Collie Visitor Information
Collie, Western Australia
Collie is a charming town located in the South West region of Western Australia, approximately 213 km south of Perth.
The town is accessible by car, with a journey time of approximately 2.5 hours from Perth along the Forrest Highway.
Things to see and do
Collie Art Gallery
The Collie Art Gallery is a must-visit attraction, with a stunning collection of artwork from local artists.
Collie River Valley Tourist Park
The Collie River Valley Tourist Park is a great place to stay for visitors, with a range of accommodation options available, including caravan sites and cabins.
Hike the Collie River Trail
For those looking for an outdoor adventure, the Collie River Trail is a beautiful 10 km walk or cycle trail that follows the Collie River.
Wellington National Park
Wellington National Park is located just 8 km from Collie town center, and is home to beautiful swimming holes, walking trails and natural attractions, such as the Honeymoon Pool and Potters Gorge.
Where to eat
Collie has a great range of dining options to choose from, including cafes, pubs, and restaurants serving up delicious local produce.
Collie has a range of accommodation options to suit all budgets, including motels, hotels, and bed and breakfasts.
Collie is a beautiful town with plenty to offer visitors. With stunning natural attractions, great places to eat and stay, and a thriving arts scene, it is definitely worth a visit when exploring the South West region of Western Australia.