Collie Tourism

The South West of WA is bursting with scenic routes, edible adventures and artistic treasures to explore. Collie has a host of attractions with suitability for all ages and interests.

Below you will find a list of the top 6 attractions in Collie- enjoy!


Check out to plan your trip.

Mountain Biking

You will be spoilt for choice with over 20 tracks to choose that circle around the Collie River. 

The trails range in difficulty from beginner to experienced bike riders.

Bike hire is possible from the Kiosk at the Dam in the Wellington National Park or at Crank'n Cycles in Collie's town centre.

Photo credits to Collie River Valley

Pop up Wagon Cafe

Why not have morning tea at this unique cafe? Baked goods and coffee from the Margaret River Coffee Co. are available from Wagon 537. 

Collie Art Gallery

A beautiful purpose built gallery that has new and exciting exhibitions. 

Check out their website to see what is going on: 

Water Galore

The Collie River has an abundance of natural pools to explore and lakes to visit. 

The Collie River Valley recommends seeing Stockton Lake, Honeymoon Pools and Minninup Pool to start with. 

If you prefer an enclosed swimming area, check out the Central Park kids water park.

Bibbulmun Track

This scenic track extends over 1000km from Kalamunda in the Perth Hills right down to Albany. 

Whilst you don't need to cover that many miles, there are marked tracks that cover shorter distances if you fancy stretching your legs. 

Replica Coal Mine

To discover some of Collie's coal mining history, visit the Replica Coal Mine at the Collie Visitor Centre. 

Take a guided tour or self-guide your way around the exhibit to learn about this form of power generation.