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Sep
27
Mon
Historic Competition Motorcycle Club of WA @ Collie Motorplex
Sep 27 all-day
Historic Competition Motorcycle Club of WA @ Collie Motorplex | Western Australia | Australia

RACING BEGINS IN JULY!

Saturday is Practice Day and Sunday is Race Day.

  • April 24/25 Round 2
  • May 29/30 Round 3
  • July 3/4 Bracket racing/Top 10 feature race at end of day and P2/P3 races..short track
  • August 14/15 Round 4
  • Sept 25/26/27 State Championships
  • Oct 23/24 Round 5
  • Nov 20/21 Handicap races, Endurance races, Historic and Modern bikes and also P2/P3 races

Gates open from 9.00am each day, canteen open and FREE entry for spectators.

Oct
1
Fri
Tom Quilty Endurance Ride @ Collie Race Club
Oct 1 all-day
Tom Quilty Endurance Ride @ Collie Race Club | Collie | Western Australia | Australia

Collie is set to be the venue of the 2021 Tom Quilty Gold Cup, Australia’s prestigious National 160km event. The Collie tracks provide a beautiful ride along sandy and gravel tracks, over a mix of flat and undulating ground through farmland and forest. It is set to be run from our very own Collie Race Track over the Friday and Saturday.

The Tom Quilty Gold Cup Endurance Ride National Championship is the premier ride on the endurance calendar in Australia.  The prestige associated with winning this event, as well as competing, is immense. Making it the goal of all Australian endurance riders to attempt and be successful in this ride.  The original Tom Quilty gold cup is held in the ‘Stockman’s Hall of Fame’ in Longreach QLD as the inception of the Quilty Cup ride was nurtured by Queenslanders Erica and RM Williams who loved their distance riding. The Quilty was named after RM’s old mate Tom Quilty of Spring Vale Station in the Kimberley Ranges of WA, who on request donated the valuable gold cup.

 

 

Oct
2
Sat
Tom Quilty Endurance Ride @ Collie Race Club
Oct 2 all-day
Tom Quilty Endurance Ride @ Collie Race Club | Collie | Western Australia | Australia

Collie is set to be the venue of the 2021 Tom Quilty Gold Cup, Australia’s prestigious National 160km event. The Collie tracks provide a beautiful ride along sandy and gravel tracks, over a mix of flat and undulating ground through farmland and forest. It is set to be run from our very own Collie Race Track over the Friday and Saturday.

The Tom Quilty Gold Cup Endurance Ride National Championship is the premier ride on the endurance calendar in Australia.  The prestige associated with winning this event, as well as competing, is immense. Making it the goal of all Australian endurance riders to attempt and be successful in this ride.  The original Tom Quilty gold cup is held in the ‘Stockman’s Hall of Fame’ in Longreach QLD as the inception of the Quilty Cup ride was nurtured by Queenslanders Erica and RM Williams who loved their distance riding. The Quilty was named after RM’s old mate Tom Quilty of Spring Vale Station in the Kimberley Ranges of WA, who on request donated the valuable gold cup.

 

 

All Saints Anglican Church Open Day
Oct 2 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
All Saints Anglican Church Open Day @ Collie | Western Australia | Australia
The All Saints’ Anglican Church of Collie is opening up for the public to view on Saturdays.

 

If you didn’t know, the Anglican Church is home to an amazing mural painted by Philip Goatcher in 1922. The colourful mural depicts thirty individuals and is said to be the most outstanding of Mr Goatcher’s work.The Church also houses a very unique wood pipe organ, stunning memorial stained glass windows and a memorial rose garden.

 

But that isn’t all that’s worth checking out. The Byzantine and Romanesque style Church was built in 1915 and was built using nine different types of brick with an extensive use of timbers for it’s interior. This Church is surely a stunning piece of architecture to marvel at.

 

 

 

Oct
3
Sun
Tom Quilty Endurance Ride @ Collie Race Club
Oct 3 all-day
Tom Quilty Endurance Ride @ Collie Race Club | Collie | Western Australia | Australia

Collie is set to be the venue of the 2021 Tom Quilty Gold Cup, Australia’s prestigious National 160km event. The Collie tracks provide a beautiful ride along sandy and gravel tracks, over a mix of flat and undulating ground through farmland and forest. It is set to be run from our very own Collie Race Track over the Friday and Saturday.

The Tom Quilty Gold Cup Endurance Ride National Championship is the premier ride on the endurance calendar in Australia.  The prestige associated with winning this event, as well as competing, is immense. Making it the goal of all Australian endurance riders to attempt and be successful in this ride.  The original Tom Quilty gold cup is held in the ‘Stockman’s Hall of Fame’ in Longreach QLD as the inception of the Quilty Cup ride was nurtured by Queenslanders Erica and RM Williams who loved their distance riding. The Quilty was named after RM’s old mate Tom Quilty of Spring Vale Station in the Kimberley Ranges of WA, who on request donated the valuable gold cup.

 

 

Goods Shed Markets @ Old Railway Goods Shed
Oct 3 @ 8:00 am – 1:00 pm
Goods Shed Markets @ Old Railway Goods Shed | Collie | Western Australia | Australia

Classic country markets in the Old Railway Goods Shed building. The building was designed by CY O’Connor and built in 1898.

It was restored between 1997 and 1999 by the Collie Heritage Group Inc.

Today it houses fortnightly markets selling, handmade items, jewellery, second hand books, bric a brac, fresh produce, sheep poo, gemstones and crystals, plants, wooden toys, jams and pickles, eggs, clothing, sausage sizzle and more.

Oct
9
Sat
Collie Country Markets @ Collie Show Grounds
Oct 9 @ 8:00 am – 2:00 pm
Collie Country Markets @ Collie Show Grounds | Collie | Western Australia | Australia

The Agricultural Markets have many stalls displaying such goods as fresh produce, homewares, books, toys, jewellery, accessories, baked goods, local crafts, local art and much more.

The kitchen is open with a sausage sizzle, tea, coffee and cool drinks all available to purchase.

Proceeds from the markets assist the Collie Agricultural Society.

  • Mothers Day Market 1st May
  • Craft Fair 12th June
  • Fathers Day Market 4th Sept
  • Christmas Market 4th Dec

Visit their Facebook Page for future updates.

Trakdayz Collie Motorplex @ Collie Motorplex
Oct 9 @ 9:00 am
Trakdayz Collie Motorplex @ Collie Motorplex | Collie Burn | Western Australia | Australia

Trakdayz is a committed business that encourages motorcycle riders to ride on a professional  race track in a safe environment with qualified instructors. They are committed to raising awareness of safety not only on the track but also the road.  To participate in Trakdayz your driver’s licence is not required as well as the licensing of your motorcycle is not required, as long as your bike can pass scrutineering you will be able to participate on the day with the help of the instructors.

Should you require further information about Trakdayz follow this link https://www.trakdayz.com.au/ and if you have further enquiries contact them on 0401 484 898 or flick them an email on info@trakdayz.com.au

Spectator entry is free and are more than welcome to come and watch some track action. The canteen will be open from 9:00am – 3:00pm to purchase food and drinks. There are no EFTPOS facilities available at the venue.

All Saints Anglican Church Open Day
Oct 9 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
All Saints Anglican Church Open Day @ Collie | Western Australia | Australia
The All Saints’ Anglican Church of Collie is opening up for the public to view on Saturdays.

 

If you didn’t know, the Anglican Church is home to an amazing mural painted by Philip Goatcher in 1922. The colourful mural depicts thirty individuals and is said to be the most outstanding of Mr Goatcher’s work.The Church also houses a very unique wood pipe organ, stunning memorial stained glass windows and a memorial rose garden.

 

But that isn’t all that’s worth checking out. The Byzantine and Romanesque style Church was built in 1915 and was built using nine different types of brick with an extensive use of timbers for it’s interior. This Church is surely a stunning piece of architecture to marvel at.

 

 

 

Oct
15
Fri
BEER Event (Budget Extreme Endurance Race) @ Collie Motorplex
Oct 15 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
BEER Event (Budget Extreme Endurance Race) @ Collie Motorplex | Collie Burn | Western Australia | Australia

Get ready to go racing WA! Budget Extreme Endurance Racing (BEER) is coming to Collie Motorplex on October 16th – 17th 2021.

Two full days of racing for you to live out Champagne Racing for Beer money.

Starting racing at 9am on Friday you’ll get to know your tinny as you battle against other Beerians until 5pm on the tight and technical Collie Short Track, favouring handling and skills over power and brute force. This is all leading up to the feature event on Saturday when racing kicks off at 8am through to 4pm on the beautiful new Collie Long Track where you’ll really be able to crack the top off your cold one and see what it’s capable of.

Penalties on track will see you face The Punisher for judgement. Once your fate is decided, it’s off to The Ring Master to face your fate with a range of humiliating activities. After the racing is done will be awards and then the after party will kick off at Colliewood, with fun, frivolity and food.  Of course Beers Entry is open to all budget vehicles with a value of $1985 and less that meet all safety requirements. Regulations will be released shortly. All “LeMons” vehicles will be accepted and put in “The Slops” category. Cars deemed to be worth or modified over the limit will be put in the “Top Shelf” category. Both categories will race together.

All teams require a minimum of 4 drivers with appropriate racing apparel. Driver entry for the event will be $350 per driver. Message the page for entry details and be added to the elite “Tasting Plate” group chat where all information will be shared to all drivers/parties direct from the horses mouth.

So get ready for a Frothy Friday and a Slaughtered Saturday and come race with us!!

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