Educational tours of our Advanced Water Recycling Plant and visitor centre have currently been suspended due to construction work.

Water recycling tours

Thank you for your interest in our education tours to the Advanced Water Recycling Plant in Craigie.

We have suspended tours due to the construction of our first full-scale Groundwater Replenishment Scheme.

We have a new Water Recycling incursion to replace our tours.



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Other excursions

Looking for more interactive excursions for your students? There are plenty of other excursions on offer from a range of different organisations.

Tours of the Catchment Carers' Trail, a joint initiative between Water Corporation and the Department of Environment and Conservation EcoEducation, can be arranged for students in years 4-11.

The tour includes a 2km interactive walking trail which focuses on forest management issues relating to water quality and a tour of Mundaring Weir.

Please note that there is a cost per student for this tour. To book, please call (08) 9295 6149 or email DEC-ecoeducation@dec.wa.gov.au.

Visit the Nearer to Nature program website

Whiteman's Park Children's Gnangara Groundwater Festival is held in November each year and provides an opportunity for middle and upper primary students and teachers to learn about water, groundwater, sustainability and other related environmental topics.

Visit the Whiteman Park website

The WA Gould League manages the Herdsman Lake Wildlife Centre within the Herdsman Lake Regional Park. Situated on the edge of Herdsman Lake, the centre provides a unique opportunity for interface with the local community for research extension and education.

Community activities include bird walks, information nights, night stalks, wildlife excursions and festivals. These activities aim to provide direct interaction with the natural ecosystem and develop community interest and involvement in the natural environment and wildlife conservation.

Visit the Herdsman Lake Wildlife Centre website

The No. 1 Pump Station museum was refurbished as part of the Golden Pipeline project, a collaboration between Water Corporation and the National Trust.

For bookings, please contact the National Trust on (08) 9295 2455.

Visit the National Trust website

Through incursions and excursions Scitech offers an engaging learning environment designed to help primary and secondary students understand science concepts in an exciting and memorable way.

DIY Science kits have been developed to assist teachers to overcome many of the difficulties faced when teaching science. In partnership with us, Scitech has developed a new Water DIY Science Kit. DIY Science kits are suitable for Years 4-10 and can be hired for a school term at a cost of $155.

If your school is a member of our Waterwise School Program, you will receive a $50 discount on the hire cost.

Learn more about DIY science kits

Waterlandia is an interactive multimedia exhibit that we developed jointly with Scitech. Discover how the water cycle works by drawing, erasing and directing water flow on this huge touch screen display.

Learn about about Waterlandia

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