Pathways to Wave Rock
Phone: 1300 736 283
Visitor website: www.wheatbelttourism.com
‘Rocking it out on the Pathway to Wave Rock’ is an experience in Australia’s Golden Outback you will remember for its open space, massive granite rocks, spectacular night skies and a wonderful sense of freedom. The trail makes a trip to Wave Rock a pleasurable journey over 4-5 days, stopping in local towns for a coffee, accommodation or resting at caravan parks or nearby camping areas, visiting places such as Toapin Weir and Pink Lake near Quairading, Kokerbin Rock on the way to Bruce Rock, Grain Discovery Centre in Narembeen, Wave Rock near Kondinin, the RFDS Inland Mission Hospital Museum and salt lakes of Lake Grace, the Tin Horse Highway near Kulin, and Corrigin’s Resting Place for Man’s Best Friend. All these towns have Museums with a fascinating insight into days gone by. www.pathwaytowaverock.com.au or www.wheatbelttourism.com are ideal places to start planning a trip.