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Motor Power old

There is nothing more freeing that exploring a 4WD unsealed track with the breeze in your face. Or the adrenaline and excitement of motor racing action.



With three local tracks, there is always plenty of exciting motorsport events happening in Bunbury and Collie over the spring and summer months.

  1. Collie Motorplex
    The Collie Motorplex, located 14km east of Collie on Powerhouse Road is operated and managed for the South West community. The complex caters for car, bike and kart racing with numerous clubs utilizing the venue for driver training and social activities. Facilities include a 1.6km race circuit, 1/8th mile club level drag strip, purpose-built burnout pad plus extensive competitor and spectator parking. Varying levels of driver training are conducted and cater for a wide range of customers, ranging from high school students to the WA Police Driver Training Unit. The Motorplex (also the home of the Collie Motorsports Group) has now earned a great reputation as the home of regional motorsports in W.A.
  2. QUIT Collie Speedway
    The Collie Speedway was built in 1971 and has been running hot ever since. Located 7km north-east of Collie on Williams Road.
  3. QUIT Bunbury Speedway
    The Bunbury Speedway features a 530 metres dirt oval track. The track is a significant contributor to the sport of speedway in Australia and each year it hosts the Krikke Boys Memorial Race as well as other significant titles including a round of the World Series Sprintcars and the Speedcar Pro Series. It is operated by the Bunbury Car Club who built has held the lease on the venue since 1972.


If you prefer the power of 50 horses over just one, then BunGeo’s off-road adventures are more your speed. Feel the freedom of driving along one of our many 4WD accessible beaches including Belvidere, Peppermint Beach, Binningup and more – the oceans by your side and the wind is in your hair. Or witness the brilliant forest tracks, surrounded by towering Jarrah trees.


One of the few WA private trail bike parks is located in BunGeo. West Coast Trail Bike Safaris and Riding Park near Kirup is a licensed commercial tour operator. Their aim is to promote responsible off-road riding techniques by respecting our environment, landowners and anyone else using the precious trails of the South West region so they may remain open into the future.

The park is located on a private property of 1200 acres, consisting of young blue gum trees and natural bush set amongst an undulating countryside of granite outcrops, creeks and gullies. This Riding Park is for everyone to ride together in a safe and controlled environment using an arrow system, and is open to trail bikes and four-wheelers.

The trails are graded, a single arrow is an easy trail, a double arrow being an enduro trail and a triple arrow being technical riding for experienced riders. Tracks range from 2kms to 80 kms in length. There are also Skills training area, plus Kids trails and a Peewee track available. Camping is available but is unpowered, with toilet and show facilities. Open dates vary, so bookings are essential. Note, Because these parks are operated on private land you do not need a registered bike or a licence to ride there. You do however have to book and pay to use these facilities, as they are privately run businesses.

If you belong to a Motor trail club, you may also have access to other facilities in BunGeo, including trails at Ironstone, near Capel, which were recently used of the Motorcycling WA Capel 200.