Welcome to the William Creek Hotel. We've been voted No. 2 Outback Pub!

 NEWS: William Creek Hotel voted 2nd, in Top 10 Outback Pubs! (National Geographic, article by Natsumi Penberthy, October 27, 2016).

Established in 1887 and Heritage listed the William Creek Hotel is one of the World’s most remote pubs. It is situated on the Oodnadatta Track by the Old Ghan Line in Outback  South Australia. The front bar is uniquely decorated by travellers from all over the world with memorabilia. 

William Creek is reputed to be the smallest town in South Australia surrounded by the world’s largest cattle station, Anna Creek Station. It is the closest town to Lake Eyre North and is the gateway to The Simpson Desert. Scenic flights are available all year round to experience the beauty of Lake Eyre (Kati Thanda) when dry or in flood and the amazing Anna Creek Painted Hills from the air. Visit the Wrightsair website for more information on flights from William Creek and Coober Pedy. Visit the The William Creek Hotel Facebook  & Instagram Page!


Available at the William Creek Hotel:- 

 Icy Cold Beer

 Unique Front bar

 Dining Room for breakfast, lunch and dinner

 Accommodation: Motel Style room with ensuite, or Budget rooms

 Camp Ground with modern ensuite cabins

 Powered and unpowered sites

 Fuel & Tyre Repairs

 Ice

 Souvenirs

 Takeaway Alcohol

 Group Bookings Welcome

 EFTPOS facilities

Enjoy the service and hospitality that William Creek, with its iconic "tin shed" historic hotel, The William Creek Hotel, has on offer. Ring The William Creek Hotel on 0886 707 880 or Wrightsair on 0886 707962. Visit the 


**Latest ROADS conditions. Click on this link to view conditions on the Oodnadatta and other tracks (SA Roads)

Recommended roads to reach William Creek are as follows:- 1. Port Augusta - Marree - William Creek (Scenic route through the Flinders Ranges); 2. Quickest Route: Port Augusta - Pimba - Roxby Downs - Borefield Track - Oodnadatta Track to William Creek or 3. part Bitumen Route: Stuart HWY to Coober Pedy then on the dirt road to William Creek.  

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