Lake Kununurra Information
Go swimming, fishing, cruising, canoeing and see amazing wildlife at Lake Kununurra in the East Kimberley.
It’s also a popular spot for sailing, rowing and water skiing.
Lake Kununurra was formed after the completion of the Diversion Dam in Kununurra.
Today it harbours a big variety of wildlife and its wetland areas are internationally recognised for the wonderful range of bird life they support.
The 56 kilometre stretch of water from the dam wall at Lake Argyle to the Diversion Dam passes through some of the most scenic countryside in the region.
Take a boat cruise and you’ll travel down Carlton Gorge with its magnificent cliffs and rock overhangs.
During the wet season waterfalls are everywhere, cascading into the gorge.
You can also hire a canoe and paddle from dam to dam, camping on the riverbank overnight.
Lake Kununurra fringes the township of Kununurra and extends to the Lake Argyle dam wall about a 40 minute drive from town.
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