Simpson Desert Conservation Park

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What is the ´Simpson Desert Conservation Park´?

Simpson Desert Conservation Park

Simpson Desert Conservation Park
632,680 hectares
This park is in the centre of the Simpson Desert. It consists of an endless series of red sand dunes, salt lakes, spinifex grass and gidgee woodland whilst after rare bouts of rain, wildflowers add a stunning range of colours.
A variety of birds and marsupials unique to this part of Australia - including eyerean grass wrens, zebra finches, Australian bustards, hopping mice and marsupial moles - inhabit the park.
Access should only be attempted by four-wheel drive vehicle.

   

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