Where conditions are favourable, they form stable packs that maintain distinct territories that overlap little with neighbouring packs.
However, regional variations are seen, reflecting the flexible nature of dingo social structure. This flexibility is not surprising in view of the wide variety of habitats, prey species, climatic conditions and the levels of human exploitation encountered across this country.
A similar pattern also on the Nullabor. Here the dingoes prey mostly on rabbits. Water is sparse and shared by other groups.
These are just examples of a couple of locations to give you an idea on pack structures, taking into account, water and the seasons menu....