WHITE WATERS, PINK LAKES AND TRUE WILDERNESS WETLANDS
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, from historic Fremantle 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.