wave rock country cottage
Short Stay Accommodation
Hyden WA 6359
The Cottage, The Silos, The Camp
Wave rock country cottage
Wave Rock Country Cottage – just 4km from the iconic Wave Rock in Hyden.
Wave Rock Country Cottage
The Cottage is a beautiful French Provincial themed, self-contained cottage that is located 4km from the iconic Wave Rock in Hyden.
The Cottage makes perfect holiday destination for families, couples, corporates and travellers seeking stylish and convenient Hyden short stay accommodation. With three bedrooms including two queen sized beds in the first two rooms and two single beds in the third room.
Bathroom and Laundry
The newly renovated bathroom and laundry provide a front loader washing machine, iron and ironing board and an inside clothes drying rack. There is also a clothes line located in the back yard.
The open plan kitchen includes a six seater dining table and links with the living area. Our kitchen boasts a fridge/freezer, microwave, small bench top oven and stove top. Enclosed in the cupboards are all the essentials that make cooks happy including kettle, toaster, grill, cutlery, pots, pans, oven trays, glassware and dining ware.
Located 2km from Wave Rock is 12 en-suite rooms with access to communal kitchen and living areas.
Eight En-Suite Rooms
The Silos also gives access to the communal kitchen, laundry, recreation room and dining area.
The perfect accommodation for workers either staying in the district long or short term and those passing through on their way to other agricultural areas!
Really well maintained. Everything you could possibly need is there! Nice BBQ area and comfy bed. Great value for money. Will recommend to my friend and will stay again if travelling around.
What you Get
Amenities, Services, & Travel Guide
Washer & Dryer
Cooking and Dining Accessories
Local Attractions & Events
See our list of the local attractions and events that are well worth a look.
The Humps & Mulka's Cave
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.
The name “Mulka” comes from an Aboriginal Legend associated with the cave. As you enter the cave (take a few moments for your eyes to adjust) and look at the walls and note the many hand stencils believed to representing adults and children.
The Widlife Park
Many other native animals and birds like the area so much that they have moved in, so keep an eye out for native birds and lizards that roam freely throughout the park.
Tables and seating are provided throughout the park for your convenience. Please feel welcome to bring your own picnic lunch or alternatively you can purchase lunch, snacks and drinks at the Wildflower Shoppe Cafe.
This wildlife park is solely cared for by a founder of the tourism industry in Hyden Valerie Mouritz, who has dedicated her life to these animals. Her love for elephants is a theme evident throughout the park.
Wave Rock & Hippos Yawn
Wave Rock Weekender
Wildflowers & Orchids
The Lace Place
The Lace Place Museum was built in 1990 to house the Blackburn Collection. Mrs Margaret Blackburn OAM JP of Perth (1920 -1990) had a keen interest in history and lace. To her own inherited family collection, she added pieces from Australia and overseas and was able to incorporate several smaller collections. Her Order of Australia Medal was awarded for service to Commercial Education.
The Blackburn Collection, offered as a bequest to the Western Australian Museum, was later purchased by the Mouritz family in Hyden. The Lace Place was officially opened on June 29, 1993 by his Excellency the Governor General of Western Australia, Sir Francis Burt.
The cabinets designed by Mrs Blackburn and Russel Mouritz are made from Western Australian Jarrah by Mr Haddad from Hadded Fine Furniture. Information folios are provided.
The original collection is complimented by antique gowns and wedding dresses from the Valerie Mouritz Collection. Additions by gift and purchase are frequently made to both collections.
The display was arranged by lace maker / curator Olwyn Scott, Valerie Mouritz and Sheenagh Collins.
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