A local beauty spot ideal for picnics and bushwalking.
affords a panoramic view of the town and Koombana Bay.
recalls the fact that for almost 100 years, Collie coal provided the energy for Western Australia's expansion.
dates from 1880 and is one of the oldest buildings in Bunbury. It has been fully restored as a museum and houses a collection of pioneer relics.
named after the Aboriginal word meaning "calm and peaceful", is a popular swimming beach overlooking the sheltered waters of Koombana Bay. Water-skiing, yachting and fishing are favourite pastimes on ...
Enjoy a fascinating tour of the prominent Collie landmark, All Saints Church. Discover the intricate detail of the historic church’s interior and examine the 17th Century brass candlesticks and altar ...
Another beauty spot ideal for picnics and bushwalks, where freshwater lobster (marron), provides particularly good in-season fishing, along with perch and trout.