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The big sky, the red dirt, the remarkable Outback characters and the spectacular, contrasting colours - the Outback is one of the most spectacular places to photograph.

If you have any high quality or extraordinary Outback images that would help tell the story of the Outback, whether its people, heritage or nature, we’d love to hear from you - please 
email us.

Thanks to everyone who has contributed to our website. 


Mount Fredrick
Photo: Hugh Brown

Fat-tailed Dunnart (Sminthopsis crassicaudata)
Photo: Angus Emmott

‘Waltzing Matilda’
Photo: Glenn Walker

Nyangumarta Warrarn Rangers, Nyangumarta Indigenous Protected Area
Photo: Yamatji Marlpa Aboriginal Corporation (YMAC)

Outback pastoralist
Photo: Andrew Chapman

Bungle Bungle Range in Purnululu National Park
Photo: Glenn Walker


Mt Trafalgar, Prince Regent Nature Reserve, Kimberley
Photo: Annabelle Sandes

The Modern Outback
Video: Pew Charitable Trusts


Mount Fredrick
Photo: Hugh Brown

Dog walk for the Outback
Photo: Jade Richardson


Michael Clinch, Nallan Station
Photos: Kerry Trapnell


Wanjarri Station
Photo: Simon Nevill

Cattle with stockman
Photo: Kerry Trapnell

Nyangumarta Warrarn Rangers, Nyangumarta Indigenous Protected Area
Photo: Yamatji Marlpa Aboriginal Corporation (YMAC)


A galah (Eolophus roseicapilla) falls prey to a feral cat
Photo: Lochman Transparencies

Gascoyne River catchment land assessed as being in poor condition
Photographer: PJ Waddell

Stockman with cattle
Photo: Kerry Trapnell


Purnululu National Park
Photo: Glenn Walker

Mt Trafalgar, Prince Regent Nature Reserve, Kimberley
Photo: Annabelle Sandes

Great Western Woodlands
Photo: Barbara Madden

Kimberley Coast
Photo: Kevin Pearce

Our Outback is an amazing place, but what makes it special is at risk. 

"It breaks my heart to leave, but I have no choice."

My family and I have made the hardest of decisions – to leave our home, Nallan Station. We’ve given every last drop of energy, time and money to bring this extraordinary part of WA back to health, but now our time is up.

Outback people need your support. Please sign Michael’s petition asking the WA Government to make the Outback a priority, so that other families aren’t forced to leave.

Will you sign?

    When you sign the petition, an email will be sent to Premier Mark McGowan and Minister for Lands Rita Saffioti to let them know you’ve signed. The email will also be copied to Shadow Minister for Lands Liza Harvey, Leader of the Nationals Mia Davies, and Greens Member for the Mining and Pastoral Region Robin Chapple. Click here to read more

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