Bunbury Geographe & Collie
Beer and wine lover? Forest hiking fan? Mad keen MTBer? Bunbury Geographe will become your new paradise. The region has a real city meets country feel and when it's conveniently located just a 2 hour drive from Perth.
Just a short drive from Perth leaves you with more time to really connect with picturesque region. It is home to majestic rolling hills and native bush hinterland in the East, together with some of WA’s best beaches, quaint towns like Harvey, Donnybrook and Collie, and the popular tourism destinations Bunbury and Busselton in the West.
You'll find an abundance of trails and places to explore. The township and surrounds of Collie are fast becoming WA's trail hotspot - with public art trails, simple picnic strolls, paddle trails and bushwalks around Wellington National Park through to the more epic adventures that await for you as you mountain bike around Collie's growing network of off road Arklow trails.
But if you'd prefer to saddle up on a horse rather than a bike, why not tackle parts or all of the 10th Light Horse Bridle Heritage Trail at Binningup.
If food, beer and wine are more your style, why not try the Geographe Alternative Wine Trail? The area is renowned as one of Western Australia’s most captivating and diverse wine regions. Lesser known, but offering stellar potential is the Ferguson Valley wine region.
- Hike, Walk or Paddle: Honeymoon Pool - Wellington National Park
- Bike: Arklow Mountain Bike Trails - Collie, Mt Lennard Network- Wellington National Park
- Art Trail: Collie Mural Trail
- Horse: 10th Light Horse Bridle Heritage Trail at Binningup