We can bring camels to your school or you can bring your class to our Swan Valley farm where they can meet the camels, learn a little about the importance of the camel to the history of Australia, and have a short ride on a camel.

These majestic animals that enabled pioneers to open Australia’s outback were released into the bush with the introduction of motorised transport and survived quite well. Being a feral animal they have grown in numbers to a point where they are endangering the environment, aboriginal communities and pastoralists. To counter their numbers they are being culled. Our camels were rescued from this process and have become a part of the tourist and education industries.