Scenic Drives – Bunbury, Collie, and Donnybrook

Natural Attractions

The scenic drive through Bunbury, Collie and Donnybrook provides a wonderful introduction to the highlights of the southwest countryside. Take a day or two to just meander through these lovely southwest towns, or if you have time, stop off and visit the myriad of attractions that are on offer.

Put your hiking boots on and explore much of this magnificent area on foot or bike. Collie Shire offers the longest part of the Bibbulmun Track and there are a magnificent range of walks and bike trails surrounding the town. Stop at one of the lookouts at the top of the Darling Ranges near Collie for a magnificent view to the coast. Visit Wellington Weir for lunch and a drive or walk around the expanse of water. You will be in awe of the beautiful countryside around Donnybrook, which maintains its lushness thanks to the high annual rainfall.

Bunbury is a two and a half hour drive south of Perth and is the capital of the state’s southwest region. Don’t forget to bring your camera and take frequent stops to capture the splendour of the region and this scenically impressive drive trail.


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