Gibson Desert Laverton

Gibson Desert

Gibson Desert Laverton - WA Landmarks

Landmark: Gibson Desert
Address: Great Central Road, Neale, 6440, WA

The Gibson Desert is the fifth largest desert in Australia covering a mammoth 155,0000 square kilometres, named after Alfred Gibson who was lost and later presumed dead during an expedition in 1874 the famous Gibson desert remains in an almost unspoiled condition. If you are searching for the ultimate Western Desert Safari you will discover that this natures wonderland will give you a first hand experience like no other.

For those yearning seclusion, look no further and immerse your soul in the splendid isolation that nature provides with changing landscapes, plants, birds and wildlife thriving in this harsh environment. Travel through country where you will discover traditional nomadic Aboriginals in the most isolated community in Australia- the Kiwirrkurrna community.

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