With a diameter of 850-950 metres, the Wolfe Creek Meteorite Crater is ranked as the second largest in the world and it sure is impressive. The ridge of the crater is about 35 metres high, above the surrounding flat plain. Starting from Halls Creek, the drive into the crater was about 150kms, with the first part along the dirt road of the Tanami Track and then a rough, corrugated, dusty, dirt road for the last 23 km’s along the Wolfe Creek Crater Road. I wouldn’t consider taking anything other than a 4WD vehicle on the last part of the trip. The camp ground was basic but a good base to explore the crater. Add this one to your travel list if you like seeing things a little out of the ordinary!