What is The Famous Lake of Australia?
There are no disputing the Australian coastline has some spectacular beaches. Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast, Bondi Beach in Sydney, Cottesloe Beach in Perth and Bells Beach on the Great Ocean Road are synonymous with fantastic water-based pursuits. Top 3 Australian Lakes:
1. Blue Lake, Stradbroke Island- For absolute peace and tranquillity, make your way to the Blue Lake in the heart of stunning Stradbroke Island. This perched lake is best accessed via a two-kilometer stroll from the designated car park.
2. Lake St Clair, Tasmania- At a depth of 200 meters, Australia‘s deepest lake is the oh so beautiful Lake St Clair. Many visitors to Tasmania, head to Cradle Mountain.
3. Lake Argyle, Western Australia– Located in the Kimberley region near the border of the Northern Territory, the man-made Lake Argyle is a great place for a range of water activities.