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From Perth: Wave Rock and York Cultural Tour with a Guide110 Reviews
Discover Western Australia's natural landmarks on a day trip from Perth. Visit York, Wave Rock, Mulka's Cave and more. Enjoy a country-style lunch.
- Visit the picturesque town of York and admire its charming architecture
- See ancient Aboriginal artwork at Hippos Yawn and Mulka's Cave
- Stop to enjoy a typical Australian country-style lunch
DescriptionJourney through Western Australia’s Wheatbelt to Hyden – home of Wave Rock, truly one of Australia’s most incredible natural landforms. Leaving Perth head through the Perth Hills and escarpment and enter farming country. Heading east, purchase a morning tea at historic York, the first township founded in the Avon Valley. From there travel the Wheatbelt Highway through the agricultural towns of Corrigin and Kondinin, through outback farming country. Get a glimpse of Australian country life by passing the infamous Dog Cemetery, a shrine to man’s best friend and an integral part of farming life. Then visit Hippo’s Yawn, a rock formation that resembles a hippo yawning. Break for an Aussie country-style lunch at the Wildflower Shop. While here, visit a Wildlife Park, view a unique Antique Lace Collection – even featuring lace from Lady Diana, or visit the amazing Toy Soldier Museum. Then move on to see the spectacular prehistoric rock formation of Wave Rock and sacred Aboriginal sites. Leaving Wave Rock, head next to Mulka’s Cave. Return to Perth with a comfort stop on the way, arriving back in Perth in the evening.
IncludesTransportation by luxury coach Lunch Live commentary on board Entry fees to all attractions Complimentary hotel pick-up at selected Perth CBD, Northbridge and Scarborough hotels
- Be sure to wear comfortable walking shoes, and bring a hat and camera
- Please advise of any dietary requirements when booking
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