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Australian Deserts Gallery

Available as Framed Prints, Photos, Wall Art and Gift Items

Choose from 78 pictures in our Australian Deserts collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


The Pinnacles Desert Featured Print

The Pinnacles Desert

The Pinnacles Desert, limestone monoliths. No one knows just how the limestone pillars were formed, or why they have formed only here and a few other places. Certainly they came from deep down in sand formed of broken-down shells that was cemented by rain into limestone. Fire possibly removed the vegetation that had held the surface together, so that wind gradually uncovered the pillars. Nambung National Park, Western Australia

© Copyright Jaime Plaza Van Roon/AUSCAPE All rights reserved

RML00092 Featured Print

RML00092

Painted firetail
(Emblema pictum),
at nest feeding chicks. Painted Finches nest in the rocky gorges and spinifex plains of central Australia. They raise 3 to 5 young in a nest constructed from grass and lined with feathers.
Western Australia

© Robert McLean/AUSCAPE All rights reserved

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Ruins of Old Balgo Mission Featured Print

Ruins of Old Balgo Mission

Ruins of Old Balgo Mission, founded in 1940s. Lack of water forced the community, which had a school, convent, hospital, church, dormitories and bakery, to move 15 km west to the present Balgo in the mid 1960s; the old site is slowly being reclaimed by the spinifex desert. Northern Great Sandy Desert, Western Australia, Australia

© Copyright Tim Acker/AUSCAPE All rights reserved