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  1. The Simpsons Gap

    The area is an important spiritual site to the Arrernte Aboriginal people, where several dreaming trails and stories cross.

  2. The Simpsons Gap

    The area is an important spiritual site to the Arrernte Aboriginal people, where several dreaming trails and stories cross.

  3. Afternoon in the Simpsons Gap

    The Simpsons Gap area incorporates large areas of Mulga and is a major stronghold for over 40 rare and relict plants.

  4. Afternoon in the Simpsons Gap

    The Simpsons Gap area incorporates large areas of Mulga and is a major stronghold for over 40 rare and relict plants.

  5. Wallaby in the Simpsons Gap in the Simpsons Gap

    A wallaby is any animal belonging to the family Macropodidae that is smaller than a kangaroo and has not been designated otherwise…

  6. Wallaby in the Simpsons Gap

    The name "wallaby" comes from Dharug 'walabi' or 'waliba'. Young wallabies are known as "joeys", like many other marsupials.

  7. Wallaby in the Simpsons Gap

    The name "wallaby" comes from Dharug 'walabi' or 'waliba'. Young wallabies are known as "joeys", like many other marsupials.

  8. Larapinta Drive to the Simpsons Gap

  9. Larapinta Drive to the Simpsons Gap

  10. Larapinta Drive to the Simpsons Gap

  11. Crossing a dried-out river bed of the Palm Greek

    Palm Creek flows into the Finke River from the west about 15 km (by track) south of Hermannsburg.

  12. Dirty and stony road to the Palm Valley

    My first experience in a 4WD across stick and stones, I woud say rocks

  13. My 4wd exams on the wayto Palm Valley

  14. View into the Palm Valley

    Although the gorge usually appears dry, there are some small pockets of semi-permanent spring-fed pools that allow the unique flor…

  15. On the ground of thePalm Valley

    Palm Valley and the surrounding area is the only place in Central Australia where Red Cabbage Palms (Livistona mariae) survive.

  16. On the ground of thePalm Valley

    Palm Valley and the surrounding area is the only place in Central Australia where Red Cabbage Palms (Livistona mariae) survive.

  17. View from Kalarranga Lookout to different rocks formations

    During significant rainfall in the region, expanses of water can be witnessed flowing through the valley gorge.

  18. View from Kalarranga Lookout to different rocks formations

    During significant rainfall in the region, expanses of water can be witnessed flowing through the valley gorge.

  19. Rocks at the top of the Kalarranga Lookout

    Palm Creek flows into the Finke River from the west about 15 km (by track) south of Hermannsburg. The track follows the creek to P…

  20. View from Kalarranga Lookout to Mpaara

    The average rainfall for Palm Valley is only 200 mm per year.

  21. View from Kalarranga Lookout to Mpaara

    The average rainfall for Palm Valley is only 200 mm per year.