Bryan Harris is one of six residents of William Creek, South Australia’s smallest settlement. The tiny town is located in the middle of Anna Creek Station, the world’s largest cattle station. The settlement sits near the halfway point of the Oodnadatta Track, which follows Aboriginal trade routes and was important in developing the outback.

William Creek

Bryan Harris is one of six residents of William Creek, South Australia’s smallest settlement. The tiny town is located in the middle of Anna Creek Station, the world’s largest cattle station. The settlement sits near the halfway point of the Oodnadatta Track, which follows Aboriginal trade routes and was important in developing the outback.
Photograph by Daniel R. Westergren

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