The sheer diversity of Western Australia’s climate and geography has created some of the most unique rivers, lakes and wetlands on Earth - havens to staggering variety of wildlife, and meccas for seekers of watersport thrills and wilderness experiences.
Explore ancient canyons, dramatic waterfalls and fern-fringed swimming holes in the Pilbara and the Kimberley wilderness. Take to the air to see the spectacles of Lake Hillier’s bubble-gum pink waters, or man-made Lake Argyle, so vast it's classed as an inland sea. Explore the world’s largest outdoor art gallery on the white salt bed of Lake Ballard. Cruise Perth’s Swan River / Derbarl Yerrigan, from historic Fremantle / Walyalup to the Swan Valley’s cellar doors. Raft the white waters of the Avon and Collie rivers. Or gently meander through the tall-tree southern forests on a houseboat.