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Banksia Motel

44 Wittenoom Street, Collie WA 6225

Plenty of rooms at the Banksia Motel with plenty of parking at the rear of the motel and is monitored by video cameras 24/7. Beautifully kept gardens including swimming pool and BBQ area. Relax and have a drink, keep cool by the pool and get the family togetehr. Our friendly staff will make sure you enojy your stay with us.

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Collie Forest Motel

Atkinson Street, Collie WA 6225

Just a short distance from the heart of Collie and set against a backdrop of tall waving trees, the Collie Forest Motel is situated in a quiet peaceful area of local bushland. The Collie Forest Motel offers good accommodation at affordable prices. All apartments are fully self contained and have spacious well appointed living areas, reverse cycle air-conditioning, satellite television and direct dial phoning. Some of the many attractions to enjoy whilst in the Collie region include - bush walking on the Bibbulmun Track, white water rafting on the Collie River or Wellington Dam and a beautiful scenic drive over the Coalfields Highway. The Collie Forrest Motel is a two hour drive from Perth and just a short drive from the City of Bunbury and the towns of Harvey and Donnybrook.

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Collie Motel

127 - 133 Throssell St, Collie WA 6225

Situated in the picturesque South West of Western Australia, the Collie township is nestled in a valley surrounded by forest. A two hour drive from Perth concludes with a delightful scenic drive over the Coalfields Highway. Some of the many attractions to enjoy whilst in the Collie region include; the Bibblimum Track, bush walking, white water rafting, fine food, motor sports, and of course the very comfortable 2.5 star accommodation at the Collie Motel and 3 star accommodation at the Collie Forest Motel. With a choice of either standard or budget, our conveniently located accommodation is ideal for an extended stay or just a stop over.

Collie Motel

127 Throssell Street, Collie WA 6225

Collie Ridge Motel

185- 195 Throssell Street, Collie WA 6225

Collie River Valley Tourist Park

1 Porter, Collie WA 6225
Located within a few blocks of the town centre, the Collie River Valley Tourist Park provides affordable accommodation with on-site vans and cabins in quiet and shady surroundings. Budget cabins are fully equipped with television, microwave, cutlery, plates and toaster. Full linen service including pillows available at reasonable rates. Plenty of food outlets in town with barbeque packs available from the park. With over 80 powered sites, powered tent sites also available, we welcome large groups and clubs (discounts apply). Well behaved dogs are welcome but must be on leads (conditions apply). Ideal for the Bibbulmun Track walkers, backpackers, holiday makers with families, travelling tourists and even the permanent resident.The Collie River Valley Tourist Park is only a short drive from Wellington Dam, Donnybrook and Harvey. Enjoy a visit to the many wineries in the region, stop over at Gnomesville or the King Jarrah tree in the Ferguson Valley. The beautiful Collie River is located close to the park, with swimming available at Minninup Pool.Walking accommodation packages available (by prior arrangement) consisting of pick up service from Bibbulmun Track, transport to park, overnight accommodation, breakfast and transport back to the track.

Wellington Dam Experience

Wellington Dam Road, Collie WA 6225
The Wellington Dam Experience offers a range of attractions. Located near Collie in the southwest, the dam will enthral you with its history, beautiful drives, stunning views and the Living Windows display. A number of informative displays allow you to learn about the dam's construction history and heritage; it is also worth taking one of the picturesque walk trails around the dam and through the surrounding Jarrah forest. The trails offer spectacular views of the Dam. Make sure you stop off at the Water Corporation's Dam Lookout which offers a view over the dam wall and into Collie River Gorge. Fishing is a popular recreational activity at the dam, with catches of Redfin Perch, Rainbow Trout and Marron in season. It is imperative that you have a recreational fishing license which can be purchased from your local post office. A stop at the dam's cafe is recommended as you may be joined by a number of beautiful birds including Blue Wrens, Rosellas and Robin Red Breasts. Camping is available at Wellington Dam, which is just a three hour drive south of Perth. Camping in Western Australia's natural areas is a special experience. ...