AUSTRALIAN DESERT - CHALLENGES - INACCESSIBILITY

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Planes
- Desert based aeroplanes are used. - Brings work opportunities into area. - Planes provide lifeline to isolated homesteads, no matter how harsh the elements. - Hard flying - limited landmarks.
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William Creek
-Smallest settlement in Australia.-Middle of nowhere-farmers' local village.-Permanent pop. of 2 people.-'William Creek Hotel' is one of remotest pubs in world (gateway to desert+heart of community). - Reliant on backpackers to fill jobs.
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Importing goods
- Every fortnight, William Creek Hotel recieves supply of food and drink, but as demand is high, pub can easily become out of supplies.
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Lack of shops
- No normal shops, just food and basics
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Cordillo Downs
- Cattle station that occupies north east corner of south Australia. - Covers nearly 8,000km² of red sand hills and planes. - Nearest town is 180km away.
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Families
- Families have to cope with the isolation - education provided from online.
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Lack of employees
- Staff are used to cities - hard to get employment from people.
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-Smallest settlement in Australia.-Middle of nowhere-farmers' local village.-Permanent pop. of 2 people.-'William Creek Hotel' is one of remotest pubs in world (gateway to desert+heart of community). - Reliant on backpackers to fill jobs.

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Importing goods

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Lack of shops

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Cordillo Downs

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