More than 30mm of rain has fallen on the Kokatha Pastoral stations this month, which is the highest winter rainfall since 2016.
Last year the stations received just 0.2mm of rain during June and 6.4mm the year before.
Winter rainfall in the arid lands is important for the growth of some native plant species and to support birds and other wildlife.
Station overseer Sam Brackstone at a lagoon near Andamooka.
Significant rain has made some station tracks impassable.
Aunty Barbara Amos visiting the stations this week with her grandson Damien Coulthard.
A mob of 17 young emus enjoying the wet weather.