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Lake Argyle Cruises

Unforgettable cruising and wild life experiences on Australia's largest man made lake!!

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For assistance with your booking call 1300 885 775 (+61 8 9460 4900)


Hours: Operational all year round, with daily cruises departing from May to September. From October to April cruises are scheduled according to demand. Office open from 8am till 6pm.


Lake Argyle - Australia's largest freshwater lake!!

Come and join us for the following; - Morning Cruises - Sunset Cruises - Half Day Cruises - Jaliwang Cultural Tours - Bird-watching Trips - Fishing Trips - Dinghy Hire - Canoe, Kayak & SUP Hire

Encompassing an area of up to 2000 square kilometres, this lake supplies clean freshwater to a thriving agricultural system and a clean source of energy (hydroelectric) to the East Kimberley region, including the world’s largest diamond mine.

The lake is a unique ecosystem home to an amazing array of wildlife - 25,000 Freshwater crocodiles, 26 species of native fish, 90 islands which are home to various marsupials and reptiles and approximately one third of Australia's bird species which at times, can number in the tens of thousands. We run specialized Bird watching trips throughout the year with our dedicated expert, Greg Smith.

There is no better way to capture all of this outstanding beauty than to take a cruise with Lake Argyle Cruises. We offer a selection of tours catering for the individual traveler, families, couples and large tour groups. Specialized charters such as bird watching, bush walking and exploration can be arranged with prior notice.

Cancellation Policy

We understand plans can change, so here are our conditions and policies

All cancellations must be made within 14 days of departure date for full refunds. No refunds will be given within 24 hours.


Lake Argyle Rd, Via Kununurra


Lake Argyle Road is located 35kms from Kununurra. Follow this road until you reach the Lake Argyle Village and our office is located 200 meters further on the left hand side. Look for the canoes!!



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