Situated 350 km northwest of Melbourne, there is a “skyscape”: Lake Tyrrell, a large salt lake. The sediment deposits from Tyrrell Creek have accumulated over many years. This, accompanied by underground salt water, has formed a huge salt lake basin. With a history of 120,000 years, the salt lake has changed from the original 13 meters to the current slim water surface, forming a unique view of the water and the sky. The annual salt lake viewing period is from June to October, and you can come here to view the Milky Way. At night, the starry sky twinkles with an air of romantic mystery at your fingertips.