Journey through the Western Australia wheatbelt to Wave Rock, one of Australia’s most incredible natural monuments. Visit the historic township of York and view other significant formations of the area.
Adult : AUD $185
Child (2 – 12 YRS) : AUD $110
Daily Apr & Sept-Mar
May-Aug: Tue, Wed, Fri & Sun
Departs: Daily 08 : 00am
Returns : 20 : 30pm (approximately)
- Driver & Guide
- Entrance fees
- Hotel Pick Up & Drop Off Service
- Transport by air-conditioned coach
- Live commentary on board
- GST (Goods and Services Tax)
- Food & Drinks (Lunch Included)
- Any Private Expenses
- Gratuities ( Optional)
- Age of 2 to 12 years old below is considered as child or kid (Age is justified based on departure date), Child or kid has to travel with adult. 12 years old and above pays adult tour price.
- Company reserves the right to cancel tour if the weather is bad or other force majeure factors.
- Exact order of itinerary items may be subject to change as required
- Terms and conditions applied.
- Wildflower season commences September through to early November.
- Profusion of wildflowers depends on weather and other conditions, therefore we cannot guarantee sightings.
- Vegetarian and halal options can be requested.
- Please advise any dietary requirements at time of booking.
Things to bring
- We recommend you to bring sunglasses, sun hat, sunscreen, camera, water bottle, thin coat and rain gear, comfortable walking shoes.
How to join the group
- On departure date you will be picked up from hotel, please check the Pickup List as specified in details.
Situated in the Avon Valley, York is one of Western Australia’s most picturesque towns with charming architecture. This town was the first inland European settlement in Western Australia, founded back in 1831. Be sure to take a short stroll along the main town strip and see many of the old buildings which are still in use today.
- Heading East, we enjoy morning tea (own expense) at historic York, the first township founded in the Avon Valley.
2. DOG CEMETERY
Here you will find owners loving memories of their faithful four legged companions. Stroll through the cemetery and see the elaborate headstones and touching messages.
- Visit the Dog Cemetery before arriving in Hyden.
3. HIPPOS YAWN
Another rocky outcrop in the area, named because of it’s resemblance of a hippopotamus yawning.
- We then visit Hippo’s Yawn, a rock formation which resembles a hippo yawning.
4. WAVE ROCK
East of Perth you will find Wave Rock, a giant surf like landform of multicoloured granite, appearing as if it’s about to crash in to the ground below. Wave Rock is over 2,700 million years old.
- See the spectacle of Wave Rock and the ancient Gnamma Holes. Whilst here visit either a Wildlife Park or view the unique Antique Lace Collection.
5. THE HUMPS & MULKA'S CAVE
Hear the Aboriginal legend of Mulka and view the imprints of his hands which can still be seen in the cave today.
- Leaving Wave Rock, we visit The Humps and Mulka’s Cave