Follow the tree-lined path of WA peppermints along the Collie River to the dedication rose garden and memorial built to honour those fallen in war.
The entrance gates were erected as a memorial to WWI soldiers, while the archway was built to celebrate the State’s Centenary in 1929.
A Sacred Stone honours those members of the Aboriginal community killed in wars.
The Park is an idyllic spot for a picnic, with shady Camphor Laurel trees, gas BBQ, playground equipment, gazebo and lawns.
The park features a Liberty Swing, designed for use by those in wheelchairs.
Dogs are also allowed at the park on a leash. You can access the Collie River Walk from Soldier’s Memorial Park.
Corner of Johnston & Steere Streets, Collie