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The Great Victoria Desert, an interim Australian bioregion, is a sparsely populated desert area ... 1903 and 1908. Len Beadell explored the area in the 1960s.

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The Great Victoria Desert is the largest desert in Australia, but it is not as ... by the European explorer Ernest Giles in 1875 and named after Queen Victoria.

www.britannica.com/place/Great-Victoria-Desert

Apr 13, 2017 ... Great Victoria Desert: wasteland, southern Australia. ... in 1875 by a party led by the explorer Ernest Giles, who named it Great Victoria Desert.

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Mar 22, 2014 ... The Great Victoria Desert is the largest sand dune desert in Australia. ... It was named by the explorer Ernest Giles in 1875, after Queen Victoria.

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Ernest Giles' exploration of the Great Victoria Desert commenced in March 1875 ... His second in command William Tietkins was to explore the country to the ...

www.naturalresources.sa.gov.au/alinytjara-wilurara/visiting/landscapes/great-victoria-desert

Great Victoria Desert is one of nine distinct landscapes in Alinytjara Wilurara natural resources management region.

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The Great Victoria Desert is a barren, arid and sparsely populated region in ... saw British explorer Ernest Giles become the first European to cross the desert.

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A vast, sparsely populated region covered by dunefields and gibber plains, the Great Victoria Desert receives little rain and experiences extreme temperatures.

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Nov 21, 2012 ... Named after Queen Victoria by explorer Ernest Giles in 1875, the Great Victoria Desert (GVD) covers around 420,000 square kilometres.

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The Great Victoria Desert (GVD) is not even near Victoria. It was, however, named after the same queen by the explorer Ernest Giles in 1875. The GVD is the ...