Living a rural lifestyle neighbouring the Wellington National Park, your Tour Guide, Alison's passion continues from a young age with natural environments and history. Alison welcomes you to Collie, and she looks forward to sharing her nature-based experiences & local knowledge with you through guided tours in the Collie River Valley. Focusing on Wildflowers, Mural & Heritage Tours.
Tours range from one hour to five-hour Wildflower Wonders with our new 8000sqm Dam Mural in beautiful Wellington National Park & more with local nature reserves.
On the local trails daily and with 15 years in group outings & transfers, we can offer a safe accredited 4WD transfer experience for up to four passengers.
We can accommodate you along the trails in comfort.
Call Alison on 0427 981 187 for a trail transfer service in the Collie River Valley,
Collie Darkan Rail Trail
Wiilman Bilya - Wellington National Park
Wambenger Bike Trails
or Southwest Western Australia.
Departing from the Visitor Center 156 Throssell Street, Collie Western Australia. This popular spring wildflower walk discovers many of our local area’s most diverse and spectacular habitats. Please bring appropriate outerwear, sturdy walking equipment/shoes, water, sunscreen, hat and snacks. Don't forget your camera.
Grade 3 with some rock and uneven ground. Walks are appropriate for children age 10 years and older, accompanied by an adult (max eight persons) but please leave your dog at home.
Wildflower Walk destinations are to be determined by what is blooming where and when.
The Mural tour features more than 20 murals in this unique outdoor gallery.
Exploring the streets & alleys of Collie with themes on the Environment, Indigenous and Heritage by Western Australian Artists.
Local guide Alison participated in design, consultation and also volunteered painting for the installation of THE BONES OF COLLIE #7 on the Collie Mural Trail Map.