William Creek – (1)

After leaving Muloorina Station we jumped back on the Oodanatta track driving NW, we came across a quaint little place called Mutonia Sculptue Park, Robin Cooke was the sculptor of these quirky things – quite amazing & very interesting.

Along the way there are quite a few railway slidings & water tanks, approx every 20klms you find these & in between, old creek crossing bridges, not always complete but enough so you can work out what they are. Also came across 2 ‘very pink’ water tanks that were in working order because there was some cattle having a drink, not long after we drove into the budding metropolis of William Creek – what an interesting little town, quite a lot of history & relics of years go by.

We camped up in the caravan park which had very good facilities and walked over to the pub for dinner, sat amongst the many different decorative items.

Plana Henge

Making music

i think this one called ‘dream catcher’

‘lotz of humour’

‘down on his luck’

‘robot & bus’

‘the spinning wheel’

railway relics

WOW! pink water tanks

Driving into William Creek

our camp

interesting decorating items

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