LAKE ARGYLE CRUISES is located in Lake Argyle village, 200 metres past the caravan park on the left hand side, adjacent to the first look-out turnoff.
Latest research estimates up to 25,000 Johnstone RiverFresh Water crocodiles inhabit Lake Argyle. Rock Wallabies thrive in rocky crevices close to the waters edge. Euros (Wallaroos) on the islands have adapted to feed on the lakes aquatic plants. Home to almost 1/3 of Australia’s bird species, Lake Argyle is designated a RAMSAR wetland of International Signiﬁcance.
We specialise in observing wildlife, but due to the nature of wild animals it cannot be guaranteed you will see all that is described in this brochure. At the Lake Argyle village above the Main Dam you will ﬁnd motel style cabins, shop, bar, restaurant and a caravan park. Drop in and try the local catch, “Silver Cobbler” delivered fresh daily. Nearby is the Historical Durack Family Homestead Museum.
How to Find us:
From Kununurra: Head east 35km’s along the Victoria Highway. Turn right onto Lake Argyle Road and follow for 35km’s. Arriving into Lake Argyle village our office is located 200 metres past the caravan park on the left hand side.
From Katherine/Northern Territory: Following the Quarantine Checkpoint at the border, drive 7km’s and turn left onto Lake Argyle Road. Follow for 35km’s before arriving into Lake Argyle village. Our office is located 200 metres past the caravan park on the left hand side.
Alternatively you can sit back, relax, and enjoy the view on one of our daily return coach trips from Kununurra. For more information, feel free to get in touch.