Wave Rock, York, Wildflowers with Lunch - Concession

ADAMS Pinnacle Tours - Perth

Wave Rock

Cost:

A$388 (2 Passengers)

Duration:

12.5 hours.

Departure Days:

01APR-30APR: Daily.
01MAY- 31AUG: Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday.
01SEP-31MAR: Daily except 25DEC.

Departure Time:

8:00am.

Departure Point:

Crown Perth Complex, Riverside Entry Coach Bay next to the food court.

Pickup:

Selected Perth accommodation.

Dropoff:

Selected Perth accommodation.

Meals:

- Picnic lunch.

Not Included:


- Morning tea.
- Afternoon tea.

Book

On Request

Cost:

A$388 (2 Passengers)

Inclusions:


- Hotel pick up and drop off.
- York.
- Dog Cemetery.
- Hippo's Yawn.
- Wave Rock cultural tour.
- Wildlife Park and Antique Lace Collection.
- Seasonal Wildlflowers (Sep - Nov).
- Luxury coach travel.
- Expert commentary.

What to Bring:
- Comfortable walking shoes.
- Hat.
- Camera.

Itinerary:

Valid for 01APR17-31MAR19:
Heading east through the scenic Darling Ranges stop to enjoy morning tea (own expense) at historic York, the first township founded in the Avon Valley. Enjoy the wonderfully preserved turn of the century Victorian buildings and gain an insight into grand old pioneer days. Continuing east, pass through sweeping wheat belt plains and stop en route at the famous Dog Cemetery, a tribute to Australian working sheep dogs. Visit Hippo's Yawn an unusual natural rock formation shaped like a yawning hippopotamus, regarded by the local Aboriginal people as a special women's place. Enjoy a picnic lunch, visit the Wave Rock. Walk around the rock and learn about Aboriginal culture, dreamtime stories and discover special Aboriginal sacred sites including Gnamma Holes (water reservoirs). Estimated at being an incredible 2,700 million years old, the rock has over time been sculptured by nature into the form of a huge breaking wave. Whilst here visit a Wildlife Park featuring Australian animals or alternatively view the unique Antique Lace Collection. Leaving Wave Rock, head off to view some other intriguing rock formations of the area including the Humps, a camel hump like granite rock and finally Mulka's Cave. The ancient Aboriginal cave paintings tell the legend of the outcast Aboriginal, Mulka the Terrible. Head back to Perth with a stop at the small farming town of Babakin for afternoon tea (own expense). During the wildflower season (September to November) some of Western Australia's best wildflowers can be seen in this area and roadside stops will be made to view some of the spectacular native wildflowers.

Child Policy:

Valid for 01APR17-31MAR19:
Infant: 0-3 years inclusive - free of charge.
Child: 4-12 years inclusive - child rates apply.

Infants are generally not recommended due to the large distances travelled. An infant also does not receive a seat or a meal. If a seat is required for an infant, child prices apply.
At all times, ADAMS Pinnacle Tours reserves the right to not accept a child on tours due to safety concerns.

Important Information:


Valid for 01APR17-31MAR19:
Tour Itineraries:
- Pinnacle tours reserves the right to cancel departures or alter tour itineraries as deemed necessary. Itinerary alterations may occur due to road or weather conditions, accommodation availability, strikes, public holidays, cultural and religious traditions.

Fuel Levy:
- Fuel levies may be introduced when required. Should this occur, charges will be payable direct and subject to change without notice.

Concession:
- Concession fares apply to holders of senior or age pensioner cards and full-time students. Card membership numbers must be quoted at time of booking.

Book

On Request