Sedimentary: diamictite, sandstone, conglomerate, siltstone.
Generally flat-lying to gently dipping sedimentary basin dominated by glacial and fluvio-glacial sediments, extends into Western Australia.
Unconformably overlies the Neoproterozoic Victoria Basin. Unconformably overlain by the Cambrian Kalkarindji Province.
At least 2 km.
No known mineral deposits.
Dunster JN, 2013. Chapter 27: Wolfe Basin: in Ahmad M and Munson TJ (compilers) ‘Geology and Mineral Resources of the Northern Territory’. Northern Territory Geological Survey, Special Publication 5
Last updated: 28 November 2017