• Boodjamulla National Park, formerly known as Lawn Hill National Park, is a national park in the Gulf Country region of northwestern Queensland, Australia. The park is 340 km northwest of Mount Isa or 1,837 km northwest of Brisbane.
    OB101 Sunrise, Boodjamulla National Park (Lawn Hill), Queensland
    950,625
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  • Boodjamulla National Park, formerly known as Lawn Hill National Park, is a national park in the Gulf Country region of northwestern Queensland, Australia. The park is 340 km northwest of Mount Isa or 1,837 km northwest of Brisbane.
    OB102 Boodjamulla National Park (Lawn Hill), Queensland
    950,625
  • Sturt National Park is in the arid north-western corner of New South Wales, Australia, 1059 km northwest of Sydney. Established in 1972, the park is named after explorer Charles Sturt.
    OB103 Coolabah Trees Reflecting in Billabong, Sturt National Park NSW
    950,634
  • Sturt National Park is in the arid north-western corner of New South Wales, Australia, 1059 km northwest of Sydney. Established in 1972, the park is named after explorer Charles Sturt.
    OB104 Galah, Billabong Sturt National Park NSW
    950,630
  • Taken in Wellford Narional Park. Welford is a national park in Central West Queensland, Australia, 991 km west of Brisbane founded by Claire Gillman. It is located just to the south east of Jundah. The name of the park comes from the original owner of the grazing station which was eventually called Welford Downs after Richard Welford. Welford himself had named the station Walton.
    The rare yellow-footed Rock-wallaby is found in the park as are aboriginal stone arrangements and water wells.
    OB105 Sunset, Sand Dune, Outback Queensland
    950,624
  • Taken in Wellford Narional Park. Welford is a national park in Central West Queensland, Australia, 991 km west of Brisbane founded by Claire Gillman. It is located just to the south east of Jundah. The name of the park comes from the original owner of the grazing station which was eventually called Welford Downs after Richard Welford. Welford himself had named the station Walton. The rare yellow-footed Rock-wallaby is found in the park as are aboriginal stone arrangements and water wells.
    OB106 Desert Oak and Spinifex, Outback Queensland
    950,622
  • Taken in Wellford Narional Park. Welford is a national park in Central West Queensland, Australia, 991 km west of Brisbane founded by Claire Gillman. It is located just to the south east of Jundah. The name of the park comes from the original owner of the grazing station which was eventually called Welford Downs after Richard Welford. Welford himself had named the station Walton.
    The rare yellow-footed Rock-wallaby is found in the park as are aboriginal stone arrangements and water wells.
    OB107 Full Moon at Sunset, Ghost gum, Outback Australia
    950,624
  • Mungo National Park is an isolated national park in south-western New South Wales, Australia, 876 km west of Sydney, in Balranald Shire. It is part of the Willandra Lakes Region, a World Heritage Site covering 2,400 square kilometres, and incorporating seventeen dry lakes. The central feature of Mungo National Park is Lake Mungo, the second largest of the ancient dry lakes. Mungo National Park is most significant for the archaeological remains which have been discovered there. The remains of Mungo Man, the oldest human remains discovered in Australia, and Mungo Lady, the oldest known human to have been ritually cremated, were both discovered within the park.
    OB108 Full Moon, Mungo National Park NSW
    950,625
  • Mungo National Park is an isolated national park in south-western New South Wales, Australia, 876 km west of Sydney, in Balranald Shire. It is part of the Willandra Lakes Region, a World Heritage Site covering 2,400 square kilometres, and incorporating seventeen dry lakes. The central feature of Mungo National Park is Lake Mungo, the second largest of the ancient dry lakes. Mungo National Park is most significant for the archaeological remains which have been discovered there. The remains of Mungo Man, the oldest human remains discovered in Australia, and Mungo Lady, the oldest known human to have been ritually cremated, were both discovered within the park.
    OB109 Mungo National Park NSW
    950,624
  • Mungo National Park is an isolated national park in south-western New South Wales, Australia, 876 km west of Sydney, in Balranald Shire. It is part of the Willandra Lakes Region, a World Heritage Site covering 2,400 square kilometres, and incorporating seventeen dry lakes. The central feature of Mungo National Park is Lake Mungo, the second largest of the ancient dry lakes. Mungo National Park is most significant for the archaeological remains which have been discovered there. The remains of Mungo Man, the oldest human remains discovered in Australia, and Mungo Lady, the oldest known human to have been ritually cremated, were both discovered within the park.
    OB110 Mungo National Park NSW
    950,623
  • Wyperfeld National Park is the third largest national park in Victoria (south-eastern Australia). Declared in 1921 and expanded significantly since, it protects more than 3,500 km² of mallee, woodland, and heathland in Victoria's north-west, about 450 km northwest of Melbourne.
    OB111 Sunrise, Wyperfield National Park, Victoria
    950,621
  • The Coongie Lakes form a complex and extensive freshwater wetland system in north-eastern South Australia which includes lakes, channels, billabongs, shallow floodplains, deltas, and interdune swamps. It lies on the floodplain of Cooper Creek, an ephemeral river flowing through a desert landscape in the Lake Eyre Basin which rarely, after occasional large floods, empties into Lake Eyre. The wetlands have been recognised as being of international importance by designation under the Ramsar Convention; the site was listed on 15 June 1987 as Ramsar site 376. It is also a World Heritage Site and, in part, an Important Bird Area (IBA) and a national park. It lies within the Innamincka Regional Reserve, about 100 km north-west of Innamincka and 1100 km north-east of Adelaide.
    OB112 Pelicans, Full Moon, Coongie Lakes, South Australia
    950,618
  • The Coongie Lakes form a complex and extensive freshwater wetland system in north-eastern South Australia which includes lakes, channels, billabongs, shallow floodplains, deltas, and interdune swamps. It lies on the floodplain of Cooper Creek, an ephemeral river flowing through a desert landscape in the Lake Eyre Basin which rarely, after occasional large floods, empties into Lake Eyre. The wetlands have been recognised as being of international importance by designation under the Ramsar Convention; the site was listed on 15 June 1987 as Ramsar site 376. It is also a World Heritage Site and, in part, an Important Bird Area (IBA) and a national park. It lies within the Innamincka Regional Reserve, about 100 km north-west of Innamincka and 1100 km north-east of Adelaide.
    OB113 Dawn, Coongie Lakes, South Australia
    950,629
  • The Gammon Ranges are part of the northern Flinders Ranges, immediately southwest of and adjacent to Arkaroola Sanctuary. They encompass some of the most rugged and spectacular country in South Australia.
    OB114 Storm, Gammon Ranges, South Australia
    950,625
  • The Gammon Ranges are part of the northern Flinders Ranges, immediately southwest of and adjacent to Arkaroola Sanctuary. They encompass some of the most rugged and spectacular country in South Australia.
    OB115 Gammon Ranges National Park, Outback South Australia
    950,628
  • The Flinders Ranges National Park, one of South Australia's most significant national parks is situated approximately 400 km north of Adelaide. This area is world-renowned for its geological history, Aboriginal rock art sites, impressive fossil remains and its ruins of early European settlement. For the Aboriginal people - the Adnyamathanha - the hills or rock people, the ranges are still of immense cultural significance.
    OB116 Flinders Ranges National Park, South Australia
    950,605
  • The Flinders Ranges National Park, one of South Australia's most significant national parks is situated approximately 400 km north of Adelaide. This area is world-renowned for its geological history, Aboriginal rock art sites, impressive fossil remains and its ruins of early European settlement. For the Aboriginal people - the Adnyamathanha - the hills or rock people, the ranges are still of immense cultural significance.
    OB117 The Flinders Ranges, South Australia
    950,633
  • The Flinders Ranges National Park, one of South Australia's most significant national parks is situated approximately 400 km north of Adelaide. This area is world-renowned for its geological history, Aboriginal rock art sites, impressive fossil remains and its ruins of early European settlement. For the Aboriginal people - the Adnyamathanha - the hills or rock people, the ranges are still of immense cultural significance
    OB118 The Flinders Ranges, South Australia
    950,635
  • The Flinders Ranges National Park, one of South Australia's most significant national parks is situated approximately 400 km north of Adelaide. This area is world-renowned for its geological history, Aboriginal rock art sites, impressive fossil remains and its ruins of early European settlement. For the Aboriginal people - the Adnyamathanha - the hills or rock people, the ranges are still of immense cultural significance.
    OB119 Heysen Range, Flinders Ranges, South Australia
    950,527
  • The Flinders Ranges National Park, one of South Australia's most significant national parks is situated approximately 400 km north of Adelaide. This area is world-renowned for its geological history, Aboriginal rock art sites, impressive fossil remains and its ruins of early European settlement. For the Aboriginal people - the Adnyamathanha - the hills or rock people, the ranges are still of immense cultural significance.
    OB120 ABC Range, Flinders Ranges, South Australia
    950,500
  • The Flinders Ranges National Park, one of South Australia's most significant national parks is situated approximately 400 km north of Adelaide. This area is world-renowned for its geological history, Aboriginal rock art sites, impressive fossil remains and its ruins of early European settlement. For the Aboriginal people - the Adnyamathanha - the hills or rock people, the ranges are still of immense cultural significance.
    OB121 Razorback, Flinders Ranges, South Australia
    950,542
  • The Flinders Ranges National Park, one of South Australia's most significant national parks is situated approximately 400 km north of Adelaide. This area is world-renowned for its geological history, Aboriginal rock art sites, impressive fossil remains and its ruins of early European settlement. For the Aboriginal people - the Adnyamathanha - the hills or rock people, the ranges are still of immense cultural significance.
    OB122 Flinders Ranges, South Australia
    950,633
  • The red kangaroo (Macropus rufus) is the largest of all kangaroos, the largest mammal native to Australia, and the largest extant marsupial. It is found across mainland Australia, avoiding only the more fertile areas in the south, the east coast, and the northern rainforests.
    OB123 Red Kangaroos, Flinders Ranges, South Australia
    950,635
  • The red kangaroo (Macropus rufus) is the largest of all kangaroos, the largest mammal native to Australia, and the largest extant marsupial. It is found across mainland Australia, avoiding only the more fertile areas in the south, the east coast, and the northern rainforests.

    OB124 Red Kangaroos, Flinders Ranges, South Australia
    950,635
  • The emu (Dromaius novaehollandiae) is the largest bird native to Australia and the only extant member of the genus Dromaius. It is the second-largest extant bird in the world by height, after its ratite relative, the ostrich. There are three subspecies of emus in Australia. The emu is common over most of mainland Australia, although it avoids heavily populated areas, dense forest, and arid areas.
    OB125 Emu, Flinders Ranges, South Australia
    635,950
  • The Flinders Ranges National Park, one of South Australia's most significant national parks is situated approximately 400 km north of Adelaide. This area is world-renowned for its geological history, Aboriginal rock art sites, impressive fossil remains and its ruins of early European settlement. For the Aboriginal people - the Adnyamathanha - the hills or rock people, the ranges are still of immense cultural significance.
    OB126 Flinders Ranges National Park, South Australia
    635,950
  • The River Red Gum (Eucalyptus camaldulensis) is a tree of the genus Eucalyptus. It is one of around 800 in the genus. It is a plantation species in many parts of the world, but is native to Australia, where it is widespread, especially beside inland water courses.
    OB127 River Red Gum, Flinders Ranges, South Australia
    633,950
  • A goanna is any of several Australian monitor lizards of the genus Varanus, as well as to certain species from Southeast Asia. Around 30 species of goanna are known, 25 of which are found in Australia. This varied group of carnivorous reptiles range greatly in size and fill several ecological niches The goanna features prominently in Aboriginal mythology and Australian folklore.
    OB128 Monitor Lizard at Uluru / Ayers Rock
    641,950
  • The Galah (Eolophus roseicapilla), is one of the most common and widespread cockatoos, and it can be found in open country in almost all parts of mainland Australia.
    OB129 Galah, Central Australia
    616,950
  • Corymbia aparrerinja, commonly known as Ghost Gum, is an evergreen tree that is native to Central Australia.
    OB130 Ghost Gums, Trephina Gorge, Northern Territory
    626,950
  • Uluru, also known as Ayers Rock and officially gazetted as Uluru / Ayers Rock. The sandstone monolith stands 348 metres high with most of its bulk below the ground. Uluru is sacred to the Anangu, the Aboriginal people of the area. The rock is about 3.6kms long and 1.9kms wide, with a circumference of 9.4kms.
    OB131 Uluru / Ayers Rock, Northern Territory
    612,950
  • Kata Tjuta, also known as The Olgas are a group of large domed rock formations or bornhardts in the southern part of the Northern Territory, central Australia. Uluru, 25 km (16 mi) to the east, and Kata Tjuta form the two major landmarks within the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Scientists have dated the rock at an age of 600 million years.

    OB132 Kata Tjuta (The Olgas), Northern Territory
    950,608
  • Kata Tjuta, also known as The Olgas are a group of large domed rock formations or bornhardts in the southern part of the Northern Territory, central Australia. Uluru, 25 km (16 mi) to the east, and Kata Tjuta form the two major landmarks within the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Scientists have dated the rock at an age of 600 million years.
    OB133 Kata Tjuta (The Olgas), Northern Territory
    950,609
  • Nitmiluk National Park is in the Northern Territory of Australia, 244 km southeast of Darwin, around a series of gorges on the Katherine River and Edith Falls.
    OB134 Smiths Rock, Nitmiluk National Park, (Katherine Gorge), N.T.
    950,614
  • Palm Valley, within the Finke Gorge National Park, is an east-west running valley in the Krichauff Range, southwest of Alice Springs in the Northern Territory. Palm Valley and the surrounding area is the only place in Central Australia where Red Cabbage Palms (Livistona mariae) survive. The nearest specimens are 850 kilometres away in Queensland. The valley is indicative of central Australia’s tropical past, whereas the region is now largely dry Central Ranges xeric scrub.
    OB135 Palm Valley, Finke Gorge National Park, Northern Territory
    950,609
  • The Devils Marbles are known as Karlu Karlu in all four local Aboriginal languages. This remarkable site is a sacred place to Aboriginal traditional owners.
    OB136 Karlu Karlu, Devils Marbles Nature Reserve, Northern Territory
    950,562
  • The red kangaroo (Macropus rufus) is the largest of all kangaroos, the largest mammal native to Australia, and the largest extantmarsupial. It is found across mainland Australia, avoiding only the more fertile areas in the south, the east coast, and the northern rainforests.
    OB137 Red Kangaroo, Mutawintji National Park NSW
    950,541
  • Pogona is a genus of reptiles containing eight species, which are often known by the common name bearded dragons (Pogona vitticeps). Members of this genus live in the arid, rocky, semidesert regions and dry open woodlands of Australia.
    OB138 Bearded Dragon, Mutawintji National Park NSW
    950,532
  • Mungo National Park is an isolated national park in south-western New South Wales, Australia, 876 km west of Sydney, in Balranald Shire. It is part of the Willandra Lakes Region, a World Heritage Site covering 2,400 square kilometres, and incorporating seventeen dry lakes. The central feature of Mungo National Park is Lake Mungo, the second largest of the ancient dry lakes. Mungo National Park is most significant for the archaeological remains which have been discovered there. The remains of Mungo Man, the oldest human remains discovered in Australia, and Mungo Lady, the oldest known human to have been ritually cremated, were both discovered within the park.
    OB139 Mungo National Park NSW
    950,531
  • The Zebra Finch (Taeniopygia guttata) is the most common estrildid finch of Central Australia and ranges over most of the continent, avoiding only the cool moist south and the tropical far north.
    OB140 Zebra Finches, Outback Australia
    950,618
  • Umbrawarra Gorge Nature Park is a nature park located south of Darwin in the Northern Territory. The Wagiman Aboriginal people are the traditional owners of the land, and ancient Aboriginal art adorns the gorge walls.
    OB141 Umbrawarra Gorge Nature Reserve, Northern Territory
    950,606
  • Known as Broad-leaved carbeen.
    OB142 Eucalyptus confertiflora, Outback Queensland
    616,950
  • Corymbia aparrerinja, commonly known as Ghost Gum, is an evergreen tree that is native to Central Australia.
    OB143 Ghost gum, Outback Queensland
    620,950
  • The Flinders Ranges National Park, one of South Australia's most significant national parks is situated approximately 400 km north of Adelaide. This area is world-renowned for its geological history, Aboriginal rock art sites, impressive fossil remains and its ruins of early European settlement. For the Aboriginal people - the Adnyamathanha - the hills or rock people, the ranges are still of immense cultural significance.
    OB144 Moonlit River Red Gums, Flinders Ranges, South Australia
    622,950
  • There are several types of paper daisies in Austrlaia. This one has not been identified.
    OB145 Everlasting Daisies, Outback Australia
    616,950
  • Kata Tjuta, also known as The Olgas are a group of large domed rock formations or bornhardts in the southern part of the Northern Territory, central Australia. Uluru, 25 km (16 mi) to the east, and Kata Tjuta form the two major landmarks within the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. Scientists have dated the rock at an age of 600 million years.
    OB146 Kata Tjuta (The Olgas) Northern Territory
    624,950
  • Umbrawarra Gorge Nature Park is a nature park located south of Darwin in the Northern Territory. The Wagiman Aboriginal people are the traditional owners of the land, and ancient Aboriginal art adorns the gorge walls.
    OB147 Umbrawarra Gorge Nature Reserve, Northern Territory
    613,950
  • The Plenty Highway is a 498 kilometre outback mostly unsealed track in the Northern Territory between the Stuart Highway and north-western Queensland.
    OB148 Along The Plenty Highway, Northern Territory
    644,950
  • The Major Mitchell's Cockatoo (Lophochroa leadbeateri) also known as Leadbeater's Cockatoo or Pink Cockatoo, is a medium-sized cockatoo restricted to arid and semi-arid inland areas of Australia.
    OB149 Major Mitchell Cockatoo, Outback Australia
    950,618
  • The Flinders Ranges National Park, one of South Australia's most significant national parks is situated approximately 400 km north of Adelaide. This area is world-renowned for its geological history, Aboriginal rock art sites, impressive fossil remains and its ruins of early European settlement. For the Aboriginal people - the Adnyamathanha - the hills or rock people, the ranges are still of immense cultural significance.
    OB150 Flinders Ranges, South Australia
    1000,668
  • The Coongie Lakes form a complex and extensive freshwater wetland system in north-eastern South Australia which includes lakes, channels, billabongs, shallow floodplains, deltas, and interdune swamps. It lies on the floodplain of Cooper Creek, an ephemeral river flowing through a desert landscape in the Lake Eyre Basin which rarely, after occasional large floods, empties into Lake Eyre. The wetlands have been recognised as being of international importance by designation under the Ramsar Convention; the site was listed on 15 June 1987 as Ramsar site 376. It is also a World Heritage Site and, in part, an Important Bird Area (IBA) and a national park. It lies within the Innamincka Regional Reserve, about 100 km north-west of Innamincka and 1100 km north-east of Adelaide.
    OB151 Dawn, Coongie Lakes, Outback South Australia
    950,623
  • Mutawintji (previous name: Mootwingee) is a national park in New South Wales, Australia, 878 km west of Sydney and about 130 km north-east of Broken Hill.
    The rugged, mulga-clad Byngnano Range is dissected by colourful gorges, rockpools and creek beds lined with red gums. Scattered among the caves and overhangs are Aboriginal rock art and engravings.
    OB152 Mutawintji National Park NSW
    623,950
  • OB153 Sunrise, Lawn Hill, Queensland
    624,950
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