Approximately 15km north of Wave Rock Wave Rock you will see a giant lurching out of the bushland. This massive granite rock formation is known as The Humps and it's an ideal location for picnics during the cooler months. There's also two walk trails to undertake while in the area, so grab your hat, sun screen and water bottle and explore!
Gnamma Trail (1,220 metres) - On this trail are ten interpretive panels to help you understand this landscape using the words and illustrations of local Noongar elders and artists. It features two Gnamma (rock holes) and a lizard trap, all believed to have been used by Noongar people for centuries.
Kalari Trail (1,670 metres) - The trail climbs steadily (but not steeply) to the summit, which affords outstanding panoramic views of the outlying farming land. Interpretive signs focus on the fascinating geology of the rock and the plants that grow on it.
While here, take some time to explore Mulka's Cave with its amazing Aboriginal rock art.
Public toilets and rubbish bins can be found in The Humps carpark.