One of the greatest attractions at Wave Rock is the “wave”. But there is so much more to do and see around Hyden Rock. Why not enjoy a self-paced interpreted walk over and around the rock? Click on one of the walks below to learn more.
Please call the Wave Rock Visitors Centre 08 9880 5182 or 0429 805 052 for details of guided tours.
Geological history, Aboriginal history, flora and fauna, Wave Rock, and Hippo’s Yawn
Geological history, Aboriginal history, flora and fauna, Wave Rock and Hippo’s Yawn, local and farming history, the Humps and Mulka’s cave.
Visit a working wheat, sheep and cattle farm. See vintage cars and a working Mallee Fowl nest.
Includes billy tea and damper served at the Wildflower Shoppe
This tour runs during wildflower season (September – November)
Daily Bus Hire
19 seater Hino Bus for hire equipped with heating, air conditioning, refrigerator, DVD player, comfortable seats and seat belts (terms and conditions apply)
For your comfort and safety, and for the enjoyment of others, we suggest you:
Be cautious: Some of these trails cross potentially slippery slopes, and go close to dangerous edges. Please stay on the marked trail route. Keep children with you at all times.
Be comfortable: Wear sensible shoes – high heels and smooth leather soles are not recommended if you plan to go onto the rock.
Be cool: In warm weather, wear a sunhat, long-sleeve shirt and suncreen and take some water with you! In winter you may need a rain jacket or umbrella.
Be clever: Walk each trail in the direction shown on the map. Always follow the trail markers for your trail.
Be courteous: There may well be others on the trail too – please do not disrupt their experience by being noisy or by crowding them.
Be clean: Carry all litter back with you. Smokers – please extinguish before you set out on the trails.
Be conscientious: Small animals, lizards, birds and tiny plants all live along these trails – please do your best not to harm or frighten them.