Backpacking Halls Creek

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    CHECK OUT THE SPECTACULAR WOLFE CREEK METEORITE CRATER, WHICH IS THE SECOND LARGEST IN THE WORLD: Photo courtesy of Tourism Western Australia
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    WITNESS THE BREATHTAKING BEEHIVE LIKE BUNGLE BUNGLE RANGE IN PURNULULU NATIONAL PARK: Photo courtesy of Tourism Western Australia
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    DISCOVER OTHER WONDERS LIKE CATHEDRAL GORGE IN PURNULULU NATIONAL PARK: Photo courtesy of Tourism Western Australia
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    SEE THE NATURAL LIMESTONE FORMATION KNOWN AS CHINA WALL: Photo courtesy of Tourism Western Australia
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Halls Creek Highlights

  • Witness the breathtaking Bungle Bungle Range in Purnululu National Park. The large mounds are orange and black striped, making them look like very large bee hives. They are one of the most fascinating geological landmarks in Australia.

  • Head to Wolfe Creek Crater National Park to see the amazing Wolfe Creek meteorite crater, the second largest crater in the world at 880 metres across and is almost circular.

  • Explore the interesting limestone formation known as The China Wall. It is a natural white stone wall, which looks just like a miniature 'Great Wall of China'.

  • Head to the fresh water springs at Palm Springs or Caroline's Pool, or alternatively, check out Sawpit Gorge for nice places to swim.

About Halls Creek

Population 1,600

Halls Creek is located on the northern edge of the Great Sandy Desert, 289 kilometres east of Fitzroy Crossing. The town supports farming and mining industries and is a great base for exploring the area's natural and historical attractions.

From here you can take a tour to the World Heritage listed Purnululu National Park and see the amazing Bungle Bungle Range.

You can visit the second largest meteorite crater in the world at Wolfe Creek Crater National Park, or see the amazing six-metre high wall of quartz rock known as China Wall.

For something a little more relaxing, head to the fresh water springs at Palm Springs or Caroline's Pool, or alternatively, check out Sawpit Gorge for a nice place to swim.

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Halls Creek Visitor Information Centre

Hall Street
Halls Creek, Western Australia
Phone 1800 877 423
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