Australia has surely got deadly spiders, sharks and snakes, but the class of Australia does not stop people from travelling in. Australia is a heady mix of sun, surf and money, surely a place to be discovered. Wolf Creek is a travel horror film, based on true events that explore fascinating vast spread Australian lands. Wolf Creek is a travel film set in the beautiful Australian outback.Wolf Creek is a movie of three backpackers, Liz Hunter, Kristy Earl and Ben Mitchell travelling towards Wolf Creek National Park. These three sets off from Broome, Western Australia which is famous for Cable Beach and Roebuck Bay. Broome is a very famous tourist destination in Australia with many attractions, which is located in the traditional land of Yawuru people.
The trip moves along the Great Northern Highway which will take them to their final destination, Wolf Creek National Park. The great Northern Highway is among the remotest roads in the world and you can see nothing except land for around hundred kilometers. This highway is the longest Australian Highway.
The journey of the three backpackers continues via Cairns, Queensland known for its purity. Before they reach the Wolf Creek national Park, the trio makes a halt at the Halls Creek for the night. Halls creek is a town in the East Kimberley region which comes by the route towards the Wolf Creek National Park. This small town is known for its indigenous population. Finally the trio reaches the Wolf Creek National Park and the horror begins when they return back from the park, to find out that their car won’t start. A local bushman Mick Taylor comes there and offers the trio help and with no option left these travelers had to follow him. This is when the dreamy vacation turns in to a scary nightmare for the three. As Liz, Ben and Kristy search for any convincible way out, Wolf Creek plunges onto a terrifying and unforgettable climax.
Wolf Creek Crater is believed to be emerged from the impact of the meteorite which had a mass of 50,000 tonnes. The Crater is around 875 meters in diameter. So visit Australia to explore many such unique places which will drive you to a different world.