Wave Rock is a natural formation of rock, not far from the town of Hyden in the state of Western Australia. Obviously it owes its name to its shape, a giant ocean wave petrified when it breaks. Overall, the rocky outcrop elonda covering several hectares, over 10 meters long, reaches 15 meters in height. Impressive really.
Getting to see live this wave anomaly is not that difficult, because it means from Perth, and from there drive straight east for 330 miles to Hyden (281 inhabitants), and once arrived at destination, ask the Wave Rock Road, or the nearby golf country club. But the photographer who first photographed 15 years ago while he was walking through the vegetation, being in front of this rock, must have seemed to live an adventure of ancient times.
Certainly the rock has brought some people here, because when she was photographed, was visited by over 100,000 people, resulting in birth of trading in a paesotto mainly on farming, which today boasts a golf club and a handful of pubs, in addition to the Hyden Hotel Motel, where for 162 Australian dollars, you can sleep in a double.