• Home
  • Flights to Amata

Search flights to Amata

About Amata

Amata is a small town in the south of Australia. The population of the city is composed of only a few hundred Aboriginals.

In the city, the temperature drops to around 15 degrees Celsius in the winter months, while it increases to about 40 degrees Celsius in summers. However, a temperature below 5 degrees Celsius has not been measured in Amata so far. The city receives very little rainfall year-round. The temperature difference between night and day is very high in the Amata climate, which is very similar to the desert climate.

It is easy to walk around this city which hosts a municipal building, a school, a police station, a market and only 60 houses. Two flights per week are operated from the airport and once a week the car arrives for mails. A bus service to Alice Springs is held twice a week.

The biggest source of livelihood for the people of the city is the sale of ethnic art products. A 350,000 dollar budget was allocated to the city by the Australian government to display local handicrafts.

Although the things to be done in this small city are limited, it attracts visitors as a stopover point for long desert tours and desert camps, and the city is continuously improving thanks to the support from the government and the delegation formed by the city's inhabitants.

Weather in Amata

DayMin - Max
TuesdayMin 4ºC - Max 13ºC
WednesdayMin 2ºC - Max 14ºC
ThursdayMin 1ºC - Max 17ºC
FridayMin 8ºC - Max 23ºC
SaturdayMin 7ºC - Max 15ºC

Cities Nearby

More Information About Amata

Frequently Asked Questions

Wingie App Banner
Get exclusive deals on the Wingie app!
Wingie QR Code