the capes foundation

Dedicated to sustaining and sharing our region's rich environment, history and culture.

Capes Foundation Experiences

About us

Lake Cave

Capes Foundation is a division of the Margaret River Busselton Tourism Association (MRBTA) dedicated to sustaining and sharing our region's rich environment, history and culture. We have eight sites entrusted in our care - Ngilgi, Lake, Mammoth & Jewel caves, Cape Naturaliste & Cape Leeuwin lighthouses, Eagles Heritage & Forest Adventures - and work collaboratively with partners on regional initiatives.

The MRBTA is a self-funded, not-for-profit, incorporated association with over 50 years’ experience in supporting the Margaret River Region to thrive through tourism. We are driven by a vision that tourism in the Margaret River Region will be an experience which delights visitors, stimulates the regional economy, contributes to the region’s rich social and environmental values, and supports a vibrant Aboriginal culture.

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Partnerships & Projects

Capes Foundation works with partners on initiatives which have strong potential to contribute to the region’s social, cultural, environmental and Aboriginal health and vitality.

3,000 Generations & The Next One

This special presentation with Wadandi Elder, Dr Wayne Webb, and MRBTA Chair Stuart Hicks AO, offers the opportunity to discover what we can all do at the local level to support a vibrant Aboriginal culture and protect country.


The Capes Foundation curriculum-based education programs cover Pre-School to Year 12. The programs are designed to invoke wonder for the region’s unique natural environment, heritage and culture.

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Contact Us

Phone number: (08) 9757 7411

Learn about the latest Capes Foundation news and initiatives which are helping to ensure that tourism makes this region a better place to live, work and visit.

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