the Great Sandy Gardens …

After a tiring 1400km round trip, a few pics to whet the appetite. A wonderful and diverse region of flora and fauna, I have decided to change the name from Desert to Gardens, if the mapmakers want to change it to something that better describes the area. Click to enlarge …

It was cold, but sunny, and a week or two following some rain from a cloud band that went through WA’s North West. The Kidson Track travels from near Sandfire through to the Canning Stock route.


Grevillea refracta


Desert garden with Cyanostegia cyanocalyx in foreground


Melaleuca nervosa


Keraudrenia sp.


Grevillea wickhamii


Hakea macrocarpa

Owenia reticulata, Desert Walnut

Owenia reticulata, Desert Walnut


Acacia anaticeps

overview map

Kidson Track, from …

About Tom Harley

Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc. (Tom Harley)
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