Wolfe Creek Meteorite Crater National Park
130km south of Halls Creek on the Tanami Road, is Wollfe Creek Meteorite Crater National Park, covering an area of 1 460 ha. Formed by a giant meteorite, which crashed to earth thousands of years ago, the crater measures 800m wide and 25m deep.
The second largest meteorite crater in the world access can be gained by an unsealed road off Highway 1.
The road is generally passable from May to November but a check with the Halls Creek Shire Office for a road condition report is recommended throughout the year.