Education Tours

At Go West our goal is to ensure we transport students safely and on time to school every day across Western Australia. Our drivers are education protocol trained with Verification of Competencies and operate at the highest standards. In addition, Go West supplies transport services for school camps, swimming lessons and excursions.

Go West School Camps

take the worry out of organising your next school camp

With Go West, you don’t need to book accommodation or activities, arrange transport, pay booking fees, organise camping equipment, provide food or even prepare meals because we do it all for you – it’s all included in the price!

Tell us which tour you would like, and we will handle the rest! We will do all of the organising if you have a group of 25 or 225 people.

You get more on our school camps!

Go West makes school camps great fun with more interesting and exciting things to do and see – all at a reasonable cost. We have 5-star air-conditioned coaches with reclining seats, underfloor storage, a radio cassette, a microphone for teachers’ use – and even for an excellent old sing-along!

The coach is accompanied by a safari-style kitchen which opens up to make an ideal meals preparation area. Our camping equipment includes comfortable camp mattresses, folding stools and easy-to-erect, four-person pyramid-style tents with built-in ground sheets.

…and what about the food!

No one goes hungry on a Go West Tours school camp. We prepare healthy, well-balanced meals and cater to various young palates.

Breakfast – includes four choices of cereal, a cooked course (such as bacon and eggs, scrambled eggs etc.) with toast and a fruit drink.
Lunch – includes meat and salad collation sandwiches with a minimum of two choices of meat, six different salads, or hotdogs, with fruit and a drink.
Dinner – consists of soup, a cooked course (such as a barbecue, spaghetti bolognaise etc.), dessert (fruit and custard, ice cream etc.) and a drink.
Supper – is a hot drink with bickies before bed!


See more, do more and learn more.

At Go West, we know that learning should be fun when it comes to school camps. Our camps include different and exciting activities which not only add to the adventure but broaden the minds of young people.

Some activities include question-and-answer worksheets; others are just for fun. You’ll experience a great sense of comradeship as you marvel at our excellent state.

We aim to provide a good mixture of outings and, where possible, give the children a chance to get some “hands-on” (these sorts of activities always prove to be popular). They’ll be talking about it for weeks!

More tours to choose from!

You’ll find a good range of tours to choose from, which cover many different areas of the state. These tours provide a guide only and can be changed to suit your needs.

And we’re open to suggestions! If you would like to incorporate any other tourist features of the area into these tours, tell us what you have in mind, and we’ll arrange it.

… or make your tour!

If you have a particular destination or region you would like to explore; we’re happy to arrange a tour to suit your requirements. It may tie into a relevant project at school or be of particular interest to your class. Let us know what you have in mind!

Participant Requirements

What you Need to bring

  • Unbreakable eating utensils (Cup, Plate, Bowl, Knife, Fork & Spoons) and Tea Towel
  • Sleeping Bag or Sheets & Blanket and a Pillow. (Extra Blanket if Required) [No Swags!]
  • Adequate Casual clothing for general day wear and visiting, jumper or tracksuit (for nights), Parka (if required), suitable Shoes for Bushwalking, Toilet Requisites, Towel, Bathers & Beach Towel, Hat, Sunscreen, (Weather permitting) small water bottle and a torch. Large Rubbish Bag for Wet or Dirty Clothes.
  • NOTE: All clothing should be clearly labelled with name (Remember – “Old Clothes”) and contained in a soft bag (not more than 80 cms in length).
  • Lunch for Day One of the Tour. (in disposable container)
  •  Schools to provide a medical kit for minor ailments

Booking Information

Cost, Safety info and more

Tour Costs

Costing is calculated on the total number travelling. The more that travel, the less the cost per person. And with all adults travelling at children’s prices this can be a significant saving. Free: get 1 adult free with every 20 paying passenger and 1 adult at half price price for every 10 paying passengers after that, i.e. With 32 paying passengers, you will get 1 adult free and 1 adult at half price.

What you get

Tour costs include all travel in our coaches, all camp accommodation or caravan park charges, the use of camping equipment (tents, etc.), venue/ activity charges (for those listed on the itinerary) and all meals, except lunch on the first day of the tour. (g.s.t. Included)

Safety Information

We maintain our coaches to a very high standard of road worthiness. All coaches are rta approved (by law and carry extensive medical kits. All students must be seated and under teacher/adult supervision. Only banks coach staff are to open and close coach luggage bin doors. Playing in or around the kitchen area is hazardous. Therefore, all activities must be transparent.


While on the coach, students are covered by third party insurance (includes ‘gap’ cover). We also carry a $5 million public liability insurance for other times. Schools can obtain cover from s.g.i.c. From around $2 per student.

Booking Conditions

For the most up-to-date quote, please e-mail. Costs are quoted per coachload. If numbers exceed the safe maximum, another coach or coaster may be required and will be costed at 25 minimum per coach and 15 minimum per coaster. A deposit of $300.00 is required to secure your booking. Full payment must be paid no later than 10 days before departure with the total cost applicable to the final numbers given at this time. Any cancellation after this time will incur a 50% cancellation charge. The tour operator reserves the right to vary any itinerary due to unforeseen circumstances. While on the coach, please discourage students from using any textbooks, ballpoint pens (pencils are acceptable), chewing gum, or consuming any food or drinks (water & lollies are ok). Please refrain from climbing over, leaning over or hanging off the backs of coach seats. The tents/dormitories and the general camp area are the students’ and teachers’/adults’ responsibility to keep clean and free of all rubbish.

School Bus Services

Daily routes are approved by School Bus Services and designed to pick up and drop off students in the safest and most practical way. Passengers on school bus services are managed to ensure each student is provided with an allocated seat and approved to be picked up and dropped off at designated locations along approved routes by SBS.

For more information about School Bus Services, please feel free to click on the link below to access the WA School Bus Services Government website.

This includes:

  • Contact details for school bus services in your region
  • Transport applications and enrolments for your child to travel on a bus
  • Latest news
  • Other general information


Kimberly Pilbara Gascoyne Mid West The Goldfields Wheatbelt Perth Surrounds Peel South West Great Southern South East
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