At the eastern end of the incredibly vast Prohibited Area, South Australia's Woomera region is a desolate place of monumental salt lakes and endless plains of ragged shrubs. It is hospitable only to refugee detention centres and unexploded bombs. The few signs of human life consist of abandoned concrete constructions, absurd picnic grounds and signs stating that your presence is not welcome. Above all, a vast canopy of sky dominates, reducing all features of the landscape to an alien flatness that threatens to shroud the entire terrain.
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Seven nights after dark