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Nov
16
Sat
Unity Bank Collie Show @ Collie Show Grounds
Nov 16 @ 9:00 am – 10:00 pm
Unity Bank Collie Show @ Collie Show Grounds | Collie | Western Australia | Australia

The Collie Show is once again looking to be a great day of fun and entertainment for all the family culminating in a great fireworks display.

There will be plenty for the Adults to do such as workshops, live music and market stalls to check out.

The kids have lots to see and do as well with face-painting, workshops and a petting zoo.

Show favourites will be there such as show bags, side-show-alley, market stalls and equestrian events and much, much more!

Children 13 and Under FREE!

Dec
21
Sat
Collie Christmas Pageant
Dec 21 all-day
Collie Christmas Pageant

Come along and celebrate a traditional Christmas at the annual Lions Club of Collie’s annual Christmas Pageant.

The Pageant is a major event on Collie’s calendar, with a variety of markets and street entertainment and a community concert.

The iconic Street Parade between 6pm and 7pm is always a highlight.

Santa is very much a part of the evening, participating in the Parade in his sleigh, and posing for photographs with children.

Browse the markets all through the beautiful Central Park between 2pm and 8.30pm, while the kids are kept amused by a huge variety of free entertainment on offer.

The Collie Christmas Pageant is an alcohol-free event.

Proudly supported by Collie & Districts Community Bank Branch, Coates Hire Collie, Shire of Collie, Coal Miners’ Welfare Board, Collie Mail, Premier Coal, Griffin Coal, Synergy, Unity Bank, Collie Chamber of Commerce & Industry and McDonald’s.

Feb
29
Sat
Collie Art Prize gala event @ Collie Art Gallery
Feb 29 all-day
Collie Art Prize gala event @ Collie Art Gallery | Collie | Western Australia | Australia

The Collie Art Gallery has once again launched one of regional Australia’s richest indivudal art prizes, following the success of the inaugural 2018 edition, which drew more than 500 entries nationally and attracted hundreds of visitors to the town.

The $64,000 total prize pool includes the acquisitive $50,000 Collie Art Prize (CAP2020) sponsored by the Collie Community Bank, two non-acquisitive Rotary Prizes, Whispering Pines People’s Choice Prize and the Collie Art Gallery Packers’ Prize.

ENTRIES

The Gallery is now calling on artists throughout the country to begin working on their pieces to address the theme of ‘Identity’. Entries open 31 October 2019, close 3 January 2020.

AWARD ANNOUNCEMENT

CAP2020, Rotary and Packers’ prize winners will all be announced at a gala event 29 February 2020. People‘s Choice to be awarded following the exhibition close.

EXHIBITION

An exhibition of the winners’ and finalists’ work is on show 10 am – 4 pm, seven days a week from 1 March until 5 April 2019. Entry fees apply.

Sep
18
Fri
Tom Quilty Endurance Ride @ Collie Race Club
Sep 18 – Sep 19 all-day
Tom Quilty Endurance Ride @ Collie Race Club | Collie | Western Australia | Australia

Collie is set to be the venue of the 2020 Tom Quilty Gold Cup, Australia’s prestigious National 160km event. The Collie tracks provide a beautiful ride along sandy and gravel tracks, over a mix of flat and undulating ground through farmland and forest. It is set to be run from our very own Collie Race Track over the Friday and Saturday.

The Tom Quilty Gold Cup Endurance Ride National Championship is the premier ride on the endurance calendar in Australia.  The prestige associated with winning this event, as well as competing, is immense. Making it the goal of all Australian endurance riders to attempt and be successful in this ride.  The original Tom Quilty gold cup is held in the ‘Stockman’s Hall of Fame’ in Longreach QLD as the inception of the Quilty Cup ride was nurtured by Queenslanders Erica and RM Williams who loved their distance riding. The Quilty was named after RM’s old mate Tom Quilty of Spring Vale Station in the Kimberley Ranges of WA, who on request donated the valuable gold cup.

 

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