Park Category: Caravan Park
The Collie River Caravan park has a range of accommodation options and facilities to suit most tastes and budgets.
We look forward to making you very welcome on your next visit to Collie.
Cabins and on-site vans are fully equipped with TV, microwave oven, toaster, cutlery, plates etc. Linen, towels, pillows are all supplied in the price. If you should be visiting in winter, brrrr it is recomended that you bring an additional blanket with you, just in case it’s cold.
With over 80 powered sites (including powered tent sites) we are happy to welcome large groups and clubs (discounts apply).
Well behaved dogs are also welcome, but must be kept on a leash at all times (conditions apply).
Getting here is a snack. We are just 200 km south of Perth by road; a leisurely two hours drive through coastal bushland, lush dairy farms and horse studs. Taking the Collie turn-off from either the Coastal or South-West Highway a few kilometres short of the provincial City of Bunbury, the road climbs through rolling hills blanketed with jarrah forest, before you arrive in the town.
In Collie, look for the Tourist Information Centre at the western end of town, and turn right into Atkinson Street almost opposite. Follow the road up and over the hill, and turn right into Moore Street. Turn immediately right again into Watson Street and follow back up to the top of the hill, where you’ll find our park.
The town is surrounded by natural jarrah forest with bushwalking tracks, shady riverside picnic spots and scenic lakes, the perfect place to just wind down and get close to nature.
If that’s not your thing, we also have a first rate motorplex facility, a speedway, BMX racing and waterskiing lakes.
Around the town and close to our park we have a good range of sporting facilities including golf courses (grass greens), swimming, canoeing, horse riding and two gyms, or you may prefer a jog along the river bank.
For the watchers, the local football, hockey and cricket gladiators do battle on most weekends according to the season, with occasional horse racing and trotting meetings.
While here take in the swinging footbridge over the Collie River, the nearby arboretum, the art deco Miners’ Institute, and All Saints Church with its stunning mural.
Peckish? There is plenty of shopping, eating spots and take-away food, or you may prefer to sample the local produce (including picking your own blueberries). What about a drop of local wine or beer to wash that down with?
Oh yes, and the coal industry is still here. Coal Industry tours can be arranged (week days) for groups of 20 or more (buses only; no individual cars allowed). Conditions apply. You can also visit the museum and tourist mine, to see how it was done in the more modest style of a bygone era.
You can do just about anything, except get bored.