LAKE EYRE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA - KATI THANDA
Aerial image taken at 28.34 S 136.98
Indigenously named Kati Thanda, Lake Eyre is 15m below sea level and Australia’s lowest natural point. On the rare occasions it fills, it is also Australia’s largest lake covering 9,500 km2. Its colours change constantly. When in flood - a brilliant sky blue with countless waterbirds, fish and wildflowers. And in drought - salt and algae create stunning hues of pink, often visible from space.
We recognise and acknowledge the Arabana people as the traditional custodians of this land.
Lake Eyre scarf