Wave Rock is a natural rock formation located east of the small town of Hyden in Western Australia. The 'wave' formation formed years ago and the shape of the rock is not caused by a wave phenomenon, rather its rounded wave-like shape was formed by subsurface chemical weathering followed by removal of the soft weathered granite by fluvial erosion, thus the weathering occurred below ground level before it was exposed.

Wave Rock, Western Australia Wave Rock is a natural rock formation located east of the small town of Hyden in Western Australia. The 'wave' formation was formed 60 million years ago and the shape o.

You find the perfect wave 350 km northbound of Perth. This one is not made of water, it is made out of granite. The geological wonder is one of Western Australia´s highlights.

A Rock That Looks Like A Wave - Only In Western Australia

Bluff Knoll [Koi Kyeunu-ruff] In Western Australia's Stirling Range National Park

The Alpe d'Huez, France?

Stirling Range National Park | WA | photo by @kirkhillephotography #australia #австралия #wa

Stirling Range NP, 337 km south-east of Perth, Westerrn Australia (by kirkhillephotography)

Mulka's Cave, Hyden, WA Bates Cave, also known by its Aboriginal name of Mulka's Cave, contains Aboriginal rock engraving dating some 30,000 years old. The engravings give an insight into how different the landscape was back then, with depiction of a sailfish and revealing tales of catching fish.

Mulka's Cave, Hyden, WA Bates Cave, also known by its Aboriginal name of Mulka's Cave, contains Aboriginal rock engraving dating some 30,000 years old. The engravings give an insight into how different the landscape was back then, with depiction of a sailfish and revealing tales of catching fish.

Beautiful #Waverock at the Wave Rock Weekender(Western Australia, 4 hours drive from Perth)

Beautiful at the Wave Rock Weekender(Western Australia, 4 hours drive from Perth)

Australia - The Granite Skywalk in the Porongurup National Park, Western Australia near Albany. The Granite Skywalk replaces the old lookout at Castle Rock.

Australia - The Granite Skywalk in the Porongurup National Park, Western Australia near Albany. The Granite Skywalk replaces the old lookout at Castle Rock.

Lake Grace, Western Australia Photo by: Grant Medlen, Lake Grace Camera Club http://www.australiasgoldenoutback.com/travel-destinations-outback-australia/Wheatbelt_and_Wave_Rock/Southern_Wheatbelt/Lake_Grace_and_Newdegate

Lake Grace, Western Australia Photo by: Grant Medlen, Lake Grace Camera Club http://www.australiasgoldenoutback.com/travel-destinations-outback-australia/Wheatbelt_and_Wave_Rock/Southern_Wheatbelt/Lake_Grace_and_Newdegate

Exploring The Hyden Rocks

The Wave: AMAZING! Utah’s Beautiful Butte Located in the area of the Paria Canyon-Vermillion Cliffs Wilderness on the Utah/Arizona border, the Wave is a multi-colored chute that has been cut into a sandstone mountain.

Hippo's Yawn

See 7 photos from 6 visitors to Hippo's Yawn.

Porongurup National Park, Porongurup, Australia — by The Adventure Doctors. Castle Rock in the Porongurup National Park, one of the oldest geological formations on earth.

Porongurup National Park, Porongurup, Australia — by The Adventure Doctors

Porongurup National Park, Porongurup, Australia — by The Adventure Doctors. Castle Rock in the Porongurup National Park, one of the oldest geological formations on earth.

The lace museum in Hyden WA

The lace museum in Hyden WA

Lake Grace, Western Australia Photo by Mary Naisbitt, Lake Grace Camera Club http://www.australiasgoldenoutback.com/travel-destinations-outback-australia/Wheatbelt_and_Wave_Rock/Southern_Wheatbelt/Lake_Grace_and_Newdegate

Lake Grace, Western Australia Photo by Mary Naisbitt, Lake Grace Camera Club http://www.australiasgoldenoutback.com/travel-destinations-outback-australia/Wheatbelt_and_Wave_Rock/Southern_Wheatbelt/Lake_Grace_and_Newdegate

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