Would have to be the worst road in Australia to get to this place. The camping area is less than average.
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To begin with - neither of the wolfe creek movies had anything to do with this area at all. Wolfe Creek Crater is a must see for anyone passing this way ( I Live in Halls Creek ) The crater has its own eco system...More
Quiet camp site, with drop toilets. Easy walk up to the Crater, and what an awesome view from the top. Clear skies so you can see every star. Information bay us very informative. Make sure you close the gates as requested on the way in...More
We travelled to Wolfe Creek from Halls Creek, it took us 2 hours averaging 80-90 km all the way in a 4wd. The Tanami was in fairly good condition. The road was a bit rougher once you got into the National Park. There are a...More
We drove the 150 km there and back from Halls Creek. The Tanami road is currently in good condition with only patches of mild corrugations and a roughish part over the range. Easy work in a 4WD. The turn-off to the Wolfe Creek crater was...More
Very impressive, plenty of roomy campground near the crater with drop toilets. Unfortunately the private road to the crater was very corrugated and moved my LED bar but in hindsight it was worth the effort.
Have tried a few times over the last 16 years to get here. was not disappointing. Good information and nice walk. Though it is along way "just" for this, the experience in the surrounds is amazing. we saw a mustering on the Kidman station while...More
Eleven years ago when I was first in Australia, a great little Aussie horror film came out called Wolf Creek and it was creepy and made my date cry (probably not a good first date movie but oh well live and learn). Ever since seeing...More