Yes, people can visit the spectacular prehistoric rock formation of Wave Rock at any time of the year. Wave Rock is about 4 hours from Perth, located in Wave Rock Wildlife Park near the town of Hyden along Western Australia's wheatbelt. It's a popular tourist destination that is best experienced on a guided tour such as the South Western Escape or Western Wonderland Tour.
Wave Rock is certainly worth visiting, especially if you have an interest in unique geological formations and natural wonders. This iconic rock formation in Western Australia is renowned for its distinctive wave-like shape, which stands at approximately 15 metres high and stretches for about 110 metres. The contrast between the flat landscape and the curved rock makes it a striking sight and a great spot for photography. The local visitor centre also features an amazing toy soldier museum - the world's largest collection. Visiting on an AAT Kings full day wave rock tour also lets you experience outback farming country through Sheenagh, a local farmer avid about Australian country life, before leaving Wave Rock for Kalgoorlie and other amazing attractions of Western Australia.
Typically, there is an entrance fee of around $15 for access to the Wave Rock Reserve, however if you visit these incredible natural landforms as part of a guided tour with AAT Kings, entry, accommodation, and meal locations will all be pre-arranged and planned for you. On these tours you can also expect to enter farming country in Western Australia to see sacred aboriginal sites, beautiful national parks, ferry rides, and Australian agricultural towns with strong cultural histories.