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Wave Rock is in Hyden, is situated 340 km east of Perth, and is 14 metres high, and 110m long.

Have you ever been to this fascinating place?

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No, but it looks like an amazing place to go. Will have to put that on my to-do list.
I went many years ago and it is very impressive!

Well worth it if you are anywhere near the area, but too far if you are not.

by Finy
Wave Rock - aaaaaaah yup! Have not been there YET but planning to! I hope it is not disappointing though. Long way to travel for a rock! LOL
If you're interested in Geology, chipp, it won't be disappointing! Enjoy!
by donjo
My husband went their as a child and Ive always wanted to go. Maybe one day...
I've travelled quite a bit around the Wheatbelt, and while Wave Rock is impressive, it's only one of many similar rocks out there. Although it's a great spot to visit there are always loads of tourists wandering around, so if you want more of a wilderness experience...go elsewhere. Elachbutting Rock and Beringbooding Rock out past Mukinbudin both have the 'wave' formations, but without the crowds.
Thanks Carolyn -I have never heard of those others, and dint realise there were more similar!
by Finy
I've been to others as well, but just can't remember their names off-hand. Often the wave formations are smaller but they're still there. However, those two I mentioned are really quite big and very pristine. There are small simple camping grounds at both, too.
Yes. Went out of our way to visit there between Perth and the eastern states. It was amazing although touristy. Would like to visit those others mentioned at a future date.
Yes! It's fabulous to see! Amazing what the forces of Nature can do! Was on bucket list, now ticked!

Also interesting, in opposite direction, are Stromatolites at Hammelin Pool.
No I've never been to Wave Rock, nor seen any other of the rocks mentioned here, unfortunately. (No, I didn't mean it's unfortunate they were mentioned!!!)
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