A tree stump in the sand

Perry Sandhills

The Perry Sandhills are an incredible natural formation of sand dunes about three kilometres outside of Wentworth in western NSW. It’s a great place to practice photography, so me and a mate headed up from Adelaide on an overnight trip to catch the sunset on the dunes. I finally caught some halfway decent night sky pictures too!

I’ve written an article about Perry Sandhills for Weekend Notes and you can check out my writer profile here! I like to practice my writing by earning a little bit of cash from publishing articles with them.

Here’s some of the pictures I didn’t give to Weekend Notes.

There’s plenty of inspiration for photographers and writers out there in the Australian country.

Michael G

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Adelaide based writer studying a Bachelor of Media. I'm obsessed with media, communications and digital storytelling. My passions are road trips, camping, hiking and my family. I write about things to do and see around South Australia and occasionally about media, design and communications related issues. Find me on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube @outdoorstype.

2 Comments

  1. Darcy
    October 20, 2021

    Hey Michael is it possible to camp on the Perry Sandhills?

    Reply
    1. Michael G
      October 20, 2021

      Hey Darcy,

      There’s no camping at Perry Sandhills. We camped at a caravan park nearby although the parks in Wentworth are not well-suited for small tents. If you find a nice spot please let me know!

      Thanks,

      Michael

      Reply

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