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  1. Dirty and stony road to the Palm Valley

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

  2. 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…

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. 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…

  6. View from Kalarranga Lookout to Mpaara

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

  7. View from Kalarranga Lookout to the Campground

    The track to Palm Valley is still only accessible with a four-wheel drive vehicle. It departs from the town of Hermannsburg and tr…

  8. View from Kalarranga Lookout over the valley

    Palm Valley, within the Finke Gorge National Park, is an east-west running valley in the Krichauff Range 123 km (138 km by road) s…

  9. Rocks formation of Mpaara

    Palm Valley, within the Finke Gorge National Park, is an east-west running valley in the Krichauff Range 123 km (138 km by road) s…

  10. Unsealed Larapinta Drive

    Larapinta Drive is a designated state route in the Northern Territory of Australia.

  11. Early morning in the MacDonnel Ranges

    The MacDonnell Ranges, an interim Australian bioregion, are located in the Northern Territory, and are a 644 km (400 mi) long seri…

  12. View at Gosses Bluff, which is thought to be a impact crater

    The original crater is thought to have been formed by the impact of an asteroid or comet approximately 142.5 ± 0.8 million years a…

  13. View at Gosses Bluff, which is thought to be impact crater

    The original crater is thought to have been formed by the impact of an asteroid or comet approximately 142.5 ± 0.8 million years a…

  14. MacDonnel Ranges during sunset

    The ranges were named after Sir Richard MacDonnell (the Governor of South Australia at the time) by John McDouall Stuart, whose 18…

  15. View to the moutain range of the MacDonnel Ranges close to sunse

    The MacDonnel Range consist of parallel ridges running to the east and west of Alice Springs.

  16. Rocks in the western MacDonnel Ranges in the late afternoon

    The MacDonnell Ranges were often depicted in the paintings of Albert Namatjira.

  17. Lookout in the MacDonnel Ranges in the early afternoon

    The ranges were named after Sir Richard MacDonnell (the Governor of South Australia at the time) by John McDouall Stuart, whose 18…

  18. Lookout in the MacDonnel Ranges in the early afternoon

    The ranges were named after Sir Richard MacDonnell (the Governor of South Australia at the time) by John McDouall Stuart, whose 18…

  19. Gorge of Standley Chasm

    A relatively short and easy drive from Alice Springs, Standley Chasm cuts through the tough quartzite to form a picturesque natura…

  20. Entry to the gorge of Standley Chasm

    Surging flood waters over thousands of years are responsible for this beautiful site, which is at its most impressive in the middl…

  21. Palm in the Standleay Chasm

    Thanks to water, the gully floor is lush that range from delicate ferns to tall gum trees; many species such as the cycad palm, ha…