Wave Rock has been over two billion years in the making. How amazing is that?
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Departure Time: 7am
Return Time: 6pm
Entry fees to Wave Rock
Touring through the Eastern Wheatbelt region of Western Australia
Morning Tea at York, a heritage listed town
Visit to Wave Rock
Visit to Muka's Cave for Aboriginal Rock Art
This tour features natural features, heritage and regional legends
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Join us for personalised small group touring to visit Wave Rock.
Our day begins with a drive east over the Darling Ranges from Perth to historic York for morning tea along banks of the Avon River.
York is Western Australia's first inland rural town, established in 1831, rich in Victorian and Federation buildings.
We continue east from York, touring through the wheat belt region as we see sheep, wheat and cattle farms, salt lakes, and then granite rock outcrops - a hint of what is to come when we arrive at Hyden.
Wave Rock rises 15 metres above the ground and cover a length of 100 metres. It is impressively shaped like a giant wave about to break.
Geologists believe that Wave Rock was sculptured and coloured by chemicals over a 2,700 million year span, to eventually form the wave-like formation.
We visit Hippo's Yawn Cave and after lunch tour to The Humps, as well as Mulka’s Cave which has the largest display of hand rock art in southern Western Australia.
The name Mulka comes from an Aboriginal legend associated with the cave. At The Humps are Gnamma Holes, water holes in the granite rocks that were used by the Aborigines when passing through the area. Indeed, Mulka’s cave is a significant Aboriginal rock art gallery.
Our Wave Rock Day Tour is a fascinating day exploring geologic features in the “Outback” and learning about the Aboriginal legends of the area.