After leaving the Bungles our first stop was the frontier town of Halls Creek where we bought some light beer and groceries.
Then it was off to China Wall which is about 6km away via the Duncan Highway.
The more resistant quartz has weathered out of the softer surrounding rock to produce a miniature version of the Great Wall of China. It snakes through the country for several kilometres.
Maintaining the geological theme we then headed 150 km down the Tanamai to the Wolfe Creek Crater.
Some time in the Pleistocene 50,000 tonnes worth of meteorite came to visit. It’s about 875 metres in diameter and 60 metres from the present crater floor to the rim.
As fascinating as these landforms are our motives were not entirely geological. The creek at China Wall is a known drinking spot for Painted Finch, which sadly we did not see, and one of our number had not seen Grey-fronted Honeyeater which we hoped to find on the Tanamai, and in that we were successful.