Collie

Amid exciting new changes to travel restrictions across the south-west due to an easing of the COVID-19 crisis, ventures in Collie are preparing for a new and improved tourism industry once the pandemic has passed. Funds from the $2 million Collie Futures Small Grants Program have...

Collie is on track to becoming a prime trail adventure town, with the recent announcement of funding for new local tourism projects supported by the $2 million Collie Futures Small Grants Program. Accommodation suited for trails and mountain biking is currently limited, and these projects will...

We now find ourselves living in a world of ‘social distancing’ to manage the potentially devastating impacts of the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic. While there have been direct impacts on the delivery of the Collie Adventure Trails project, the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions (DBCA)...

Bunbury Geographe Tourism have recently published a great new mountain bike trail map for the Collie River Valley and Wellington National Park. The perfect way to find a trail to suit you – with 25 trails detailed from novice easy trails to more technical trails for the...

As more trails are built in Collie they are already attracting new businesses focussed on trails and trails tourism. TraaVerse is a family owned and operated trails and adventure business that recently opened in Collie. Owner Simone Fraser says that she and her family are excited...

Local residents and job seekers are being given the opportunity to diversify their skills into the trail construction industry.  The State Government is conducting a course for up to 20 Collie and Dwellingup residents to help them develop their skills to find a job in the...

The Collie Adventure Trails program is off to a flying start with construction completed on the 9.5km Arklow Adaptive trail.  The trail was designed to be a fun ride for disabled and abled bodied riders alike, accommodating hand cycles and giving mountain bike riders with a...