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13 January, 2014
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HON KEN BASTON (Mining and Pastoral — Minister for Agriculture and Food) [3.08 pm]: […] To get back to the tourism potential, I have mentioned Wolf Creek crater and the Bungle Bungles. Everyone thinks they belong to Kununurra, but they do not; they are close to Halls Creek. If members have not been to Wolf Creek crater, I can tell them that it is pretty special.

Hon Ken Travers interjected.

Hon KEN BASTON: Has Hon Ken Travers been there?

Hon Ken Travers: Not after the movie!

Hon KEN BASTON: If Hon Ken Travers has seen the movie and he does go out there, I can tell him that it is a little eerie. Wolf Creek crater is 850 metres across. When people arrive at the crater, they think it looks like normal spinifex country. But when they walk up to the top of the crater, they find that the breeze almost whistles as it blows across the crater.

Hon Ken Travers: And John Jarratt comes out of the bushes, and that is when you really panic!

Subject: Address-in-Reply [Legislative Council – Motion]

Date: 21 May 2013

Hansard reference: p. 772 [online (pdf)]

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