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you could easily miss this, but it is next to the road so just park along side it and get out. it had fencing all around it so not sure about the other traveller photos. I think they are taken from a different lake. But...More
We were absolutely hyped up for visiting the lake but were slightly let down when we eventually got there... it looks better from a distance but the pictures from close by don’t do justice to the place..
Also , you will be constantly annoyed by...More
The best view while doing the road trip from Adelaide to Melbourne or from Melbourne to Adelaide. Easy to walk if you are going with elder people. Kids love it so much. Even many people doing the barefoot .. take off all of the shoes,...More
In the middle of nowhere, very very easy to miss and once you're there it was underwhelming. I expected to see something I'd never seen before but it was just rubbish. If you see it just get a picture from the car.
Coming from the Wimmera where we have quite a few salt lakes, I’m always interested to stop and see another.. the colours can be be strikingly pink at times. Easy location to get too just off main road
While driving to Meningie, we saw a lot of cars parked and there was a sign: "Pink Lake."
We stopped and took pictures of it. We were not the only ones. There were several cars parked and everyone had a camera.
It is not every...More
If you’re travelling on the Western Hwy and come across the Pink Lake it is definitely worth the stop.
There is a good parking area and toilets as well, although the toilets were disgusting and need far better up keep.
It’s a short walk down...More
Harvest of this lake is taking place in Dec-Feb I believe (but do check) and such a great place for travellers to call into and walk down to the waters edge and dabble your toes into the salty water. Not wheelchair friendly but am sure...More
The lake has a solid salt bed which reacts with it's red algae to create the colour. It's even brighter after rain when new algae grows. If you Google 'Pink Lake, Victoria' you can probably find way more detailed... More
The lake has a solid salt bed which reacts with it's red algae to create the colour. It's even brighter after rain when new algae grows. If you Google 'Pink Lake, Victoria' you can probably find way more detailed information.