where the lakes are dry…

North west Victoria is characterised by its dry lakes. Some fill with the rains then dehydrate to pink salt in summer. Others can wait decades for their transformation. Lake Hindmarsh last filled in 2011. Maybe that’s when the new-looking swimming and skiing signs went up at Schultzes Beach. Hard to imagine such activities at the moment though. It’s a long drive from Melbourne but worth it for the seclusion, birds, vast vistas and huge moonrises.


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