Rivers of Channel Country, Australia – April 14th, 201126.4S 140.3E
The paths of rivers in Australia’s Channel Country stand out as green and light tan lines against the surrounding rusty red landscape.
Channel Country is a region of outback Australia whose name comes from the numerous intertwined rivulets that cross the region, which cover 150,000 km².
It features an arid landscape with a series of ancient flood plains from rivers which only flow intermittently. The principal rivers are Georgina River, Cooper Creek and the Diamantina River.