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Lime Lake, WA

Tucked away just off the Great Southern Highway, about 220km southeast of Perth, Lime Lake is a secluded paradise in Western Australia. At an altitude of 250m above sea level, this tranquil lake offers a unique blend of natural beauty and serenity. Whether you’re a nature lover, an adventure seeker, or simply looking to escape the daily grind, Lime Lake has something for everyone.

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Situated amidst the stunning landscapes of southwest Western Australia, Lime Lake is a haven of tranquility. The lake’s crystal-clear waters are surrounded by lush greenery, making it an ideal spot for relaxation and meditation.

Just 160km west of Lime Lake lies the Indian Ocean, offering a contrasting experience of Australia’s diverse natural beauty. You can easily plan a day trip to the ocean and enjoy the best of both worlds.

The lake is home to a variety of local flora and fauna. Birdwatchers and nature enthusiasts will find the area rich in biodiversity, offering a unique opportunity to connect with nature.

If you’re looking for more excitement, Lime Lake has you covered. From kayaking and paddleboarding on the lake to hiking trails in the surrounding areas, adventure awaits you.

Lime Lake is easily accessible by car, located just off the Great Southern Highway. The drive from Perth takes approximately 3-4 hours, making it a perfect weekend getaway.

While public transport options are limited, you can still reach Lime Lake with some planning. Buses and trains can take you as far as the nearest town, Wagin, which is just 13km away.

The nearest more populous place is the charming town of Wagin, with a population of around 1,300. It’s just a short 13km drive from Lime Lake and offers basic amenities like shops, restaurants, and accommodation.

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About Lime Lake

  • Locality: Rural locality
  • Lime Lake Postcode: 6315
  • State: Western Australia
  • Region: Esperance & the Golden Outback
  • Latitude: -33.42282
  • Longitude: 117.37674
  • Elevation: 248m
  • Population: 16
  • Median Income: $23400
  • Area (Sq/km): 112.831
  • Timezone: Australia/Perth

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