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.
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 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..
Yes its a long way but quite spectacular. Would have liked to have had more time trimmed from other stops and spent longer at the rock. The bus was a really comfortable way to see the scenery. Our driver was quite knowledgeable and enthusiastic.
Very long journey on bus about 13 hours but worth it. Passed through several heritage towns and hundreds of kilometres of wheat field with millions of grasshoppers flying across. Very informative guide and good food.
A worthy trip to the interior of WA. Although the mileage was high the trip was made all the more worthy by the knowledge of Botany shown by the driver, John, his enthusiasm was infectious and enlightening. The Wave was particularly impressive and I can recommend the ascent to the top for wonderful panoramic views.
The stop for "tea" was a welcome one and the ladies put on an excellent spread with tea poured from a very large pot! The lunch stop was "interesting" and food was appealing. The stop at York could perhaps have been little longer but I found the place magical from past times and met a resident named Milton. Not quite 5 stars but do not miss out on this one!
Well organised trip and even though it was a long day our driver was very friendly and knew a lot about the area. Definitely worth the trip to see Wave Rock.
This trip was really good, except that it is far too long, both in kilometres and hours, for 1 driver to conduct safely. We had a further safety issue when the airconditioning died at Hippo's Yawn, and the resulting fogging of the inside of the coach, including the windscreen, cause many of us to be anxious about our safety. The humid conditions in the non-ventilated coach caused the driver some distress, and at one stage he appeared to be close to dozing off. As we were sitting in the front seat, we then kept talking to him - in itself a safety concern - to ensure he didn't go to sleep. Wave Rock itself was spectacular, well explained, and some of the smaller towns we passed through, particularly York, were amazing. The lunch provided was excellent, as was the lunch stop. We were a little disappointed in the wildflowers, but perhaps it was too early in the season. The driver's commentary was really interesting, most informative and entertaining. The afternoon tea stop was unique and delicious. All in all a great day, but safety issues should be addressed with some urgency. We were most relieved to get back to our drop off point, but also very tired.