Awesome . Well worth a visit. We all loved it. The walking track also had many different trees, flowers and a lot of bird life.
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10min walk along the track from wave rock itself, so dont miss out. Very interesting to look at with signage advising that there are another three like it forming in the area. There is a car park to drive to it, otherwiss its a 10minute...More
This spot is quite pretty and the small cave is beautiful. Was fun seeing the hippo's yawn changing shape from different angles. All round a great spot to visit.
It's all part of the experience of being at Wave Rock. We enjoyed the walk from the Wave through the low woodland over to the Hippo. The wildflowers were beautiful. The Hippo Yawn - yeah, you can see it and it's on the way to...More
Hippo yawn walk was a lovely easy flat walk along a tree lined track. It only took us 20 minutes. We could see a Hippo formation, but we could also see it as a whale. Well worth the walk. We returned to the camp ground...More
Being only a few hundrew meters from wave rock you can either walk along a defined track from wave rock or drive to the car park which is literally just meters from the Hippo. We were fortunate to see a few wild flowers along thebtrack...More
If you're visiting Wave Rock, don't miss this as the Yawn is only 15 minutes walk away. I thought that it wouldn't look anything like a hippo, or that it would be really small, which obviously it wasn't. I was genuinely impressed. Take some cool...More
We took the Hippo Yawn trail to see the rock and wild flowers. It is a short and well marked 40-60 mins. walk in a loop from the Wave Rock car park. Saw various wild flowers and spider orchids. Worth the time spent. There is...More
The rock formation was like a hippo is yawning. If someone went to see wave rock they should spare sometime to see this as it is easily accessible by a short walk or drive.