Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Wave Rock, York, Wildflowers and Aboriginal Cultural Tour from Perth. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
The wave rock is so amazing, the tour captain is very experience, the scener on the top of the rock is beautiful.
Excellent and enthusiastic tour guide and a fascinating place to visit
Worth ridding a coach for over 800 km. just to visit this amazing rock form. Jackie, our driver/guide is very knowledgeable about the area as well as the Rock, making an 800 km ride round trip a pleasant one.
We had a wonderful trip, feeding the kangaroos, good lobster lunch and sandboarding activity. I enjoyed the half hour at Caversham spending time with the kangaroos and koalas. The sandboarding experience at Lancelin was amazing. The lobster lunch at the Cervantes, the lobster fishing town, was lovely. And the breathtaking view of Pinnacles was superb. On the whole, this trip was great fun and highly recommended to all who visits Perth, Western Australia.
I really enjoyed this tour! Lots of driving but we stopped at a few very interesting sites. The best part at Wave Rock was having enough time to walk over the top and see the full view, and the afternoon tea on the way home was divine! Highly recommended.
Dr M S Campo
Everything is so different in Australia that every trip is a great discovery! Hugely enjoyable.
Well-arranged tour, with many interesting things to see. We really LOVE our guide and driver, Michelle, who is a very kind, very informative and very industrious lady! We would definitely refer this tour to our friends.
Fantastic and you even get to climb the Rock..A great day thank you to the wonderful bus drivers at Adams
We covered a vast distance in one day, but we got to see a lot of remote Perth as well. Well worth doing it. Very good tour guide.
Very long day but worth it. the knowledge of the driver was fantastic. Wave rock was great and all of the other places we went to (The dog cemetery,Hippo's yawn,Smallest bank in Australia and many many other sights. Non stop fun filled day. Did not get to see the wildflowers as it was the wrong season. Highly recommend
A good day out, we saw a variety of sights in addition to the impressive Wave Rock. Lunch and tea were both excellent. Beautiful scenery everywhere. Our driver ran the tour very well.
We really enjoyed this tour! We climbed the rock in the rain and still had a really good view. Pity there weren't a lot of wildflowers out to see, but I will come back to see them. The Aboriginal paintings were really good to see, most of the ones we have seen have been enclosed in glass and you can't get good photos. The bus was comfortable and the lunch was great value!
A very long day but very well worth it. Jaki our driver and guide was brilliant and gave a running commentary throughout the day. Wave Rock was spectacular and we were given plenty of time to explore the surrounds. The aboriginal history of the area was extremely informative.
Driver and commentary was very good.
Scenery was generally pretty bland - vast areas of grain fields in particular. Not sure what I had anticipated.
Wave rock was the pick of the sites visited.
Generally the tour was a bit too long - time wise.
Very long drive, but worth the effort, plus there were a couple of stops during the drive to experience a local town York and see some wild flowers. Wave Rock is a must see, and there are more amazing rock formations on top - must climb up to see them, breathtaking view from atop too.
A very interesting and entertaining day.
Wave rock itself was great but it is a long way to travel to see some shaped cliffs.
In my view the best thing was the driver / guide who was very knowledgable and gave us an excellent insight into the life of the farmers and how life has changed for them over the years.
The stop at the cave to see the cave paintings associated with the aboriginal legend was worthwhile as was the tea stop at a town with a current population of 9 who are trying to raise money to keep the local school open.
A good trip and recommended.
The down side?
It was a long day with a lot of driving - of course not much can be done about that! It was. However a comfortable air conditioned coach - necessary as the temperatures reached 42 degrees.
The lunch provided could have been better and, in my opinion, the stop at the dog's cemetery was only useful as a means to stretch my legs..