Simpson Desert after rains

Last updated 27 May 2016 

In March 2010, massive rains fell across much of central Australia in a once-in-a-decade event. Over the following months, the dry red sandhills of our Cravens Peak and Ethabuka Reserves were transformed. Here's the Simpson Desert as you've never seen it before – with birds, mammals and reptiles taking advantage of the conditions.

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