Wolfe Creek Crater camping area
This camping area has only minimal facilities in a barren and desolate landscape. Check the road conditions before heading here with a trailer or caravan, and bring a gas/fuel stove and drinking water. The national park is 23 km off Tanami Rd, 130 km south of Halls Creek.
Who to contact: DEC Kimberley, Kununurra (08) 9168 4200
This campsite is located in Wolfe Creek Crater National Park
On the edge of the Great Sandy Desert and the extensive spinifex grasslands of the East Kimberley lies the Wolfe Creek meteorite crater; the second largest crater in the world from which fragments of a meteorite have been collected. The crater measures 880 m across and is roughly circular in shape. A steep climb leads to the rim of the crater, which was formed, according to Aboriginal legend, by a powerful rainbow serpent during the Dreamtime.
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