Glendambo Floodwaters brings new life to the Desert.

Sunday, Feb 20, 2022 at 15:52

Stephen L (Clare) SA



In late January 2022, many locations across Outback South Australia received torrential rainfall as remnants of ex Tropical Cyclone Tiffany.

A number of locations received hundreds of millimetres of rain and it was claims it was a once in 200 year event.

The Stuart Highway at Glendambo was flooded and all road traffic was stopped for over 2 weeks.

Within 3 days of the highway being open a pair of Red Necked Avocets have called this their home and made a nest on the dirt alongside of the bitumen.



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