Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre: Current Status Feb 2020
This is your go to page for the latest on Lake Eyre 2020.
Lake Eyre is mostly dry with pools of water from local rain, but not of great significance.
There is brief moderate flooding in all rivers in Queensland catchment area and is expected the
Diamantina will trickle into Lake Eyre North in March.
Lake Eyre South has about 500mm but will soon dry.
However following the flooding of 2019, it is predicted that there is a fair chance it will get substantial water this year, as it often does for 2 years running, when it does flood, every 10 or so years.
Lake Eyre South 600mm but will soon dry
Kirkhope Aviation has 3 fantastic all-inclusive tours that feature Lake Eyre. Taste of the Outback (3 days) and Taste of the Outback (4 days). and Vistas of South Australia (3 days) The best way to see Lake Eyre is in our luxury twin engine aircraft with large picture windows for optimum viewing.
© Kirkhope Aviation 2019 - Photos taken by Jake Barden and Martin Josselyn
Dry or wet, Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre is a sight to behold and Kirkhope Aviation with over 40 years’ experience are the experts in outback touring, so travelling with us you will get the most out of your tour and best value for money.
Every seat is a window seat and not only do you see the great lake by air. We take you by land to the shores of the lake so you can touch and feel it. It’s a fully immersive, once (or twice) in a lifetime experience for all Australians.
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Thanks you so much for a wonderful few days away. So many positives; sights, activities, people, food and planning were all fantastic. Well be back! Peter was much refreshed after his return. He hasn't stopped telling folks about the trip.
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From initial takeoff to final touchdown 4 days later, all went extremely well. A competent pilot, a great mix of 8 passengers who were givers and takers, complemented by better than anticipated weather, accommodation and food all meant 100% enjoyment, not to mention the great itinerary.