Simpson Desert Regional Reserve

Simpson Desert Conservation Park lies in the centre of the Simpson Desert, consisting of a sea of parallel red sand ridges some 300-500 km across. It lies across the corners of South Australia, Queensland and the Northern Territory. The area of land set aside as the Simpson Desert Regional Reserve is outside the Simpson Desert Conservation Park. The reserve links the conservation park to Witjira. A wide variety of desert flora and fauna (wildlife) are preserved in a landscape of varied dune systems, extensive playa lakes, spinifex grasslands and acacia woodlands.

 

Access may be restricted due to local road conditions.
Call the Desert Parks Hotline for current information on 1800 816 078 or Transport SA 1300 361 033.

 

Information for this National Park has been supplied courtesy of The Department for Environment and Heritage (DEH)

 

 

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