If you are going to take a road trip this year, this is where you need to go.
Four hours out of Melbourne lies an incredible natural gem – Lake Tyrell. It’s Victoria’s largest inland salt lake and spans over 208 square metres.
Visit during the wet and warm season to see the lake come to life in a pink pigment (similar to what we see under Westgate Bridge). It’s also a meeting place for many wildlife, including emus and kangaroos.
The name of the lake is stemmed from the Aboriginal word ‘Tyrille’ which means sky or space. It’s a ridiculously good spot to see the night sky. You’ll want to enjoy it for hours, but you can’t camp there, as well as light open fires and drive on the lake bed. Stay on the tracks to help preserve this natural wonder.
Where: Lake Tyrell Viewing Platform, Lake Tyrell Road (off Baileys Road), Ninda
For more info, go here.
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