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Collie is a place where nature and technology meet, having a lot of relaxing and beautiful sceneries. It is a perfect place to go on holidays. It also has a mild Mediterranean climate that will help you spend a great time with your family and friends. Collie surely is a place that will not disappoint you.

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Top Attractions Within Collie

The Steam Locomotive Museum is a museum you don't want to miss. Their collections of locomotives have been wonderfully restored to pristine condition that they all seem brand new, as if never been used. You will not only enjoy taking pictures of their display, you will also learn the significant role the railway line played on the development of Collie. So you better bring those cameras, you don't want to miss this for the world.
All Saints Anglican Church. After seeing those impressive locomotives, let us be prepared to be amazed by the beauty of the craftsmanship of Australians. This church was built in 1915. They have amazing brass candlesticks and an altar crucifix which was from the 17th century. But what really is interesting in this church is the very large mural which took 8 months to finish. The mural was originally painted on a large frame which was then attached to the church later on in 1922. The subject of this mural is also very interesting. On the far right are two miners in a pit tunnel and on the left side are two Aborigines under a tree.

Stockton Lake is not actually a lake but it used to be an open cut mine (not used anymore) that was transformed into a lake. So if you are in for some adrenaline, you can go skiing here or you can always just camp around the lake.

The Collie River is a magnificent place that is most definitely worth visiting. The landscape is relaxing and you will be able to breathe the fresh air and to admire the native plants. Walking along the river after parking your car is great, so if you are looking for a peaceful place and a unique experience, here is where you have to go to.

The Steam Locomotive Museum is giving you the opportunity to admire steam locomotives and get back in time. If you are a rail enthusiast, then this is the place you must not miss. Railway was very important part of the history of Collie, so find out what it is all about!

Wellington Dam Hydro Power Station is one turbine hydroelectric power station near Collie Town. It is one of the most important hydro power stations in Western Australia. Be sure to visit the power station that was built in 1950 and uses water from the Collie River.