Simpson Desert

The Simpson Desert lies on the border of Queensland, South Australia, and the Northern Territory. It’s about 200 miles (320 kilometers) lengthy and one hundred miles (one hundred sixty kilometers) broad. The middle of the desert is an space of sand drift. The outer elements of the desert embrace naked, rocky hills, sand ridges, and rounded stones referred to as gibbers.


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