Wave Rock Resort - Cottages
In the spirit of “Wonder out Yonder”, we did a weekender to Wave Rock in Hyden recently. We chose to stay at the Cottages that are part of the Wave Rock Resort and Caravan Park. Wave Rock is in the Wheatbelt town of Hyden 340kms south-east of Perth. We took our time on the drive down deciding to take in the Tin Horse Hwy along the way.
The check-in for the resort is at the kiosk of the Caravan park but the resort accommodation is on the other side of the road from the caravan park about 1km away. The resort contains 14 two-bedroom cottages that are situated next to Lake Magic.
Wave Rock Resort - Cottages
The colonial-style brick cottages are well set apart. They are town bedroom cottages that can sleep 6. The cottages had a self-contained kitchen, open plan lounge and dining area, an enclosed outdoor area and air conditioning. Each cottage had a carport and between cottages were gazebos with seating and bbq facilities. We found the accommodation to be clean and well presented. They were also very spacious and comfortable. They are also well positioned, only a short drive (1km) to the base of Wave Rock and Hippos Yawn and about 4kms into Hyden.
Wave Rock Resort - Cottages

Wave Rock Resort - Cottages

Wave Rock Resort - Cottages



Wave Rock Resort - Cottages
Wave Rock Resort - Cottages

The cottages are located right next to Lake Magic and a salt spa pool which is a salt lake but we chose to drive the 1km back to the main caravan park area for a swim in the swimming pool.
Lake Magic Wave Rock

The pool area was nice with grassed areas and gazebos and sun lounges to relax on. I imagine it would be popular on hot days but we were the only ones using it when we stopped by.
Wave Rock Resort - Cottages
The caravan park area also has a playground which is close to the swimming pool. The playground had a grassed area around it and a few picnic tables for seating. The playground is a wooden structure with cubby house, climbing/balancing bridge, slide and a swing.
Wave Rock Resort - Cottages
Wave Rock Resort - Cottages
Our cottage was right on the edge of a salt spa pool. We didn’t swim in here but apparently, it is WA’s version of the Dead Sea. There was work still being done on the gazebos that were around the lake but it looked like each gazebo was going to have a toilet and shower area.
Lake Magic Wave Rock
The larger natural Lake Magic was a short walk away and it was interesting seeing the dried salt around the edge and on the rocks. There are a number of walk trails around the rock including a 3.6km loop walk that goes past the resort, Lake Magic, Hippos Yawn and Wave Rock.
Wave Rock Resort - Cottages
Wave Rock Resort - Cottages
Wave Rock really is an amazing natural feature and we enjoyed our weekend away exploring the area. The cottage accommodation was clean, comfortable and had everything needed for a self-contained holiday

Wave Rock Resort – Cottages

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About Claire Tondut

Claire Tondut is currently a stay-at-home mother of one daughter and a puppy. When she is not chasing little Miss around she loves to spend time with hubby, friends and family.

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