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Tracks and trails

A great variety of mountain bike, walking and dual-use tracks and trails can be found in the Collie region.

There’s bound to be something to suit, whether you’re an experienced mountain bike rider or novice, or looking for a short walk or a longer bush adventure. So don’t forget to pack your bike or walking shoes and enjoy the great outdoors in the beautiful Collie River Valley.

A word of caution – even if you plan a short walk or bike ride, make sure that you tell someone where you plan to go, your estimated time of arrival, carry plenty of water, sunscreen and hat. Be aware that on many parts of the bush tracks there will be no mobile phone coverage.

Staff at the Visitor Centre are happy to assist with advice on the tracks and trails in town.

Maps, guidebooks and brochures are available.

Important Warnings and Reminders!!

  • Lennard Track is now closed to vehicles for the winter months due to recent rains.  This includes area from River Road to Sailors Gully and the Jump Ups.  The track will be reopened in Spring when the track will  be in a sustainable condition for vehicle access.

Wellington National Park

The beautiful forests and valleys of the National Park are a mecca for bushwalkers and mountain bike riders. Several trails are located within the Honeymoon Pool-Quarry picnic areas and offer a variety of experiences depending on your fitness level. Maps are available from the Visitor Centre or can be downloaded here. Some parts of these…

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Ray’s Trail (MTB)

Ray’s Trail is located on the outskirts of Collie and is part of the Arklow Network, is an example of how to cram as much single track as possible into a small area, twisting and turning on itself many times. The trail runs in a clockwise direction. The first few kilometres are mainly flat(and twisty)…

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Mount Lennard Mountain Bike Trails

Mt Lennard, located south west of Wellington National Park off Pile Road, has over 40km of mountain bike trails for riders of all levels. The trails weave through the mature Jarrah forest and provide spectacular views of the lower Collie River Valley. Trails include: Lennard Half Circuit – 6km and suitable for families Butcher –…

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Munda Biddi

The Munda Biddi Trail (which means path through the forest in the Nyoongar Aboriginal language) has been designed for cyclists of all ages and experience levels. The trail begins in Mundaring near Perth and stretches through magnificent bushland and forested areas to end in Albany. The trail uses a network of bush tracks, firebreaks and…

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Karak (Red Tail) Trail

The Karak Trail (Noongar word for the red-tailed black cockatoo) is accessible to walkers, cyclists, families with prams, wheelchairs and gophers, with rubbish bins and seating dotted along its length. It is a 3.5km tarmacked path that starts west of the Collie Cemetery and meanders through the lovely state forest to end in Allanson on…

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Collie Wagyl Biddi

The newest of the Collie MTB Trails the Collie Wagyl Biddi starts at Soldier’s Park and consists of five trails that are suitable for riders of all levels and hand bikes. The trail is designed around a key beginner classification spine trail linking Soldiers Park to Reserve 15783. Connecting loops, ranging from beginner to intermediate,…

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Walk-It Collie

In 2013 the Shire of Collie published a brochure of seven walking loops in the Collie town area. There are seven loops ranging from 1.4kms to 4.6km in length, so there is a walk for everyone. Walks have been developed with the landscape and Collie landmarks in mind. The Collie River, views, heritage buildings and…

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Collie to Darkan Rail Trail

The 46.5km Collie to Darkan Rail Trail is a multi use trail, suitable for walking, cycling and horse riding. It begins 20km east of Collie and finishes at the old Darkan Railway Station. Bowelling Station, located 39km east of Collie, is the main overnight stopover point but siding sites may be used if required. It’s…

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Collie River Walk

The Collie River walk is a well marked 10km track that follows the Collie River, it is suitable for walking or cycling. Picnic facilities and information shelters along its length make for a relaxing outing for the whole family. The walk crosses the Swinging Bridge, a suspension bridge with views of the Collie River. Parking…

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Collie Central Precinct Walk

This delightful 2km walk around the Collie CBD offers a glimpse into Collie’s past whilst celebrating many of the modern new facilities in the town. Pick up a leaflet from the Collie Visitor Centre and set off for a meander through past and present.

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Arklow Trail Network

The Arklow Trail Network is situated approx. 5 km north of Collie on Harris River Road. You will find the trail head at Ray’s Trail car park, on the right hand side, just past the Harris River Estate Winery and with over 35 km of trails to ride, there is something for everyone. There is…

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Bibbulmun Track

This world famous walking track, stretching 1000km from Kalamunda to Albany meanders through the scenic Shire of Collie. The track is a dedicated walking track and campsites and huts can be found along the way. The Track is marked with yellow triangular markers symbolising the Waugal- the rainbow serpent of the Aboriginal Dreamtime. You can…

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