Australians are renowned for their laconic humour.
Located in the desert of central Australia, landlocked Lake Eyre is the continent’s lowest natural point, approximately 15 m below sea level. In years of high monsoonal rainfall in the Australia’s north east, floodwaters drain into the lake. On the very rare occasions that lake Eyre fills to capacity, it’s the largest lake in Australia and 18th largest in the world.
Lake Eyre is mostly a vast saltpan.
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