Much to see and do
The Kodja Place offers school students a rich and enjoyable learning experience:
Local Noongar-Indigenous Elder Jack Cox welcomes school groups with billy milo and damper around the campfire* at Yoondi’s Mia Mia.
Curriculum-based, group activities include:
- Etching tracks of yonger (kangaroo), koomal (possum) and waitch (emu) in the Kodj Gallery
- Spear and boomerang throwing
- Boomerang and banner painting
Kojonup past and present
Explore the award-winning interpretive displays and the innovative approach to storytelling that combines personal stories from Kojonup’s Noongar and settler communities. These stories and experiences are ideally suited to the school curriculum, including Indigenous culture and local history studies. Students can also compare the past and present land uses of the district.
Explore The Kodja Place
Thought-provoking, emotive and amusing stories are presented in three interpretive spaces that have linking story-threads. Discover the stories of the:
A range of activities are available, including:
- A discovery tour of the Australian Rose Maze & Three Women’s Stories
- A Mystery Object Trail
- Tracing the Three Women’s storylines across The Kodja Place site
- See also Family Fun
For enquiries and booking requests, please go to Contact us & bookings
Read more here
- View ‘Your Journey to Discovering The Kodja Place’ activities booklet for ages 7-12 (A6 version; PDF 1 MB)
- View ‘Your Journey to Discovering The Kodja Place’ activities booklet for ages 7-12 (A3 fold-down version; PDF 1 MB)
- View ‘Strange Objects’ & ‘More Strange Objects’ activity sheets (2 x A4 pages; PDF 700 KB)
- View ‘Who Let The Birds Out’ activity sheets (2 x A4 pages; PDF 755 KB)
Learn more elsewhere
- Learn about Noongar Tours to other sites around Kojonup, including the Kojonup Spring Tour and Bush & Bush Tucker Tour.
* Subject to weather and seasonal restrictions.