Perry's Sandhills, just outside Wentworth, New South Wales,
are like a mini Simpson Desert. They vary from deep red
through shades of gold,
with clumps of vegetation,
to a most appealing Naples Yellow or straw colour and cover
quite a large area. As in most of inland Australia, it is a hot
dry-land climate where harvests are good, if only there is rain
and rain is a very scarce commodity.
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