|Port Augusta's location, at the end of the red arrow.|
|Entrance from the Stuart Highway, on the northern outskirts of Port Augusta.|
(Looking into the morning sun - sorry!)
|Old Western Myall Acacia papyrocarpa in chenopod shrublands, Arid Land Botanic Gardens.|
These trees are said to live for perhaps a thousand years.
|The hide above, and the view from it (to the right of the top picture) below.|
|Singing Honeyeaters enjoying the facilities.|
|Other bush birds are likely just to come and investigate; this female White-winged Fairy-wren |
Malurus leucopterus almost certainly doesn't drink, getting her liquid requirements from her insect meals.
|Plantings around the carparks (above) and one of the picnic areas (below).|
|Sturt's Desert Pea Swainsona formosa.|
|Green Rattlepod Crotolaria cunninghamii; a striking pea of the inland red dunes.|
|Halgania cyanea Family Boraginaceae|
|Granite Eremophila Eremophila platycalyx, from the granite country of central Western Australia.|
|Eremophila stenophylla from south-west Queensland.|