• The town of Collie, 200 kilometres south of Perth, lies in a scenic valley formed by the Darling Ranges. Collie has warm to hot summers, cool clear autumn days, crisp and occasionally misty winter days. Collie comes alive with colour in the springtime (September to November) as a diverse range of wildflowers start to bloom. Collie is proud of its long mining heritage. Visitors can gain an understanding of underground miners' lifestyle through a visit to the Replica Underground Coal Mine, located next to the Collie Visitor Centre. History buffs will enjoy the Coalfields Museum, Old Collie Goods Sheds, All

  • All Saints Church Collie
    All Saints Church Collie

    Enjoy a fascinating tour of the prominent Collie landmark, All Saints Church Collie. Discover the

  • Wellington Dam Experience
    Wellington Dam Experience

    The Wellington Dam Experience offers a range of attractions surrounding this impressive expanse of water.

  • Steam Locomotive Museum
    Steam Locomotive Museum

    The Steam Locomotive display, located next to the Collie Visitor Centre on Throssell Street, should

Collie Australia

Get Featured on About Australia