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,guide books and brochures are available.
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 Visitor Centre and set off for a meander through past and present.
Collie River Walk
A 9km track follows the Collie River from Telfers Pool north of the township, south to Lions Park. Picnic sites and seats are located along the walk, which passes various local attractions including the Swinging Bridge, Arboretum and Soldiers’ Park. This track is suitable for walking and cycling. Dogs are permitted on a lead.
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.
Mt 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 the Lennard Half Circuit, Butcher, Grizzly, Pallet, Mill Brook and Wals Trails. Mill Brook and Wals trails will set the pulse racing on even the the most experienced riders. Maps are available from the Visitor Centre.
Munda Biddi Cycle Trail
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.
Wellington National Park