Explore Lake Tyrrell with amazing reflections of the sky and stars and don't miss out on the beautiful sunrises, sunsets and stargazing.
The new Viewing Platform is open at Bailey's Road.
Or join Sea Lake Tyrrell Tours for a unique experience.
If you have a caravan or intend to go camping, drop by Green Lake or the Travellers Rest at Sea Lake. Nearby you can find toilets and rest areas. Stop over for a short break before heading towards Mildura.
The artwork is a celebration of the stillness and silence found in outback Victoria, and the associated feelings of wholeness and freedom. The young girl, swinging from a Mallee Eucalyptus, looks over Lake Tyrrell and reflects on her Indigenous heritage. The Indigenous name ‘Tyrille’ means ‘space opening to the sky’ as the colours of dusk and dawn are reflected in the shallow saline bowl. The Boorong People were known to have more knowledge of astronomy than any other tribe, and their stories are rich in culture and connection to the lake. Read more