Located approximately 570km north west of Adelaide along the Stuart Highway is Lake Hart. A dry lake bed once known to have produced the best quality salt in Australia between 1918 and 1931. During it's hay days it is said have had a refinery on site with employees camping on location. What made salt from Lake Hart so unique was that it was free of gypsum in it's natural form. This uniqueness still remains to this date. However, due to more economical and efficient methods of production and the over supply of salt throughout the world spelled the end for Lake Hart.
Today it is a stop over for those travelling along the Stuart Highway.
Photographic print signed by Duncan Udawatta, printed on fine art fibre pearl paper.
Print will be supplied with an extra 5mm white margin for handling and framing purposes.