Wiilman Bilya Trail, Collie

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Rated: 43211 (4/5), based on 2 reviews.

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Fayley Arthur


Due to a heavy handed burn 2 years ago on this tourism attraction, the jarrah forest understory is just overgrown soap bush. The trail is wildly overgrown and unmaintained with bushes overgrowing the track and many small trees fallen over the track. Two km south of the campsite the jarrah forest finally returns to the natural healthy understory that it’s supposed to have with moss and ferns and a multitude of plant varieties. The campsite also seemed unmaintained with the beautiful campsites slowly returning to the forest, the toilets without toilet paper, and a small shrub growing in one of the shelter footings. The burning of this resource was a sad waste of taxpayer money.

Kim Fawcett


Absolutely love this trail. One killer hill about 7 km from Potters Gorge, but the rest was quite manageable. A lot of the time you are walking with the bush on one side and views over the dam on the other. I was particularly impressed with the huge grass trees up the Potters Gorge end. The overnight campsite is in a very pleasant location over looking the dam

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