Wolfe Creek meteorite is aw'right!

It’s a long, slow, bumpy drive south of Halls Creek down the Tanami Track (135km and corrugated most of the way) to get to the Wolfe Creek meteorite crater. But as the second largest crater in the world at an enormous 850 metre diameter, the journey to see it with our own eyes is worth every bit of effort.
At the base of the crater. It's a short climb from here to the top.
Almost getting blown away standing up on the crater'e edge. There is a path snaking its way down the side and into the heart of the crater, but with sandals and crocs on our feet instead of our hiking boots, we reluctantly have to opt out. 
Salvaging our very own bit of meteorite rock.