the Edgar Range, Great Sandy Desert …

One of my favorite West Australian destinations, The Edgar Range is at the northern end of the Great Sandy Desert, where intrepid explorer Robert Bogucki found himself after traveling from Sandfire on foot, trying to reach Fitzroy Crossing.

He was rescued 43 days after setting out and the local State Emergency crews had given up, so another crew complete with bloodhound trackers from the US found his trail. A news helicopter then went ahead and found him at the Edgar Range, a 100 plus kilometre long range, in the south of the Kimberley.

Breakaway Edgar Range country

cliffs and ravines of the Edgar Range

pindan posts, paired in severely burnt Sandy Desert country

About Tom Harley

Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc. (Tom Harley)
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4 Responses to the Edgar Range, Great Sandy Desert …

  1. Beautiful Shots!! 🤘

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