventure Trails initiative, also known as the Wambenger Trails, which is establishing the town as a premier trail and adventure destination.

Work is also underway to complete a further 47km of trail as part of stages 2 and 3 of the Wellington National Park trail network with tenders awarded to two Western Australian trail construction companies, Magic Dirt Trailworx and Three Chillies Design. You can read the full media release here, or click below to find out more about the new trail on the Trails WA Projects page. 

Read all about the new Kylie trail here.

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The Kylie Trail is now live on Trails WA, check it out here


Opening the Kylie Trail. (Left to right): Jodie Hanns, MLA Member for Collie-Preston, Hon. Reece Whitby Minister for Environment; Climate Action, Collie Shire President Cr Sarah Stanley
Kym & Rebecca from  Adventure Connections
Riders on the Trail
Showing off some MTB skills.