Salt / Dry Lakes of the World

 

Australia is a big, dry place and there are numerous large dry / salt lakes, listed here are some of those, more particularly those suited or investigated for dry lakes racing.

Here's a list of Lakes of Australia - https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_lakes_of_Australia

Name Location Size Elevation Owner Access
Badwater Basin USA (12) 518 sq. km. (200 sq mi) -86 meters (-282 ft) above sea level    
Bonneville Salt Flats USA (13) 104 sq. km. (40 sq mi) 1,286 meters (4219 ft) above sea level    
Chott el Djerid Tunisia (5) 5,000 sq. km. ( sq mi)      
Devil’s Golf Course USA        
Etosha Pan Namibia  (7) 4,800 sq. km. (1,850 sq mi)      
Lake Eyre Australia (2) 9,500 sq. km. ( 3,668 sq mi) -15 meters (-49 ft) above sea level    
Lake Gairdner Australia (8) 4,300 sq. km. ( sq mi) meters (111 ft) above sea level    
Lake Torrens Australia (4) 5,900 sq. km. ( sq mi)      
Makgadikgadi Pan Botswana  (6) 4,921 sq. km. (1,900 sq mi)      
Namak Lake Iran  (10) 1,800 sq. km. (700 sq mi)      
Salar de Arizaro Argentina  (11) 1,600 sq. km. (617 sq mi)   6  
Salar de Atacama Chile  (9) 3,000 sq. km. (1,200 sq mi) 2,300 meters (7,500 ft) above sea level    
Salar de Uyuni Bolivia (1) 10,582 sq. km. (4,086 sq mi) 3,656 meters (11,995 ft) above sea level 1  
Salinas Grandes Argentina  (3) 6,000 sq. km. (2,300 sq mi) 3,350 meters ( ft) above sea level 2  

 

 

 

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