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"A Link in Nature's Chain"

One of the gems of the Flinders Ranges, Lake Frome is a massive endorheic lake, meaning it holds water but does not empty into a larger external body. It is characterized by a vast, blinding expanse of salt pans that drape the earth's surface, spanning across 100 kilometers (62 miles) of South Australia's wild terrain. The lake is situated between various parks and natural wonders, connecting Vulkathunha-Gammon Ranges National Park to Lake Callabonna and the Strzelecki Desert. Members of the Adnyamanthanha Aboriginal group still use the grounds to hunt. While the lake is normally open to visitation, it is closed for a couple hours daily to respect these traditional practices.
Lake Frome, Nepabunna, SA, Australia, 5440
"A Link in Nature's Chain"
One of the gems of the Flinders Ranges, Lake Frome is a massive endorheic lake, meaning it holds water but does not empty into a larger external body. It is characterized by a vast, blinding expanse of salt pans that drape the earth's surface, spanning across 100 kilometers (62 miles) of South Australia's wild terrain. The lake is situated between various parks and natural wonders, connecting Vulkathunha-Gammon Ranges National Park to Lake Callabonna and the Strzelecki Desert. Members of the Adnyamanthanha Aboriginal group still use the grounds to hunt. While the lake is normally open to visitation, it is closed for a couple hours daily to respect these traditional practices.
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