The Most Southern Desert

Tuesday, 19 February 2013

Photos: Andrew Shield

A short while ago we posted a video of Noa Deane enduring the heat and flies of the deep South Australian desert, we also mentioned that local legend Dion Atkinson was on the same trip, so we gave Dion a call to tell us more about the myseterious deep south. 

For those that have the latest issue nearby flick over to page 36 and you'll find a nice big clean double pager from this trip, for those of you that don't, click over here to find where you can pick up a copy from.

 


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