Wave Rock in Western Australia became internationally famous through a Kodak New York World Fair Colour Photograph Competition in 1964. It is a 15 metre high, 110 metre long granite cliff. Scientists believe it has taken more than 2.7 billion years of weather, water and chemical erosion to create.
Pop into the Wildflower Shoppe at the rock, then call into The Lace Place, Toy Soldiers Exhibit and Wildlife Park. After lunch, drive the short distance to Mulka’s Cave with its ancient Aboriginal hand stencil art. Perhaps enjoy floating in the salt water natural springs pool only 2km from the rock where you can float as you would in the Dead Sea.