Moray Outdoor Education Centre

Our 66 hectare Outdoor Education Centre is situated on the banks of the Murray River, three kilometres south of Dwellingup.

Scotch College has a comprehensive Outdoor Education programme. Our Moray facility features a wide range of resources including a rock-climbing wall, ropes course, hiking trails, kayaking, canoeing and much more.

The name Moray is taken from the historic northern region in Scotland, known as Moray. Fittingly, the Murray River flanks the southern boundary of the Scotch College campus and those with a Scottish accent will pronounce Moray, ‘Mur-ray’. 

Moray was purchased in 1984 with the aim of providing students with opportunities to learn in a natural environment. Development of the following skills are all part of the curriculum:

  • bushcraft

  • navigation

  • kayaking

  • canoeing

  • rock climbing

  • field studies

  • reflective practices

Moray gives students the opportunity to experience personal achievement and self-fulfilment through challenging and adventurous activities.




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WA 6010

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Scotch College acknowledges the Wadjuk Noongar and Wilman Noongar people, the traditional custodians of the lands and waters on which the College and our campuses stand. We pay our respect to Elders past, present and emerging and acknowledge the Noongar people as the First Peoples of this place.