School Programs

Invoke wonder and respect for our amazing natural landscape with a cave or lighthouse visit

Students investigate the stunning limestone cave environment of the Leeuwin-Naturaliste Ridge and relive the past at our historical and operational lighthouses. Our expert guides will take you through the history, science and stories, leaving kids eager to learn more.

For bookings or information, contact our Education Officer, Barry Lequaietermaine or click the links below.

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Tour guide conducts an education session inside Ngilgi Cave, Yallingup WA.

Educational Experiences

We have curriculum-based education programs covering Pre School to Year 12

Cave Tours

Science and History Cave Tours

Experienced guides lead students through the mystery, history and culture of the amazing caves in the Southwest

Megafauna Workshop

Transport students back in time to when Megafauna roamed the Australian continent with this hands on workshop and cave tour

Megafauna Nightstalk

As the sun sets, learn about the Megafauna species that lived in this area and then enter Mammoth Cave on a private tour with our guides

Ngilgi School Cultural Tour

Connect with the cave. Hear the stories and learn the bushtucker, medicine and fire lighting skills of the Wadandi people

Lighthouse Tours

Shipwrecks and Settlers Program

Take a journey through time and learn how the first settlers and lighthouse keepers lived at the remote Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse

Culture and Heritage Program

Hear the tales of when oceans were highways and of discovery and settlement of wild Cape Leeuwin

Kaya Cape Experience

Learn about the deep connection the Wadandi people have to the Cape to Cape region on this interactive excursion

Cape Cultural Experience

Explore the hidden wonders of Cape Naturaliste on this guided walk and hands on tour of the cape with a local Wadandi member


Experience the high ropes, archery and team-building activities on offer amongst the tall tuarts at Forest Adventures South West.

With 77 activities spread over 6 courses of varying height and difficulty, students of all ages (from 7 years old) and abilities can enjoy a fun, safe and rewarding experience.

As well as the high ropes, we offer archery and a suite of hands-on team building activities so you can make a day of it.

For bookings or information, contact our Education Officer, Barry Lequaietermaine or click the links below.



Meet some of the magnifcent resident birds of prey close-up during twice daily Birds of Prey Encounters. Birds of Prey encounters run for approximately 40 minutes at 11.00am and 1.30pm daily. The encounters feature the rare opportunity to have your photograph taken with a raptor.

The Centre provides the main care and rehabilitation facility for raptors in Western Australia. It currently offers a permanent home to over 40 birds of prey, including Eagles, Hawks, Falcons and Owls which are unable to return to the wild, with many more birds rehabilitated and released each year.

A 1km bush walk among native flora allows visitors to view aviaries housing resident diurnal and nocturnal birds of prey.

For bookings or information, contact our Education Officer, Barry Lequaietermaine or click the links below.


Curriculum Activity Packages

Complimentary History, Geography and Science activity packs are available to add to your students' experience and learning.

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Phone number: (08) 9757 7411

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