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    Houseboats on the Blackwood River

    You could be somewhere up the Amazon, or shivering with trepidation around Cape Fear, or maybe watching out for Anacondas, or simply enjoying a romantic cruise under the stars. Whatever the storyline, the possibilities are endless. These houseboats are available for self sailing up the Blackwood River from Augusta and open up a range of […]

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    Augusta Boat Harbour

    Opened in late 2014, the Augusta boat harbour now provides a safe harbour and modern boating facilities for commercial and recreational fishermen. The setting and facilities are excellent and this provides the opportunity for further commercial development. Current activities include: – whale watch cruises June – Nov – fishing – crayfish, king crab and abalone […]

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    Stingrays of Hamelin Bay

    Hamelin bay is not only one of the most stunningly beautiful beaches, it is also home to a colony of friendly stingrays. Attracted by the bits of fish discarded by fishermen, these rays regularly visit the shore to graze and have become so used to people they can be gently patted and hand fed. They […]

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    Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse Settlement

    At the base of Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse are the original settlement houses for the lighthouse keeper. One of the buildings now houses a cafe but the opportunities for use of these building as a “community” grouping are there for the taking.

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    Soldiers Park

    Built to honour those fallen in war, the Soldiers Memorial Park provides¬†an idyllic, picturesque spot along the Collie River with shady Camphor Laurel trees, gazebo and lawns. The entrance gates were erected as a memorial to WWI soldiers, while the archway was built to celebrate the State’s Centenary in 1929. A Sacred Stone honours those […]

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    Wellington Dam

    Wellington Dam was developed on the Collie River as a Hydro Power Station. It provides quite a spectacular sight and offers an abundance of potential sites that may be suitable for filming.

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    Worsley workers cottage

    Worsley is a small town about 15km west of Collie. The town’s name comes from the Worsley River, a tributary of the Collie River, that is located nearby. Old workers cottages such as this were built to house the coal miners and are dotted around the town.

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    The Victoria Hotel

    Built in 1903 the Victoria Hotel Collie is a well established “local” hotel. While recently refurbished, it is in the heart of the heritage precinct of Collie and captures the style and grace of days gone by. Besides a traditional bar, it also features a restaurant and accommodation.

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    Old Steam Train, Collie

    Coal mined in the Collie region was transported to Bunbury by rail, and a number of old train carriages and this old steam train are housed in one of the sheds in town, maintained bu the Collie Heritage and Men’s Shed group.