Collie is being developed as a world-class trail adventure town to attract local, national and international mountain bike and bushwalking tourists.
Collie is well recognised for its friendly, country-style hospitality and has long been popular for camping, water skiing and outdoor adventure activities. The spectacular Collie River, stretching from town through Westralia Conservation Park and Wellington National Park, with imposing granite outcrops, lush vegetation, rolling hills and steep rugged terrain, together create an ideal foundation on which to build a world-class trail network.
The new trails and facilities will not only create significant social and health benefits for local residents, but also make a significant economic contribution to the region by boosting visitor numbers and spending and creating economic opportunities for existing and new local businesses. Use of the trails will also raise awareness and appreciation for Collie’s unique natural environment and cultural heritage values.
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Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions – Parks and Wildlife Service
Working with the community, we will ensure that Western Australia’s environment is valued, protected and conserved, for its intrinsic value, and for the appreciation and benefit of present and future generations. We work with the community to ensure the nature of WA is conserved, for its intrinsic values and to sustain and enrich peoples…