Day 83 | what’s in William Creek, nuttin: except for a squadron of small planes

77 km | Heading west total: 3,020 km

While Victoria was burning back in February the north of Queensland was flooding.

Some places haven’t yet dried out. Most of the water headed north into the Gulf of Carpenteria but a huge flow also flowed south into Australia’s interior. It’s finally reached Lake Eyre: this happens about once every 10 years on average.

There’s every cowboy pilot in Australia here fleecing the tourists of $300 a seat for an hour’s ride to clock up the experience.