Wolfe Creek Crater

Wolfe Creek meteorite crater, Western Australian Tourism Commission

Two hours south of Halls Creek by unsealed road is the world’s second largest meteorite crater. It is 850 metres across and was probably formed by a meteorite weighing at least several thousand tonnes crashing to earth a million years ago. It is most impressive from the air; scenic flights run from Halls Creek.

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