This book has information on how to survive in deserts all around Australia. Since it is a book of survival it is very relevant for this topic. It is published by the Australian Geographic so it must have been edited and published and certified, therein this source is very reliable and has a shipload of information on how to survive in one of the most unforgiving biomes in the world.
This website really shows how the Aboriginal people across Australia have employed a number of common strategies to help them survive in some of the planet's most arid environments. It is very relevant for the current survival topic. It has great visuals to back up the information and is certified by the Australian Geographic and is therefore reliable. It has a great wealth of knowledge and facts and paints a great image. Though, it is not specific to the Great Victorian Desert, so you have to link up the ideas in your mind.
This prezi has a truckload of information. It goes through detailed reports on human impact, the native flora and fauna, the complete history, the entomology of the name of the desert and more. In the prezi there is an explanation on how the government and massive oil and mining companies are destroying the deserts in Australia.
This page may lack in a quantity of words but creates a vivid image in the minds eye of the social impact that tourism, global warming, and many people taking up residence in the area disrupts and pains the local native population. It is made by the national geographic which is a good indicator of reliability. Though it is more emotional that factual
This website has detailed explanation on the size and specifics of the Great Victorian desert environment. It really gives some great detail on the history of the desert and overall a great summary of one of Australia's greatest desert biomes.