Setting out early from Perth, you'll take a scenic ride through the Perth Hills and escarpment to the historic York, the first township founded in the Avon Valley. Here you will enjoy a refreshing morning tea at your own expense. From there, travel the Wheatbelt Highway and you'll pass through agricultural towns of Corrigin and Kondinin and outback farming country - giving a glimpse of the Australian country life. Stopping briefly at the famous Dog Cemetery, you will then visit Hippo's Yawn, a rock formation which resembles a hippo yawning. Afterwards, you will take a break for an Aussie country-style lunch at the local Wildflower Shop.Your journey will then continue to the spectacular Wave Rock and the ancient Gnamma Holes. Wave Rock is a giant, surf-like landmark of multi-colored granite which is over 2,700 million years old. This natural monument is so iconic as it appears to crash into the ground below, creating a wave-like landscape. Don't forget to bring your camera as it is a perfect spot for taking pictures!Leaving Wave Rock you will make a stop at The Humps and finally Mulka's Cave, where you will get the chance to view some Aboriginal artwork and listen to old Aboriginal legends. From here you will return to Perth via a different route for a Wildflowers viewing en route (seasonal).