Explore Western Australia's spectacular waterways on a raft, kayak or canoe. Float lazily down tranquil rivers, paddle into secluded coves or hurtle down wild whitewater rapids.
Australia's South West
In the South West
region of the State, you'll find countless rivers winding their way through magnificent tall timbers.
Or head to Walpole
, where you can canoe along the Frankland River
through national reserves and dense woodlands. Look out for an abundance of native flora and fauna along the banks as you silently glide along.
, the Avon River
offers a torrent of whitewater for those seeking a rafting adventure.
If you'd rather leave this one to the experts, cheer on power and paddle craft from the sleepy green plains as competitors tackle the 133 kilometre course each August in annual the Multiplex Avon Descent
The Murray River also offers an exhilarating white water rafting experience for amateurs and seasoned rafters alike.
To get up close and personal with the pristine World Heritage Listed Ningaloo Reef
, be sure to indulge in a spot of sea kayaking.
Pack a snorkel and flippers, so you can slip into the emerald lagoons and enjoy a mesmerising display of brilliant corals and rainbow-coloured fish.
Sea kayak wilderness tours draw you into the heart of nature as you quietly
traverse the coastline in search of dolphins, turtles and eagles.
Camp in secluded spots under a myriad of stars to complete the experience.
Western Australia offers every adventure under the sun. Take in the sights by riding along bicycle trails, enjoy a dip in the Swan River or at Scarborough Beach. View More