It all started when we arrived in Kulin, about 100ks away from Wave Rock. We got out of the car to stock up on supplies (lollies & gum) when, in the middle of the conversation, the shopkeeper suggested we take the “Tin Horse Highway” instead of taking the “Grey Concrete Highway”. So off we went down the T.H.H.
It had creatively made tin horses on the sides of the road. There was Ben Hur in horse form, Thunderbird 3 with a horse and heaps more.
Wave Rock was only an overnighter, so we walked to the rock at once to shred some granite! or powder… or waves… same thing really.ish.
Wave rock was much shorter than I had expected. There were alot more trees than in the pictures too, but we had lots of fun. We ran up it, surfed down it and took photos and videos.
Places like these are full of fun and there are so many of them around Oz, so many that we don’t ever have time to see them all. It makes me think about how lucky I am.
Great description Will – yes, you really are lucky to do all the things you have experienced! They will be great memories for a long time.
Wow Will, You’ve surfed the ultimate wave, the one God chose to carve in stone! You’ll never get any better than that…..well maybe one, made of water, that moves or maybe one that doesn’t hurt quite so much when you wipe out. Looks like fun & pretty amazing! I’d love to see it.
P.S. How cool are those horses?
Will looks like fantastic fun. You didn’t get dumped did you or need a board?