William Creek is reputed to be the smallest town in South Australia surrounded by the world’s largest pastoral station, Anna Creek Station, which is the size of Israel. It is the closest town to Lake Eyre North, in close proximity to the magical Anna Creek Painted Hills and the gateway to the Simpson Desert. The town has a permanent population of six, however during the winter months, this exceeds over 30… and one dog.
Staying in William Creek, gives you the opportunity to take advantage of an early morning scenic flight over the spectacular salt lake of Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre or the remarkable Anna Creek Painted Hills. Slow down and have a drink at the iconic William Creek Pub!
In 2018, the William Creek Hotel was a finalist in the South Australian Tourism Awards.
William Creek is in the middle of nowhere, on the way to somewhere, and an icon of the South Australian Outback.