The Cape to Cape Track and the Margaret River Region provide an awe-inspiring and diverse platform school groups and youth to participate in a wide variety of nature based activities.
We understand that each your has specific outcomes they wish to achieve through their trip to the south west. At Cape to Cape Explorer Tours we pride ourselves on our flexibility and our desire to meet your specific needs through our various experience based activities and our thematic approach to interpreting the landscape and history of this very special part of the world.
Cape to Cape Explorer Tours have devised a number of activities that allow youth of all ages to make the decision to challenge themselves, as well as facilitating a safe and fun environment to work both individually and as a team.
Welcome to Country
The Wadandi Nyoongar people are the traditional custodians of the land that encompasses the Margaret River Region. Josh Whiteland from Koomal Dreaming provides a moving 'Welcome to Country' experience.
Hiking along the Cape to Cape Track gives the opportunity to completely disconnect from technology and appreciate the beauty and hostility of the coastline. Hiking is very empowering, meditative and challenging, allowing students to accept responsibility for their own well being.
Beneath the surface of the Leeuwin Naturaliste Ridge there are over 150 limestone cave formations. Our qualified and experienced guides can take your group to explore the underground world in either Giants, Calgardup or Golgotha Cave.
Cape to Cape Explorer Tours has devised a number of team building and leadership activities to encourage positive communication, cooperation and cooperation. Raft building, Spider's Web, Leonardo's Bridge and Toxic Waste are just some of the challenges that make the loop a lot of fun.
The beautiful Margaret River reaches the Indian Ocean in Prevelly, where kayaking up the river is absolutely stunning. Enjoy spotting Black Brim swimming under the kayaks and the spectacular view of the historical Walcfliffe House on the river's southern banks.
The Ngari Capes Marine Park surrounds the entire axe head of the Capes Region and makes for some magnificent snorkelling. Our water trained guides will keep your group safe and find the perfect place to enjoy the wonders below the oceans surface.
Working with Margaret River Surf School, students and youth are given the opportunity to challenge themselves and learn a new skill.
Marine Debris Collection
Cape to Cape Explorer Tours have joined the Australian Marine Debris Initiative hosted by Tangoroa Blue. Collecting and evaluating debris from the Western Australian shoreline can be an empowering and surprising experience.
Abseiling and Rock Climbing
Abseiling and rock climbing provides the opportunity for youth to challenge themselves by choice and experience a different perspective of the coastline or forest. Working with Margaret River Climbing Company, we can abseil or rock climb at a number of locations, including the Wilyabrup Sea Cliffs or the Boranup Forest.
Our thematic approach gives the opportunity for youth and students to fully immerse themselves in a variety of aspects that make up this fantastic region. By addressing different aspects of the region, a greater depth of understanding and appreciation can be gained.
Granite gneiss and Tamala limestone make up the building blocks of the Cape to Cape Track. Learn of the stories of how these rocks have become the foundation of the Leeuwin Naturaliste National Park.
Flora and Biodiversity
Lying within one of 36 internationally recognised biodiversity hotspots, the South West Ecoregion is home to over 6,000 species of flora. Each have adapted to thrive in this environment over a very long period of time.
Complementing the unique flora of the region, the area is home to a number of species that are found nowhere else in the world. Stories of the animals of the past and the threats to our native fauna in the future provide perspective on the fragility of life on earth.
Devil's Lair Cave is one of the most important archaeological sites on the plants, revealing that the Wadandi Nyoongar people have been living in this area for over 58,000 years. Since the arrival of the European settlers in the early 19th century, there has been some warming stories between the settlers in and the Wadandi people.
Two hundred years before the French arrived to explore the area between the Capes, the Dutch had already spotted and noted the most southwest corner of Australia. In 1931, the first settlers arrived in Augusta and over the last 85 years, many stories have come from their successes and failures of the land.
Drug and Alcohol Awareness
We have worked closely with the Local Drug Action Group to present a number of camps with local youth groups. Learning about the chemistry of the brain and the natural highs we can embrace, students can have the opportunity to openly discuss why people might choose to use alcohol and drugs.
Team Building and Leadership
What does it take to be a good leader or to be part of a strong team? We explore the ideas of effective communication and trust.
The environment can be a hostile place with very real consequences. Groups will have the chance to explore tactics and techniques to find water, water and create shelter and warmth.