The world’s largest parallel sand dune desert, the Simpson Desert covers 150,000 square kilometres. For well-prepared 4WD travellers it offers an amazing trip across uninhabited wilderness as you travel over dunes, past salt lakes, spinifex grassland and gidgee woodland.
The Simpson Desert straddles South Australia, Northern Territory and Queensland. Four parks – the Simpson Desert National Park, Conservation Park, Regional Reserve and Witjira National Park – form one of the world’s largest protected zones, conserving unique wilderness. This is a landscape photographers dream with the stunning landscapes.