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Lake Argyle

Lake Argyle is the first stop in WA from the NT border. The turn off is less than 5 minutes away from the Quarantine Checkpoint/border crossing.
Lake Argyle is classed as an inland sea covering over 1000 square kilometres. Only 71km from Kununurra by sealed road within the spectacular Carr Boyd Ranges. The Lake was formed by the damming of the Ord River in 1971. This magnificent lake, Australia’s largest body of fresh water, acts as a reservoir for the irrigation scheme in Kununurra and provides spectacular views from the lookouts and cruise boats.
Cruises on the lake are the best way to see the magnificent scenery and wildlife. The Lake is a wetland of international significance and is an ideal habitat for up to one third of Australia’s bird species. The picnic area is a great place to enjoy a BBQ, while a swim in the Lake is highly recommended.