Sea or huge river or very high waterfall, water bodies have always been attracting tourists. Sometimes people go surfing the blue of the sea, enjoying the sound of waterfalls falling from a very high altitude. It is a different form of water, but the color is usually the same. If the watercolor is different, it automatically becomes a center of attraction for tourists around the world. Here we are talking about The Lake Hillier in Melbourne, Australia's Westgate Park, which is famous all over the world in the name of Pink Lake or Saline Lake. The water of this lake is pink attracts tourists from all over the world. From afar, people come to see and boating this lake. The area of this lake is only 600 sq. m. The paperbark and eucalyptus trees around the lake put its beauty on four moons. 

Pink Lake is present in Melbourne's industrial area. So people first felt that the water here was polluted by industrial waste and became pink. For a long time, the water of the lake was considered dangerous. However, when scientists searched for the lake's watercolor pink, it joined the world's most unique nature tourism sector. The water of this lake has a large amount of salt, algae, and bacteria. When the salt content increases considerably, the water becomes pink. There are three more main reasons for changing its color and the high temperature, the bright sunlight of the sun and the rainwater deposited in the lake. According to experts, despite being algae and bacteria, the water of this lake is not harmful to humans and animals. Because of this, a large number of people come here to enjoy swimming and boating. 

There are many such pink lakes in Australia. There are many salt lakes in the north-west of Victoria, whose water miraculously becomes pink in a special season. Crosbie Lake, Becking Lake, Kenyon Lake, and Hardy Lake in Murray Sunset National Park attract the most tourists. The Pink Lake near Dimboola is also quite famous.

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