The Last Outback Nomads
The Gibson Desert covers an area of 15 million hectares making it the fifth largest desert in Australia. It’s a vast region of undulating red sand plains, rocky ridges, dunes, scrubby trees, and desert grass. This harsh and inhospitable environment provides the setting for a deeply moving love story, an Australian version of Romeo and Juliet. This is the story of Warri and Yatungka. Don’t miss it, because it carries an important message for all of us today.