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We did both the Sunrise n Sunset tours. Julie was able to take us to a safe place where car would not get stuck. Different locations for both tours. We were able to walk to area of the lake for the best photos. Tour small...More
It's not really a lake but a bit of salty murky water on basically flat boring mallee dirt.
It's in the middle of no where and do not visit in any other time than winter because in summer it's horrendous.
We made the mistake of...More
Sadly right now Lake Tyrrell is dried out, so no reflection time ... but plenty of salt! Access from the southern end near Sea Lake is best, I heard from a local at the Sea Lake supermarket. I still found things to photograph.
The popularity can be witnessed by the number of tourist buses!
Keen photographers come here for the sunrise and sunset shots! Very popular tourist destination! You need to walk into the long stretch of very shallow water (like 1cm) to get the best footage! bring...More
First of all, if you take nothing else from this review: take your oldest pair of shoes, runners, or thongs (flip flops for foreign visitors, jandals for our Kiwi brothers and sisters), and have a change of shoes and socks, and a towel, in your...More
Just outside the small town of Sea Lake in Victoria is an amazing salt lake a Mecca for Chinese tourists photographers and a few lucky Aussies like myself. Tucked away in this sleepy little country town is a dedicated lady called Julie who runs the...More
Its cold and pitch black, you can see the Milkyway and all the stars with naked eyes, and the one of the best place to take the sunrise and sunset pics, the lake literally turns in to a mirror and you can have lots of...More
Lake Tyrell is the highlight of the trip from Sea Lake to Mildura. Really it is just a big, almost dry lake but I am sure with a bit of effort to get up early or stay out there late the sunrise/sunsets would provide good...More
Yes James there was plenty of water in the Lake it is always shallow though ... our guide said it only ever gets to a foot deep in parts. you hire gum boots from the Tourist Information Centre and walk in/across the Lake..