Trails

The Shire of Collie is an attractive Trails Town in the South West of Western Australia which provides locals and tourists a unique experience. The town of Collie is the service centre for these trails providing accommodation, services and associated products.

The Collie River Valley Trails Strategy 2018–2021 is an ambitious masterplan to develop and market trails within the Collie River Valley that link to the town of Collie and resulting in the development and recognition of Collie as a Trails Town.  This Strategy provides a comprehensive analysis of existing trails as well as the need and potential for additional trails to achieve the Strategy’s vision.  The complete strategy is attached below.

Collie River Valley Trails Strategy 2018 – 2021

A short graphic version of the strategy is here – Collie River Valley Trails Strategy Graphic Version (reduced size)

Also for those with partial sight, a more accessible version of the above is here –Collie River Valley Trails Strategy Graphic Version (Partially Sight Acc…

Collie and its surrounding area provides the following trails:

Further information regarding Collie’s Trails can be found via the following link. 

walking iconBushwalking & Urban Walks

  • Karak (Collie to Allanson) Trail
  • Walk-it-Collie Urban Trails
  • Collie River Walk
  • Bibbulmun Track Bushwalking Trail
  • Wellington National Park

biking iconMountain Bike & Cycle Trails

  • Collie to Darkan Rail Trail
  • Karak (Collie to Allanson) Trail
  • Arklow Mountain Bike Trail
  • Rays Mountain Bike Trail
  • Mount Lennard Mountain Bike Trails
  • Munda Biddi Cycle Trail

equestrian iconEquestrian Trail

  • Collie to Darkan Rail Trail

2WD iconDrive (2WD)

  • Action and Adventure Drive Trail
  • Cultural Drive Trail
  • Working Life Heritage Trail

4wd iconDrive (4WD)

  • Lennard Track, Sailors Gully and The Jump Ups

Trails Panel

The Shire’s Trails Planning Advisory Committee is made up of members of Council, representatives of local Hiking, Equestrian, Cycling and Trail Bike groups, the Ngalang Boodja Aboriginal Corporation, the Departments of Sport & Recreation and Parks & Wildlife. The aim of this Committee is to guide and support the development of trails within the Shire and to provide strategic direction and promotion for the establishment of Collie as a Trails Town.

Check out Collie’s trails and surrounding tourism attractions on Destination WA, which aired in February 2019.