Deepest Lakes of Australia
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Which is the deepest lake in Australia?
The deepest lake in Australia is Lake St Clair with a maximum depth of 215 meters. The second-deepest lake in Australia is Lake Corangamite at 7 meters and the third-deepest is Lake Alexandrina reaching as deep as 6 meters.The depths of the major lakes in Australia range from 0.5 meters to 215 meters, with lakes reaching as deep as 26.7 meters on average.

 Compare Lake St Clair with Lake Anneen


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Here are Australia's deepest lakes.

Lake Alexandrina.

Aerial survey of Lake Alexandrina

Lake Alexandrina is the 3rd deepest lake in Australia at 6 meters.

Lake Alexandrina covers a surface area of 649 km2.

Countries along its shoreline in Oceania: Western Australia.

 

 Compare Lake Alexandrina with Lake Torrens from South Australia.

 Compare Lake Alexandrina with Lake Carnegie from Western Australia.


Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre.

Airborne View of Kati-Thanda-Lake Eyre

Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre is the 2nd largest lake by surface area in Oceania at 9,500 km2.

Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre covers a surface area of 9,500 km2.

Countries along its shoreline in Oceania: South Australia.

 

 Compare Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre with Lake Woods from Australia (Northern Territory).

 Compare Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre with Lake Nabberu from Western Australia.


Lake Frome.

Aerial Survey of Lake Frome

Lake Frome is a lake that spans 2,596 km2 in surface area.

It spans 100 km on its length. Countries along its shoreline in Oceania: South Australia.

 

 Compare Lake Frome with Lake Macleod from Western Australia.

 Compare Lake Frome with Budgewoi Lake from Australia (New South Wales).


Lake Barlee.

Travelong the Cashman Track to Lake Barlee

Lake Barlee covers a surface area of 1,980 km2.

It spans 80 km on its length. Countries along its shoreline in Oceania: Western Australia.

 

 Compare Lake Barlee with Lake Sylvester from Australia (Northern Territory).

 Compare Lake Barlee with Lake Carnegie from Western Australia.


Lake Mackay.

Aerial view of Lake Mackay

Lake Mackay covers a surface area of 3,494 km2.

It spans 100 km on its length. Countries along its shoreline in Oceania: Australia (Northern Territory and Western Australia).

 

 Compare Lake Mackay with Budgewoi Lake from Australia (New South Wales).

 Compare Lake Mackay with Lake St Clair from Australia (Tasmania).


Lake Amadeus.

Cockpit View of Kati-Thanda-Lake Eyre

Lake Amadeus covers a surface area of 1,032 km2.

It spans 180 km on its length. Countries along its shoreline in Oceania: Australia (Northern Territory).

 

 Compare Lake Amadeus with Serpentine Lakes from South Australia.

 Compare Lake Amadeus with Budgewoi Lake from Australia (New South Wales).


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