The 15 million hectare Gibson Desert is the fifth-largest in outback Australia. It’s a vast region of undulating sand plains, rocky ridges, red dunes, scrubby trees and desert grasses. Yet this inhospitable environment provides the unlikely setting for Australia’s own version of Romeo and Juliet. This is the deeply moving love story of Warri and Yatungka, whose story of survival in such harsh conditions has captured the interest of people the world over. Their passion for their ancestral country reminds us of the ultimate promised land
that God is preparing for us.