At Mungo, in far south-western NSW, you’ll find undulating sandplains, ancient lakebeds, spectacular dunes and abundant fossils.
Surrounded by desert, Mt Augustus is a colossus that transports walkers through ages past and present.
Known as kakarratul and itjaritjari to Aboriginal people, the marsupial mole of the dune deserts is a wonderful example of evolution in action.
Thorny Devil (Moloch horridus) on the hunt for some grub!
Record-breaking Aussie runner faced life-threatening conditions in desert marathon.
AG Reader Michael Murchie took this beautiful and eerie photo in far western Queensland.
One man has walked 1300km through the Western Desert, stopping at Aboriginal communities along the way.
The pinnacles are thousands of limestone pillars that rise out of the deep yellow sand of the desert in Nambung National Park.
A new tourism stunt will show Australia’s red centre to the world in 3-D. It’s just like life… only more expensive!
After heavy rains early in the season, birds and other wildlife are returning to the desert in droves.