Recognised as a WA SuperTown, Collie is a significant base for major industrial activity including mining of coal and bauxite, and refining, as well as being home to the coal-fired Muja, Collie and Bluewaters power stations.
Set in the picturesque Collie River Valley, the Shire is surrounded by forests and conservation parks and its tourism industry is growing steadily. Natural attractions include the Wellington National Park, Harris Dam, and the Collie River. The Bibbulmun Track - a world class 1,000km walk trail - and the Mundabiddi long distance off-road cycle trail, both pass through the Collie townsite.
Just minutes from the town centre, at Morrison Way, the Collie Light Industrial Area (LIA) is on track to become an important site for support services in relation to big industries, and has a key role in the bigger picture for the economic growth of Collie and the region.
Together with LandCorp's Shotts Industrial Park, the two developments underpin the area's present and future industrial land needs.
Lots currently available in the Collie Light Industrial Area range from 2,000sqm to 1.55ha and are priced from $150,000 to $590,000.