It’s been a fantastic autumn hiking season for schools on the Cape to Cape Track! Our schools team (pictured below) is working hard to deliver engaging, meaningful and empowering itineraries and activities for young people in the WA, interstate and internationally.

Creating memories to last a lifetime

We’re planning and implementing a range of age and skill-appropriate activities for a variety of school groups who visit the Capes to Capes region. There’s a focus on developing an interest in mature, creating moments of awe and wonder, and creating memories to last a lifetime!

Epic hiking in Margaret River and meeting cultural custodians

More than 100 Year 8 students from Georgiana Molloy Anglican School in Busselton shared a magical three day camp hosted by Cape to Cape Explorer Tours. On Day 1 they hiked 7Km from Yallingup to Wyadup with our experienced schools guides Bree, Rusty, Paul, Andrew, Sophie and schools coordinator James. They also enjoyed a Welcome to Country ceremony from custodians Bill and Nina Webb.

More adventures for schools on the Cape to Cape Track

Day 2 involved a private paddle kayaking on the Margaret River. A one-hour surf safety lesson at Rivermouth Beach. Students also completed the brain-teasing Leonardo’s Bridge activity. And explored Calgardup Cave with our team of caving specialists – Andrew, Rusty and Kristy. On Day 3, students packed away their campsite and headed to beautiful Meelup for some beach activities and a celebratory sausage sizzle!

Other youth groups hiking on the Cape to Cape Track

Twenty juniors aged 12-18 from the Mandurah Surf Life Saving Club also joined us for a two-day Cape to Cape adventure this season. They hiked 7km from Redgate to Contos. And then relished a guided tour of magnificent Giants Cave for a private 1.5 hour exploration. Day two involved kayaking the Margaret River with our guides, capped off with a barbecue lunch.

International school groups on the Cape to Cape Track

Meanwhile, eight brave Australian International School Singapore students and three staff completed the 124km Cape to Cape Track from end to end in 7 days. They carried all of their cooking equipment, food, tents and other gear as part of their Duke of Edinburgh gold award. Cape to Cape Explorer Tours assisted with transfers to and from Perth, plus a wealth of on-track knowledge and emergency support.

Walking in nature to stimulate wonder and awe

Our local Yallingup Steiner School also joined us for sensory bushwalks, with more than 100 students taking part. The 8-week bush walking program had a focus on sensory, tactile nature walks designed to stimulate interest and wonder with the natural world! They were led by schools guides Bree, Andrew, Paul, Colin and James. One class per week tackled a 3km-5km walk covering different sections of the Cape to Cape Track. For more info on our schools program or for a quote, contact our Schools Coordinator James Hartley  at schools@capetocapetours.com.au
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