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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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.

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,…

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…

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.

Built to honour those fallen in war, the Soldiers Memorial Park providesᅠan 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…