The revitalization of Indigenous education is something we care deeply about at Waradah, which is why we are honoured to be bringing this unique service to schools within, and outside our local area. We have welcomed and enriched the visits of both Primary and Secondary school groups, private guests, as well as University and International students.

Situated at Echo Point, in the Blue Mountains (close to the Three Sisters and Scenic World), we are ideally located for visits by inner city and rural schools within NSW. Our domestic educational packages have been created with the current NSW Educational Aboriginal Studies curriculum in mind, and are geared at engaging students and broadening their understanding of Australian Indigenous culture.

Waradah is proud to be involved in the reviving opportunities of Indigenous education in the future of our children.

[Singapore students enjoy our International Student Package]

For more information on Waradah Aboriginal Centre education packages please download the package PDFs below.

FOC POLICY: One teacher free of charge for every twelve students.

Download the Booking Forms

Download combined Scenic World & Waradah Aboriginal Centre education package.

Contact for more information.

 See our recently refurbished education areas. More changes to come!


All education programs are followed by a twenty five minute cultural performance by the Waradah Dancers


Extend your Aboriginal Educational experience by visiting the Jenolan Caves.




There’s always something new in the world’s oldest caves.  Explore, learn and be amazed.

Jenolan boasts Australia’s most spectacular cave system.  In the Blue Mountains World Heritage Area, the Jenolan Karst Conservation Reserve lets you experience rare wildlife, Aboriginal culture, ecosystems and geological formations wilder than the imagination – great for a range of Key Learning Areas, from K-12:

  • Show caves tours, with nationally accredited guides
  • Challenging adventure programs for teamwork, fitness and self-confidence
  • New digital self-guided tours, highlighting cave formation, technology and  Aboriginal Culture
  • Relevant and handy study guides
  • Completed risk management paperwork, for your convenience
  • Healthy meals
  • Range of accommodation
  • Economical packages