North of Newman, are two places of significance to life in Australia and the life of this planet itself. The petroglyphs of the Punda Art Site tell a story of the human history of this part of the East Pilbara while nearby Hickman's Crater is a vestige of a meteorite that crashed to Earth as long as 100,000 years ago.
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