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Parks and gardens

Take a lovely stroll through Collie parks and gardens. Follow the links below to find out more information and to see photos of each park or garden.

Our Community Garden

Community Gardens are becoming a very popular community project as they unite people from a range of ages and cultural differences in a common interest. Through social interaction, this creates …

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Living Legacy Forest

Wellington Dam Legacy Forest is a unique memorial forest where families put their loved ones treated ashes with trees to create a living memorial. Come read the plaques, enjoy a …

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Harris Dam

North of Collie, Harris Dam is a peaceful, relaxing location, with native gardens, grassed areas for hitting the football or throwing a frisbee, picnic tables and toilet facilities. A walk …

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Across the river from the Soldiers Memorial Park forming part of the Collie River Walk, are various Australian native trees planted in 1922-1929, which are floodlit at night. A WA …

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Baarnimarr Reconciliation Park

Established as a joint venture between the Collie Shire Council and the local aboriginal community in 1997, the park is named in honour of Joseph Northover Senior and all Nyoongar …

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Central Park & Water Playground

Conveniently located in the CBD, the park is fully accessible all year round and features grassed picnic areas, electric barbecues, tables and seating, landscaping, toilets and change rooms as well …

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Soldier’s Memorial Park

Follow the tree-lined path of WA peppermints along the Collie River to the dedication rose garden and memorial built to honour those fallen in war. The entrance gates were erected …

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Skate Park

Designed in conjunction with the youth of Collie, the Skate Park is often the venue for championships and events in skateboarding, scooters and bmx. It features several technical street features, …

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Fred Scharf Lions Memorial Park

Lions Park, on the banks of the Collie River, has barbecues, covered picnic tables (which can be useful in wet weather), playground equipment and toilet facilities. There’s lots of grass …

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Finlay Gardens

The Finlay Gardens were officially opened on the 26th January 1994. Within the park a statue has been erected to commemorate women’s suffrage and their contribution in pioneering times. View …

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