Middle Island is the largest island on the Recherché Archipelago off the Esperance coast. It contains a pink lake, Lake Hiller which looks like a pink, solid bubblegum from the above. Scientists have suggested that the pink coloration is from a dye made by bacteria which stays in a salt crust habitats.
2.Australia has several beaches
It will take you about 27 years to have a look at all the beaches in Australia which numbers up to 10,000 if you have to go to one different beach every day!
3. Criminals made up Australian’s first Police
In the year 1789, a gang of 8 of the best-behaved convicts became the first group of cops, inaugurated as the colony’s night watch by Arthur Philip, the Governor at the time.
4. Prime minister immortalized as a world beer drinker
Before emerging as the Australian’s Prime Minister in the 1980s, Bob Hawke had in 1958 stamped his name in the Guinness book of records for being the fastest beer drinker, finishing 2.5 pints in 11 seconds. And he’s still gоt it – аѕ еvіdеnсеd in thе рhоtо above, snapped at thе 2014 Ashes tеѕt mаtсh in Sydney whеrе fаnѕ drеѕѕеd as Rісhіе Bеnаud сhееr Hаwkеу оn аѕ he ѕkullѕ a pint оf the sweet аmbеr nесtаr.
5.Vast cattle station
The largest cattle station in Australia is Anna Creek and spans about 24,000 sqr km. It is larger than East Timor, Fiji, Israel, Slovenia, and Cyprus.
6.The species of Australian spiders are over 10,000
7.The deadliest animal in the world
The marine stinger is the most poisonous jellyfish on earth. More than 5,568 deaths have been accredited to this fish since the year 1954.
8.The wealthiest woman in Australia
The wealthiest woman in Australia, Gina Rinehart makes over $1 million in every thirty minutes, equivalent of $598 every second.
9.Mysterious disappearance of prime minister
Harold Holt, the former prime minister, went to the Cheviot beach to swim and has not been seen up to this day.