Dingo Well is located in a 7,000 square km Indigenous Protected Area and research here is conducted in partnership with the traditional owners. At this remote site a permanent water point was established using a solar pump setup that provides ongoing water for wildlife. This is the first study to investigate the influence of a remote man-made water point in the desert where dingoes are protected. We visit this site annually to assess how the water and the dingoes influence the abundance and movement patterns of wild herbivores, small mammals, and threatened animal and plant species. In particular we are interested in whether dingoes influence wild camels and wild cattle.