Learning Ways
Encounter Ecology Programs

  • Ways To Nature is temporarily closed until further notice as we leave WA's beautiful Bindjareb region and relocate to Victoria in May 2023.

Learning Ways

Encounter Ecology School Holiday Programs

The Encounter Ecology School Holiday Program schedule is currently paused. Apologies for the inconvenience.

Encounter Ecology programs provide enriching experiences and activities, encouraging children to learn about the natural world and enhance their connection with nature. Delivered in the best kind of classroom – outdoors in our local reserve! With my background in zoology, you can be assured of high quality content that children will find fun and engaging.

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Night Ramble

Night Ramble tours are hibernating and no departures are currently scheduled. 

Are you up for a nocturnal adventure?

Explore the bush at night with a spotlighting tour! Learn about fascinating nocturnal wildlife as we take a walk around the bush trails of local reserves and national parks. Search for the animals creating curious hoots, croaks, rustlings and eye-shines observed in the bush after sunset.

When:  Departure times depend on sunset times, please refer to booking page.
Where: Depatures locations vary. Please refer to booking page for more information.
Age:  8+ years.
Price: Adult $30   Concession (Senior/Student) $27   Child $20
1.25 hour


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Homes and Habitats

Homes and Habitats tours are currently paused and no departures are scheduled. 

What makes a good home? Learn the weird and wonderful ways animals take shelter and stay safe in their bushland home. Discover the important habitat features on which our wildlife depend – a home that takes 150 years to build?? Come and find out why…

Locations: Marlee Reserve and Samphire Cove Nature Reserve.
Age:  Best suited for ages 8-14 years. Children under 8 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian
Price: $25 per child. Accompanying adult (1 per booking) $12.50
Duration: 1.5 hours
Departure: 1pm

The most beautiful gift of nature is that it gives one pleasure to look around and try to comprehend what we see.

~Albert Einstein