Because of its bright color has developed a lake in Australia’s second largest city, Melbourne is a tourist attraction: The waters in Westgate Park, a former industrial area, is pink from time to time.
this is again the case. Reason for this is that the water contains an unusual amount of salt. If the temperatures are high, the sun shines a lot and there is little rain, the algae in the lake produce a lot of Beta-carotene and the water pink.
However, the color is also quickly gone again, when the weather changes. Many tourists had to peel off so disappointed. The Internet-a comment of a tourist from Germany says: “We went to Melbourne to see the Pink Lake. Unfortunately, he was anything but pink. The lake looked quite normal, like any other.”