Kokerbin Rock, also known as Kokerbin Hill, is the third largest monolith in Australia. Spend a day out at the rock exploring all of the interesting rock formations, caves, plants and wildlife.
Enjoy the panoramic views of the surrounding countryside from the top, which is a nice reward after hiking up the 122 metre slope.
Have a look at the fascinating well, which is more than 20 metres deep and three metres in diameter. It was constructed by hand in the 1920s to 1930s. Rocks were levered into the soil to line the well walls.
There are also a number of other features to look out for including the Wave Wall, Dog Rock and Devil's Marbles. Make use of the picnic and barbecue facilities before heading off to visit the range of other interesting rock formations in the region.
Kokerbin Rock is a half an hour drive from Bruce Rock, which is approximately four hours drive east of Perth.