1920's - COLLIE MOTORCYCLE CLUB
The origins of the Collie Motor Cycle Club dated back to the early 1920's with mainly road racing and speed trials, however as scrambles became more popular the Collie Club shifted it attension to that also, Three scramble tracks were built in the early years, the first being at what was refered to as the "Wheat Paddocks", then the "Collie Burn" track was formed near Cardif, the third was the Westralia course at Allinson.
1960's - WESTRALIA SCRAMBLE TRACK
The Westralia track was built in a disused gravel pit at Allanson west of Collie, The Collie Motor Cycle Club built the track to run in conjunction with its allready running venue east of the town, the clubs line of thinking was to give its riders the chance to race and practice on both a sandy boggy and a hard base gravel surface, The Westralia track held it first open scramble event in 1965.
1965 - WESTRALIA SCRAMBLE TRACK PROGRAMME
1967 - WESTRALIA SCRAMBLE TRACK SLIDESHOW
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1967 - GUNNER LINDSTROM
Gunner Lindstrom was a world class rider at the time under contract from Husqvarna, unable to race at the time because of his contract he still visited the Collie and Bunbury motorcycle clubs to conduct training sessions for local riders,
1967 - SPEEDWAY WESTSIDE MAGAZINE REPORTED
1968 - AUSTRALIAN SCRAMBLE CHAMPIONSHIP
The Collie Motorcycle Club hosted the 1968 Australian Scramble Championship at there Westralia track in 1968.
1968 - AUSTRALASIAN ROAD & TRACK REPORTED
1970 - SUNDAY INDEPENDENT NEWSPAPER REPORTED
Bunbury scramble rider Alan Mitchell had another good day at Collie on sunday when he recorded a win and two thirds. He easily won his heat of the 250cc scratch race from another Bunbury rider Phillip Bruce.
Later a single (car & bike) event was held at Minninup Pool near Allinson also.