Choose your adventure. Things to Do. Forest Explorers Allison Melvin offers guided tours of the Collie River Valley. She is passionate about nature surroundings and wildflowers and loves sharing her experiences and local knowledge through guided tours, focusing on wildflowers, mural and heritage tours. Tours range from one-hour to five-hour Wildflower Wonders, with our new epic Wellington Dam wall mural in the beautiful Wellington National Park. With more than 15 years working in Alzheimer’s, Aged Care, Individual Support and Disabilities, Allison’s tours can be customised for all. Find out more. Outback Horse Trails Outback Horse Trails is your little piece of horse and nature heaven, providing you the very best of experience on horse riding tours, with an emphasis on keeping you safe, enjoying the outdoors and being at one with your horse or pony. Founded in 2020 by Linda Yates, Outback Horse Trails is the sister business to her thriving Margaret River Riding School The Humble Horse. This started operations in 2009. Linda Yates first started with a passion to share this beautiful experience with her guests. “To be around the horses is just magic” Find out more. Eat and Drink. Harris River Estate Winery Harris River Estate is set on approximately 350 acres of premium farmland, adjacent to national forest bushland and the Collie River, with 25 hectares under vine producing between 5 to 10 tonnes of grape juice per hectare depending on the variety and endues. A single vineyard producer growing six grape varieties including Chardonnay, Verdelho, Viognier, Cabernet, Merlot and Shiraz. We are acknowledged for our classic range of wine as well as our range of sweet and funky wines. Wine is grown, made and bottled on site. They also produce craft beer and have a small range of Australian botanical-infused gins producing 200 litres of premium gin per batch. Find out more. Places to Stay. Black Diamond Lodge Black Diamond Lodge is the funkiest affordable accommodation in Collie, the perfect choice for your next adventure. Situated right in the centre of town, in between a pub and a deli, and within walking distance of the CBD, trailheads and other local attractions. Black Diamond Lodge can accommodate up to 45 people across 21 rooms, subject to availability. Affordable accommodation with relaxing outdoor spaces, a well-equipped communal kitchen and a flexible co-working space available for use by guests or for hire. During the colder months, a complimentary firepit kit is available to enjoy your evening around a campfire. Find out more. Collie River Valley Tourist Park An awesome base in Collie to explore the many attractions of the Bunbury-Geographe area, or just chill out, with a variety of accommodation choices. Collie River Valley Tourist Park has over 70 powered sites and 15 campsites for your caravan or tent. We also have Family Cabins for up to four people and Ensuite Cabins for a single person or couple. We are a pet-friendly park with strict conditions. Find out more. Mandia Cottage B&B Mandia Cottage is in the middle of a 20-acre hobby farm three kilometres from the centre of Collie. It is situated near the Bibbulmun Track and Munda Biddi Trail, so a perfect place to stay if hiking is your thing. It is complete with beautiful natural Australian bush, an olive grove and my lovingly tended veggie patch, a must for any Italian home. Accommodation options available include a self-contained cottage and a suite. Find out more. Red Tail Retreat Relaxed luxury, fully self-contained accommodation situated in the North of Collie, close to bike trails and perfect for a peaceful getaway. Facilities include a laundry, a self-contained kitchen and secure parking for a boat. Find out more.