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Simpson Desert covers an area of about 17 million hectares and is located in the north of Australia. Simpson Desert extends across Queensland, South Australia and the Northern Territory.

Localities within the Simpson Desert include Allitra Tableland (highlight), Arookara Range (highlight), Atoota Range (highlight), Big Red (highlight), Collins Range (highlight), Dakota Hill (highlight), Elizabeth Ridge (highlight), Engoordina (highlight), Honeycomb Mining Camp (highlight), Jack Gray Plain (highlight), Kalidawarry (highlight), Kooringala Ridge (highlight), Maryvale (highlight), Mernie Sandhill (highlight), Moolta Hills (highlight), Mount Squire (highlight), Mudloo Flat (highlight), Old Andado (highlight), Oolabarrinna Crossing (highlight), Pillar Range (highlight), Poeppel Corner (highlight), Rodinga Range (highlight), Rodinga Range (highlight), Rumbalara (highlight), Shanks Corner (highlight), The Alkaowra Flood Flats (Ilkildana Channels) (highlight), Toko Range (highlight), Toomba Range (highlight), Twin Hills (highlight), Two Hills (highlight) and Walla Hills (highlight).

Bores and wells within the Simpson Desert include Alice Well (highlight), Alka Seltzer Bore (highlight), Anacoora Bore (highlight), Anniversary Bore (highlight), Aralka Bore (highlight), Archies Bore (highlight), Bent Bore (highlight), Birthday Bore (highlight), Birthday Bore (highlight), Box Waterhole (highlight), Button Grass Bore (highlight), Centenary Bore (highlight), Centenary Bore (highlight), Community Bore (highlight), Coochie Bore (highlight), Dakota Bore (highlight), Drafters Camp Bore (highlight), East Bore (highlight), Easter Bore (highlight), Engine Bore (highlight), Everglades Bore (highlight), Exploration Bore (highlight), Glengyle (10) Bore (highlight), Green Bore (highlight), Gumtree Bore (highlight), Hales Bore (highlight), Half Finished Bore (highlight), Hawksnest Bore (highlight), Hayes Well (highlight), House Bore (highlight), Indemina Bore (highlight), Indinda Well (highlight), Jimarrow Bore (highlight), Junction Bore (highlight), Kalidawarry Bore (highlight), Kamaran (5) Bore (highlight), Kamaran Downs (3) Bore (highlight), Kautarakary Bore (highlight), Kay Bore (highlight), Little Well (highlight), Magellan Bore (highlight), Mayfield Bore (highlight), McCoullouch Well (highlight), McDills No 1 Bore (highlight), Mereenie Bore (highlight), Miandana A Bore (highlight), Middle Bore (highlight), Mirrica Bore (highlight), Montara Bore (highlight), Mudloo Well (highlight), Mulga Bore (highlight), No 1 Bore (highlight), No 2 Bore (highlight), No 4 Bore (highlight), No 4 Bore (highlight), No 5 Bore (highlight), No 6 Bore (highlight), No 7 Bore (highlight), North Bore (highlight), Oasis Bore (highlight), Peebles Bore (highlight), Philippi (3) Bore (highlight), Purni Bore (highlight), Redbank Bore (highlight), Siberia No 1 Bore (highlight), Snake Creek Bore (highlight), Taylors Bore (highlight), West Bore (highlight), Whip Well (highlight), White Hills Bore (highlight), Wickamunna Bore (highlight), Widgetty Bore (highlight), Wilkaneen Bore (highlight) and Wilkaneer Bore (highlight).

Towns, villages or cities near Simpson Desert include the village of Santa Teresa (show me), the village of Amoonguna (show me) and the city of Alice Springs (show me).

Bonzle users sighted or observed the following birds in Simpson Desert: australian hobby, black falcon, black kite, black-breasted buzzard, brown falcon, budgerigar, emu, grey falcon, little corella, little crow, orange chat, peregrine falcon, pink-eared duck, red-tailed black-cockatoo, square-tailed kite, torresian crow, wedge-tailed eagle and zebra finch. Is this list accurate? Are you a keen bird watcher? Have you been bird watching in Simpson Desert? What species of birds have you seen? Contribute your knowledge by clicking here. For a comprehensive flexibound field guide to Australia's birds try Birds of Australia: Eighth Edition.

Bonzle users have reported that the following vermin (feral animals, insects and weeds) have invaded Simpson Desert: european wild fox. Do you know of other feral animals, insects and weeds that have invaded Simpson Desert? Is this list accurate? Contribute your knowledge by clicking here.

Big RedBig Red There are 5 places with pictures within Simpson Desert: Big Red, Rumbalara, Geosurveys Hill, Old Andado and Sandringham

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