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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Originally the Roads Board building in Collie, the original timber building is still in place (built 1906) whilst the モnewヤ brick building was built next to it in 1930. The museum contains memorabilia from the Collie region and in particular mining…

The Collie Motorplex caters for cars, bikes and kart racing. Facilities include 1.6km race circuit, 1/8 mile club level dragstrip, burnout pad and area for hill climbs. An extensive road network throughout the motorplex would make it ideal for…

The Collie Courthouse was built in 1913 and is a heritage-listed building. After a fire in 1986 the building was renovated to include a new magistrates chambers, indoor toilet and a small kitchen. These modifications were made to blend in with the…

Long Pool is just one of many beautiful swimming spots in the Wellington National Park, located 18km west of Collie. With magnificent stands of jarrah, marri and blackbutt forests, Wellington NP is home to a wide variety of flora and fauna and is…

Collie was built on the back of coal mining and it is still one of the key cornerstones of the economy. Coal is used primarily for power generation and Collie’s landscape is testament to the prevalence of the industry in this valley.