When out and about exploring Australia in your 4WD you are bound to come across some great Aussie pubs along the way. When you come across a great outback pub, one thing is for sure – it will have some fantastic stories attached to it.
In New South Wales there is ‘The Pub With No Beer’, Queensland has the ‘Birdsville Hotel’, South Australia the ‘Innamincka Hotel’, Tasmania the ‘Pub In The Paddock’, Northern Territory the ‘Daly Waters Pub’ and Western Australia has ‘The Roey’. Just to name a few.
Possibly one of the most famous pubs in Australia is the ‘Silverton Hotel’, which has been made famous by films including Mad Max II, Razorback, A Town Like Alice Deeds, The Craic and countless other films.
If you are looking for a pub that is truly in the middle of no-where the William Creek Hotel definitely fits the bill. It is located 165kms from the nearest neighbouring town of Coober Pedy and sits in the centre of Australia’s biggest cattle station, half way along the famous Oodnadatta Track.
If you’re heading off on your next 4WD adventure make sure that you stop in at some of these iconic Aussie pubs and make sure that your tyres are up for the job. To find out which Mickey Thompson tyres are best suited to your next trip give our team of tyre specialists a call on 1300 MICKEY or click here to view our entire range.