Here a photo taken at Vulkathunha-Gammon Ranges NP. The Gammon Ranges are the nothern extension of the Flinders Ranges and their climate is the more arid of the two. Prospective visitors must take into account that the extremely hot, dry climate of central Australia during the southern summer months poses a serious challenge. A trip to the Gammon Ranges is more of an expedition, rather than a picnic outing, even in the 21st century. Appropriate preparation of a trip is absolutely essential - consult locals, National Parks Rangers and/or police before setting off. While the ranges themselves are dominated by low shrubs and some open grassland, the gullies running through them have scrub and River Red Gums. The Gammon Ranges, being located in the arid zone of the Australian continent, border on gibber plains and desert country. Note that photos presented on this website are available FOR SALE.
Hills of the Gammon Ranges at Arkaroola in evening light
One of the "locals" found at Arkaroola is a Grey Shrikethrush
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