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Lake Stretch is a large permanent billabong on Sturt Creek located 15km from Billiluna, just off the northern end of the Canning Stock Route.  This place is associated with the mythological Two Brothers Story. The brothers passed away and transformed into ancestor trees that now watch over and look after Nyarna. Camping, bird watching, walking and fishing are activities that can be undertaken here. Visitors must bring all their own supplies.
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​Wolfe Creek Meteorite Crater, in Australia, was formed by a giant meteorite that crashed into the earth 300,000 years ago. The 50,000 tonne meteorite impacted with a speed of 15 km a second, leaving the second biggest crater in the world from which bits of meteorite have been collected.

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