William Creek Hotel
Renowned for being the smallest town in Australia with a population of just sixteen William Creek is the closest settlement to the North bands of Lake Eyre North. The town is famous for the William Creek Hotel, one of the wold's most remote Pubs and was once a stop on The Ghan railway line.
Offering the only petrol station between Marree, Coober Pedy and Oodnadatta on the Oodnadatta Track William Creek is serviced twice weekly by the Coober Pedy Oodnadatta One Day Mail Run. The Hotel started out as a boarding house circa 1886 and became a store, wine bar and boarding house shortly thereafter. There is a bar in the hotel famous for its abundance of business cards stuck to the roof.