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Collie Golf Club

Collie Golf Club has received rave reviews from visiting golfers. "The best inland course in WA" and "what an outstanding lay-out" are among them. The 18-hole fully-reticulated course runs alongside the Collie River.

Collie, located 200 kilometres south of Perth, is a comfortable two and a half hour drive from the city, and just half an hour from the coastal city of Bunbury, in the picturesque Collie River Valley.


The Clubhouse, complete with an outside deck area, as seen from the ninth green.


The par 72, 6004 metre, layout provides a challenge for all golfers. However, the 6,004 metre course is not the sort of lay-out that makes the average golfer wobbly at the knees. 

The Club welcomes visitors who are assured of an interesting and enjoyable experience in negotiating the tree lined fairways, superb greens and dog-legs, while avoiding the sand traps, river and the notorious No. 16 fairway lake.


 Kangaroos have become accustomed to sharing their domain with golfers.


... and when the golf doesn't go to plan, as is often the case, golfers can still enjoy the abundance of flora and fauna, including the many kangaroos who have made the course their home.

The roos are not only popular with golfers but in recent years international, camera wielding, tourists have been making a bee-line to the fairways in order to get up close and personal with the national emblem. The course is recommended as a "must see" by tourist operators in the area due to the guarantee that "if you want to see kangaroos, we can guarantee that you'll see kangaroos".

Christmas trees add colour to the course, particularly when in full bloom during spring, and stand out against the natural bush vegetation.

Visitors and Members make use of the excellent clubhouse facilities before and after golf. The licensed bar and outdoors deck are ideal spots to sit and talk about the trials and tribulations of a round well (or not so well) played. The clubhouse also features a large lounge and dance floor area.

The Summer Open (early December) and Riverside Open (mid-March) are the club's two open events. They attract near capacity or capacity fields in the region of 200 players.