See the multicoloured lakes
Lake MacDonnell’s bubblegum-pink hue, which comes from a pigment secreted by salt-loving algae called Dunaliella salina, is an Instagrammer’s #nofilter dream. It’s even more of an eyeful considering the blue and green waters of the lake on the other side of a dirt causeway. The technicoloured patchwork is something that needs to be seen to be believed. Luckily, you can drive right by it to get to the cranking surf breaks of Cactus Beach on the Eyre Peninsula coast.
Image credit: Riley M Williams/South Australian Tourism Commission