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Collie Wagyl Biddi

Right in town discover 9kms of trails to suit beginners and intermediate riders, including 4.5kms suitable for hand-cycles.

Network Collie Wagyl

The Trailhead for the Collie Wagyl Biddi network is located at Soldier’s Park on Lefroy Street near the centre of Collie.

It offers nine kilometres of connected trails built to beginner and intermediate level, including 4.5 kilometres of trails suitable for hand-cycles.

The network is designed around a key beginner classification spine trail linking Soldiers Park to Reserve 15783. Connecting loops provide a variety of riding experiences. All loops can be ridden as a circuit without crossing or doubling back.

The trail is named after the mythical rainbow serpent (Wagyl) which according to legend created the Collie, Preston and Brunswick Rivers. Biddi  means ‘path through the forest’ in the Noongar language. The long-distance Munda Biddi Trail connects to this network at  Soldier’s Park.

Entry is free and the facility is open 7 days a week. 


Getting There

Collie is located 200km south east of Perth and 58km inland from Bunbury.

Public Transport to and from Collie is available with TransWA and South West Coach Lines.

The Trailhead is in Soldiers Park on the corner of Johnston and Lefroy Streets.


Facilities

Parking

Toilets

Drinking water

Skate Park

Playground

Picnic sites and free BBQs

Bike hire and all bike supplies available from Crank'n Cycles, 77 Steere Street.  http://www.crankncycles.com.au

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