Wave Rock The Camp is a nature based unpowered campsite, located a short distance from iconic Wave Rock in Hyden, WA. Nestled amongst 16 hectares it offers 11 large sites with access to potable water and flushing toilets.
If you like to camp under woodland skies, this is ideal. All sites are generous in size and the fee is $25 per night for the site.
It’s a cosy place to stay while visiting iconic Wave Rock and a perfect base for visiting the many local attractions like the Humps, walking trails or Mulka’s caves.
Iconic Wave Rock is 15 metres high and 110 metres long, the mammoth structure fashioned by weather. Even if you’ve been to amazing Uluru, this is impressive.
You can see Hippo’s Yawn as well, a very aptly named granite outcrop. Other attractions include the Wave Rock Weekender a boutique festival held in September each year, and in Spring the bushland comes alive with colour, it’s a photographers delight.
The Salt Pond is a 6m deep swimming pool-like gypsum pond with buoyancy and therapeutic properties reputed to be greater than those of the Dead Sea.