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Collie to Donnybrook and return Cycle Classic @ Collie
Aug 20 all-day

This event is part of the Kaya Collie celebrations.

The race, which began in 1925, is the only true remaining handicap event in WA. It is steeped in tradition and is the premier road race on the Western Australian cycling calendar.

The handicap format gives everyone a chance to get to the finish line first.

The historic race begins in the heart of town on Throssell Street, opposite the Crown Hotel at 12.00pm. The riders will head through hilly terrain towards Mumballup for 21km before turning and heading towards the township of Donnybrook. This is the halfway point. Riders then turn and return back to Mumballup. The last 21km of the course is very arduous through the hills to the finish line in the main street of Collie. The riders will complete 104 kms in total.

Collie Races @ Collie Race Track
Oct 22 @ 12:00 pm

This event is part of the Kaya Collie celebrations.

A family day with entertainment for the children, Fashions on the Field, great prizes and a live band playing all your favourite tunes after the last race.

Full TAB and bookmakers, bar, canteen, EFTPOS.

Gates open 12pm. Racing from 1pm.

CORPORATE TENT TICKETS available, please check out the Facebook event for more details.

For tickets and more info, phone Rosanne on 0428 176 817.

Thanks to our sponsors: Elders Real Estate-Matt Blackford AETS,TAB and the Shire of Collie.

Unity Bank Collie Show @ Collie Show Grounds
Nov 19 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 pm

This event is part of the Kaya Collie celebrations.

The Collie Show is once again looking to be a great day of fun and entertainment for all the family, culminating in a great fireworks display.

There will be plenty for the Adults to do such as workshops, live music and market stalls to check out.

The kids have lots to see and do as well face-painting, workshops and a petting zoo.

Show favourites will be there such as show bags, side-show-alley, market stalls and equestrian events and much, much more!


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