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Collie Mural Trail

Urban Walk

inSouth West
Blackwood River Valley, Bunbury Geographe & Collie, Great Southern, Margaret River Region, Southern Forests

  • Half day
  • 35.2 km

The 35 km Collie Mural Trail is a mixture of country driving and an urban walk.

Consisting of 40 stunning murals, the trail stretches from Wellington NP, with the breath-taking 8000 sqm Wellington Dam Mural, ‘Reflections’ as the centre piece to the centre of town.

Location: Wellington Dam Wall, Wellington Dam Rd, Worsley

Guido van Helten’s 8,000 square metre mega-mural on the Wellington Dam wall is inspired by local stories and photographs.
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Trail Start

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The trail starts at the Wellington Dam carpark near the viewing area

Trail End

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The trail ends at the Collie Visitor Centre

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Starting at Wellington Dam, you can take the short walk down to the viewing platform to see the world record breaking 8000 sqm mural on the dam wall. The mural is entitled Reflections and explores the place the river has had in the lives of the people of Collie over the years.

Don't forget to look up at the amazing artwork on the ceiling of the viewing area as well.

Follow the map into Collie (20 minutes away) and then park the car and take a stroll around town where there are another 38 stunning murals to see, starting at the Collie Visitor Centre.

Allow half to a full day to see all the murals. 

Pick up a map from the Kiosk at the Dam or Collie Visitor Centre for detailed information about each mural, download the free Wambenger Trails app (which also has interesting info on each mural and the artist that painted it, as well as a guide to many other trails in the Collie area), or check out the website at

Collie Visitor Centre

(08) 9734 2051

Other Links

Expand your trip and enjoy great businesses nearby

Black Diamond Lodge

Collie’s funkiest affordable accommodation

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Mandia B&B

Mandia is a quiet rural property that has a range of beautiful rooms available three kms north of Collie. The Tuscan inspired BBQ area is a perfect outdoor setting amongst the garden.

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Red Tail Retreat

Red Tail Retreat has everything you will need for a relaxing stay after exploring the Collie River Valley and surrounds.

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Whispering Pines Bed and Breakfast

The Ultimate Getaway - Tranquil Whispering Pines is situated amongst natural bushland at the edge of the forest on the banks of the Collie River.

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Kiosk at The Dam

A Licensed Cafe in the Centre of the Wellington National Park. Local produce, wines & craft Beer & Cider Mountain Bike Hire & Glamping also available.

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Collie River Valley Tourist Park

Be welcomed by our friendly staff when staying in Collie with your tent, caravan or in one of our cabins. The rivers, murals, walks and mountain bike trails are waiting.

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Forest Explorers - Collie Wildflower,Mural,Heritage Tours & Trail Transfers

Local tour guide who has more than twenty years experience in wildflowers & the natural environment. Sharing a perspective of our local area,while experiencing that fresh air and being re-freshed.

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Here is everything you need to know before visiting this trail.

Time / Duration

Time taken depends on how many murals are visited and if you walk or drive some sections around town


Distance varies depending on how many murals are visited. The walk around the town murals is about 6.5km, but some of that can be driven if preferred.

What To Pack

Group D (Drive trails) required.

Trail Start

The trail starts at the Wellington Dam carpark near the viewing area

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Trail End

The trail ends at the Collie Visitor Centre

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Difficulty Notes

Most of the walking part of the trail is on sealed footpaths. There may be some sections with grass or gravel surfaces
All roads are sealed.


Facilities vary along the trail
  • Access with assistance for the Disabled
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Cafe
  • Camping
  • Car Park
  • Child Activities
  • Coach Parking
  • Lookouts
  • Parking for Disabled
  • Picnic Area
  • Public Telephone
  • Public Toilet
  • Shaded Area
  • Sheltered Area
  • Shop
  • Toilet Facilities for Disabled
  • View Platform
  • Visitor Information Centre

Best time of year

All year round


No fees apply

Trail Access

Self drive to Collie and Wellington NP

Prohibited Items

Pets are not allowed in the NP and around the dam
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2 trail goers have rated Collie Mural Trail as 5 out of 5!

We love to hear from people who've been on our Western Australian trails, so it would be most appreciated it if you wanted to leave a review.

Alison Melvin

Reviewed 17 May 2022, 5:52am

Town Mural installation by Western Australian Artist.With environmental and indigenous themes.Shakey Jacob Butler has complimented these by monotone murals of Underground Mining,Pitponies,Mechanisation, Timber Hewers and Bibbulmun people.An added community bonus to the 30 plus Murals for the trail town of Collie.
Steve Smith

Reviewed 19 Sep 2021, 7:35pm

Absolutely stunning art. Some brightens up otherwise dull walls of buildings, others are jus outstanding themselves. The Wellington Dam mural is just epic in size and details. Collie should be very proud of these works.

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