5 Weird And Strange Places In Australia

There’s more to sun, sand and the beautiful beaches. If you have explored all the places that Australia has to offer through its mainstream tourist attractions. Then you have found yourself a right article. We are listing down 5 weird and strange places in Australia which you can visit on your next trip.

5 Weird And Strange Places In Australia

Survive the night At Wolfe Creek

Located in western Australia,  Wolfe Creek Crater is an impacted site created by a meteor. A carter which is 2nd largest in the world and is almost 3,00,000 years old. The spooky-ness of this carter can be dated back to 2005, with the release of the movie Wolf Creek. A night at this place especially after watching this movie before or watching it while camping at Wolfe creek might make you scared to sleep at night.

The town of the ghosts: The Port Arthur’s Ghost Town

A town with dark history which dates back to the 19th century.  This town served as a prison for criminals who were convicts of the most heinous crimes and repeat offenders. Here people were not physically tortured but mentally. Almost a 1000 deaths were recorded here. A plenty of paranormal activities have been encountered by many. It is a spooky place at the same time a memorial for the people who were killed in the Port Arthur massacre.

The beach which speaks: Squeaky Beach

Beaches are a galore in Australia, but this one is pretty weird and strange. Located in Wilsons Promontory the Squeaky Beach is famous for its white sand and turquoise waters. When you walk on the sand, the sand emits a noise like that of a squeaky toy. It also is one of the most beautiful beaches of Victoria.

Underground town: Coober Pedy

The town’s residents live in underground homes burrowed out of caves. These homes are known as dugouts. Home to world’s largest opal production, this town located in south Australia is worth a wist and definitely makes it to weirdest places to see in Australia.

Bubblegum Laker: Pink Lakes

Yes, you read that right, there are lakes which look like someone has spilled an entire truck of bubblegum. The best part is there are 3 lakes in total and not 1.Located in Western Australia, The lake makes for being one of the weirdest places in Australia, as they get their colour from the bacteria present in the lake which has a rosy pigment. This pink pigment also blocks the sun rays to enter the lake and protect the bacteria underneath.

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