Dalhousie Springs & Lake Eyre from William Creek
- Dalhousie Springs - Witjira National Park
- 5 hours (approx)
- Min Passengers:
DALHOUSIE SPRINGS FLIGHT FROM WILLIAM CREEK
Depart William Creek and fly to Lake Eyre over the vast cattle country of Anna Creek Station to the gibber shelf on the Western shoreline of Belt Bay (lowest point in Australia), Silcrete Island and some of the eroded peninsulas that jut out into the salt bed, Jackboot Bay, the Southern end of the Warburton Groove and Halligan Bay viewing station.
From here, continue towards the Dalhousie Artesian hot springs where you can relax and soak in the largest thermal ponds in Australia which range in temperature from 38 to 43°C. Experience the native flora and fauna in this idyllic, isolated environment.
The trip will include a picnic lunch (with beverage of your choice) so that you can truly relax in style before returning the William Creek in the afternoon.
Other highlights include crossing the historic original Ghan railway line and the famous Oodnadatta track
Did you know?
National Heritage-listed Dalhousie Springs have been used by Aboriginal people for thousands of years as a source of food, shelter and medicine.