With assistance from our experienced, knowledgeable and supportive cave guides, students explore the limestone cave environment including its formation, flora, fauna and conservation requirements. They will learn about the variety of cave speleothems, understand how these grow and what influences their development. They will marvel at the fauna which exists in the depths and darkness of the cave, and examine the stories surrounding the caves from the perspective of Indigenous Australians and European Settlers alike.
A variety of educational adventures and less adventurous leisure experiences are available to cater to all different ages and fitness levels. Soft adventure tour options such as the Ancient Riverbed Tour (Ngilgi Cave) ensure educational discovery and fun team focused achievement.
Special School Group pricing is available for all tour options.
Feel free to download our Teacher Guide with information on all our tours and our complimentary Education Packages.
For bookings or further information, please contact us via [email protected] or (08) 9780 5911
We had the best time! The children have not stopped talking about their adventure. It is always great to set challenges and the feel good feeling of putting oneself out there is fantastic. Don't change anything, your guides were outstanding and the activity well worth doing.Betty Gild Head of Primary, Carmel School
The kids all had a great time!! The guides were excellent, very interesting and the kids were very keen to learn all they could. I will definitely be back next year!!Addy Godwin, Teacher, Our Lady of Lourdes
The cave was the highlight of the camp for most of the students...We look forward to bringing another group through next year.Alison Lethlean, Lynwood Senior High School
It was FANTASTIC! Thank you very much for the great experience...The students favourite parts are detailed in their letters. Personally I loved the adventure and the engagement levels that were invoked in the kids. The knowledge you all had was awesome. Thank you very much for the wonderful experience.Chelsea Woodcock, St. Annes School