|Area||98,575.31 km2 (38,060.1 sq mi)|
The Sturt Plateau, an interim Australian bioregion, is located in the Northern Territory, and covers an area of 9,857,531 hectares (24,358,490 acres). The bioregion has the code STU. There are three subregions.
|IBRA regions and subregions: IBRA7|
|IBRA region / subregion||IBRA code||Area||States||Location in Australia|
|Sturt Plateau||STU||9,857,531 hectares (24,358,490 acres)||NT|
|Renehan||STU01||1,938,959 hectares (4,791,270 acres)|
|Newcastle||STU02||4,333,836 hectares (10,709,140 acres)|
|Birdum||STU03||3,584,736 hectares (8,858,080 acres)|
The Sturt Plateau bioregion consists of gently undulating plains on lateritised Cretaceous sandstones. Its earths are neutral, sandy, and red and yellow. The vegetation is variable-barked Bloodwood woodland with a spinifex understorey.
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