Lake Hillier, Australia
Just imagine sandy beaches surrounded by eucalyptus forests at the pinkest lake in the world… Lake Hillier is located in Middle Island in the south-west of Australia. The only way you can get there is by airplane. The place was discovered in 1802, and it remains pink all year round! It was assumed that some seaweeds and micro-organisms made the place pink, but subsequent studies haven’t confirmed this. Therefore, no one knows why the water has this unusual color.
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