If you’re visiting the Kimberley region of Western Australia and wondering what to do, then a visit to Lake Argyle Kununurra is a destination not to be skipped.

This is the largest lake in Western Australia and the second largest freshwater lake in Australia.

About Lake Argyle

Lake Argyle is a man-made freshwater lake created by the damming of the Ord River Dam for an irrigation scheme.

As soon as I saw photos, I knew I HAVE to go here.

Lake Argyle is still something of a hidden gem in Australia and that’s why anyone thinking of visiting should add it to their bucket list.

It may be man-made, but the size and beauty of this immense freshwater lake are mind-blowing, and for that reason, I do think Lake Argyle is worth visiting.

Lake Argyle is still a hidden gem in Australia. It’s one of the largest man-made lakes in the southern hemisphere. Not only that, but the lake is home to 70+ islands.

I thought it would be a day trip, but it became clear that this was a place you could easily spend more time in, letting the power of nature and the beauty of the lake soak you up.

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