Jamie Walker, Associate Editor of The Australian newspaper, reported on a very unique part of outback South Australia, The Anna Creek Painted Hills, featured in The Australian Saturday edition on Saturday 23 June 2018.
A recent visit to this spectacular landscape, which according to geologists was formed from sea-floor deposits 130 million years ago when dinosaurs roamed the land, gave an insight into how fragile and unique this ionised landscape is.
Wrightsair has exclusive scenic flights for small groups to this "otherworlding" place including guided tours on the ground. Check out the flights that are on offer here.
William Creek is the location of the first Satellite Small Cell 4G for Optus, giving visitors travelling through William Creek even greater connectivity. Optus connected the mobile service during winter 2018 and enables visitors to stay connected even faster.
You can purchase your Optus pre-paid SIM card at the William Creek Hotel to stay connected on your travels.
History was made at the launch of the brand new weather station at William Creek on Friday 24 November 2017 by the Bureau of Meteorology (BOM). It will be William Creek's first automatic weather station where online access allows you to see the weather in William Creek from anywhere around the world! Pictured left is the weather station being inspected by the Bureau of Meteorology before going live.
Tradesmen have been busy during June 2017 upgrading the shower and toilet block at William Creek. It has proved to be very popular with tourists using the campground facilities.
Photos showcase the new showers, toilets and basins in freshly tiled bathrooms.
Make sure you include a stay in William Creek on your next Outback adventure!