The Geographe region represents the entry to the South West from Perth, comprising the three major centres of Harvey and Collie inland, and Bunbury on the coast. It also includes the smaller towns of Capel, Dardanup, Boyanup, and the stunning vistas of the Ferguson Valley. The Geographe region offers easy accessibility and transport options, access to a broad range of modern facilities in Bunbury and a variety of scenic locations from the estuarine inlet and coastline around Bunbury, the rugged hills and rivers around Harvey and collie, and the magnificent rolling countryside of the Ferguson Valley.

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Located in the huge shed at the South West Rail & Heritage Museum is a fantastic collection of old machinery, tractors, farm equipment and working memorabilia, most well restored and in good working order. This is an amazing collection and very…

Located in the back street of Boyanup is this somewhat surrealistic collection of old trains, steam engines and carriages sitting in the open-air or housed in a massive shed – complete with platform and siding. The train shown was once used in…

Built in a traditional Norman style the church has superb brass candlesticks and an altar crucifix which reputedly date from the seventeenth century. In the Sanctuary is a large mural which took 8 months in 1922 to paint.

6km west of Collie township is Black Diamond, an old open cut coal mine now utilised as a crystal clear swimming hole. The lake is 750 metres in length and virtually sits on the banks of the Collie River, which flows just metres beyond the far end…