The Millbillillie fall, occurring Oct 1960, was witnessed by two station workers who were opening a fence gate on the Millbillillie-Jundee track in Western Australia. However, no specimens were recovered until 1970. The meteorite is typically comprised of small whole stones covered with an incredible glossy black fusion crust. Unfortunately they fell in a area of red clay and almost all of them have a surface stained red by the clay. Millbillillie is classified as an achondrite, eucrite. Eucrites are basalts that cool as lava flows on the crust or surface of the parent body.