Sturt’s Stony Desert is an area that extends from the north-east of South Australia across into far southwestern border area of Queensland and down through the far north-west of New South Wales. It was named by Charles Sturt in 1844, while he was trying to find the inland sea which he believed lay at the centre of Australia. The artistry of this landscape lies in the incredibly detailed patterns of what are in effect small flat rocks forming what is, in fact, a tiled pavement like canvas as far as the eye can see.
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