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Tip passes to be provided for community clean-ups

The Shire of Collie is providing complimentary tip passes for members of the community who are conducting organising community clean-ups in the shire. A single-entry tip pass will be provided from the Shire of Collie administration building for free disposal of waste collected during the clean-up. Clean-up volunteers are urged to consider personal safety and…

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Tree planting days help revitalise river

Help the Friends of the Collie River and the Shire of Collie’s revitalisation efforts by joining in with community tree planting days being held this month. During 2018, the Shire of Collie and the Friends of the Collie River collaborated to plant 15,000 seedlings and trees, as well as carrying out maintenance and litter collection…

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Now is the time to invest

Two prime lots in Collie’s main street are available for the right development that will enhance the current offerings. Expressions of interest are being invited for Lots 2872 and 27 Throssell St, Collie. Both lots are owned in freehold by the Shire of Collie. These parcels of land offer high exposure on a busy highway,…

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Community goes Walkabout for CBD

Following on from a previous Business Connection event that looked at sparking creative ideas to activate our central business district, community members out into the streets at the Business Connections: CBD Walkabout. Community members are invited to join the roving discussion about the possibilities for our CBD, starting and finishing at the Goods Shed, from…

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Reminder about aerosol disposal

Due to changes in kerbside recycling in August 2018 residents have been asked not to put aerosols into Recycling or General Waste bins due to them being flammable as well as toxic. When these aerosols are put into kerbside bins they can come into contact with other unknown items that can cause harm to others.…

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Collie Adventure Trails

Collie will be developed as a world class mountain bike and trail adventure destination offering stunning landscapes and epic trails. The project The Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions look forward to working closely with the community in the development of new trails and recreation facilities, including the following: Wellington National Park 65km of high-quality,…

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Fire fighters pitch in

A group of Collie volunteer firefighters from Fire and Rescue Service and Bushfire Brigades have been deployed to help fight fires in Queensland. They are part of a 21-firefighter deployment sent from the South West and the second deployment from Western Australia so far. They are working as part of a national effort to bring…

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National Tree Planting Day

The Friends of the Collie River in conjunction with the Shire of Collie and Collie Rotary Club are holding a planting session at 9am, Saturday, 27 July 2019, meeting at David-Hay Street. The planting will enhance the newly constructed Collie River Trail. Bring a hat and gloves, everything else is supplied. For further information, please…

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Community Perceptions Survey is now live

The 2019 Shire of Collie Community Perceptions Survey is now live on the Shire of Collie’s Yoursay page. The Shire of Collie is keen to learn more about how residents regard local services, facilities and developments. This will assist the Shire to develop strategies that meet the needs of the community. You can complete the…

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Community goes walkabout for CBD

Landowners, business owners and community members have come together to look at creative ways to activate Collie’s central business district at two recent events. The first CBD Revitalisation Business Connection session used a creative process to explore ways to increase foot traffic, attract new activities to fill vacant premises and increase the turnover and viability…

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