Swimming In The Rain and a Crater Lake in Queensland Australia
Lake Eacham is a crater lake that was formed from volcanic activities ages ago. Because of this it is a closed ecosystem without any rivers or streams feeding it or depleting it. It is engulfed in lush forest and has a special feel. Swimming in the fresh water with a light sprinkle of rain was the perfect end to a day exploring the Tablelands. If I ever return I hope to have more days in the gorgeous area.
By Vanessa Petersen, AFAR Local Expert
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