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Discover Collie

Surrounded by forests, rivers and lakes, Collie is a modern thriving community with country charm and hospitality.

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Heritage and history

Though Collie has a relatively short history, declared a townsite in 1896, the town is proud of it’s old buildings and historical collections which reflect the importance of the early years of timber milling, railways and coal mining..


Arts and culture

Collie artists and craftspeople take inspiration from the surrounding forests and bushland, with their work showing their passion for the local landscape.


Outdoors and adventure

Collie with it’s many water ways, mountain bike tracks and trails and walking trails, is an outdoor lovers dream holiday destination.



With two local tracks, there is always plenty of exciting motor sport events happening in Collie all year round.


Shopping and Markets

We all deserve a treat now and then, so pamper yourself with a new outfit, get your nails done or a facial, and finish it off browsing for unique Nordic-style gifts and homewares.
Local markets are on regularly, with unique home-made gifts and fresh produce.


Self-drive itineraries

The Collie River Valley has many interesting and picturesque drives winding through the beautiful surrounding forests and hills of Collie.


Tours and packages

Our local tour companies can take the hassle of finding the best places to visit around Collie, Ferguson Valley and the South West with many different packages to choose from.


Tracks and Trails

A great variety of mountain bike, walking and dual use tracks and trails can be found in the Collie region. There’s bound to be something to suit, whether you’re an experienced mountain bike rider or novice, or looking for a short walk or a longer bush adventure. So don’t forget to pack your bike or walking shoes and enjoy the great outdoors in the beautiful Collie River Valley.


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