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Explore the lake at your own pace when you hire one of our watercraft. Young or old; fit or not-so-fit; complete beginner or advanced – the calm water of Lake Argyle is the ultimate place to canoe, kayak or SUP. We are happy to give you a few tips to get you started, then take to the water and away you go!

Canoe: We rent out a range of safe and reliable double and triple plastic canoes that track well through the water.

Kayak: We rent out a range of safe and reliable single and double plastic kayaks that track well through the water. These are sit-on-top kayaks and not sit-in kayaks

SUP: Glide across the water on a stand-up paddleboard (SUP). We offer a range of stand-up paddleboards for hire. Paddle boarding is suitable for all fitness levels and is a marvelous way to see Lake Argyle.

Inclusions: Your rental includes your watercraft, paddle and life jacket/s.

Note: Maritime regulations require all paddlers to wear life jackets at all times.

Safety: A safety briefing is provided to you before you enter the water.

Average Duration: Half or full day

Imagine living in a place where crocodiles outnumber humans; where you’re hours from the coast, but the sea is your front yard (an inland sea, that is); where flocks of birds can number into the tens of thousands; and where each day’s sunset has the potential to be the best you’ve ever seen.

When Greg began operating in 1999, he knew he’d never tire of showing this incredible part of the world to others. Two decades (and thousands of guests later) Lake Argyle Cruises remains the number one choice for exploring this magnificent part of the Kimberley.

Our fleet of purpose-built cruise vessels offer comfortable seating and unobstructed views, immersing you into the breathtaking landscape that the Eastern Kimberley is renowned for. Our team’s passion and knowledge, together with our fantastic products have earned us the Holy Grail for any tour company – a five star rating and Certificate of Excellence on TripAdvisor.

Whether you’re spotting for wildlife during one of our cruises, hiring a dinghy and throwing in a line, drifting across the water on a stand-up paddle board, or soaking in the magic of an East Kimberley sunset, you’ll experience the heart and soul of Lake Argyle with us, Lake Argyle Cruises!

Boardshorts and a singlet/shirt for guys and swimwear for ladies, as you may fall in and get wet! You should bring a dry change of clothes to get into afterwards and a towel. Don’t forget your hat, sunscreen and camera! Warm clothing may be required from June to August.

“An amazing day kayaking on the lake, all for a price that a backpacker can afford! Thanks guys!”

Emily Swain

Not a Cruise but a Kayak!!!

“We did not do a sunset cruise but we enjoyed the lake by hiring kayaks for half day $25 pp. fantastic value and especially for croc spotting.
Comfy seats and a map to guide you. We spent 3.5 hours out. It’s just beautiful out on the water without noise or people …. no wonder we saw so many crocs!
We realise the cruise is supposed to be fab but the sunset cruises are a huge part of the Kimberly and NT experience so we thought we would try something different!”

chris G

Port Macquarie, Australia

SUP on lake Argyle

“Spent a nice relaxing arvo on the lake exploring with friends on stand up paddle boardshired from Lake Argyle Cruises. A cheap way to experience a little bit of the lake”


Kununurra, Australia


Most definitely, our canoe, kayak & paddle board hire is a fun way to get out and explore Lake Argyle and tire out those energetic children!! We supply life jackets for all ages above 2 years of age. Our staff will share with you some fun places to visit.
We have dry bags available to loan for a $5 deposit.

No, we only operate on Lake Argyle. You can contact Go Wild Adventures for options down the Ord river.

During the months of June to August it can get cold out at Lake Argyle.
We recommend bringing a jumper or jacket and/or a change of clothes.
Certainly, we do have freshwater crocodiles in Lake Argyle but these creatures don’t actively hurt humans. We swim in the deeper parts of Lake Argyle where they frequent less.

Lake Argyle is 70kms from Kununurra. The drive should take approx 50 minutes, but we recommend giving yourself an hour travel time.

Certainly is, Lake Argyle Road is sealed the whole way. There are some spots you will need to slow down due to the condition of the road and you do need to check the road conditions in the ‘wet season’.

We recommend coming out to Lake Argyle 1-2 hours prior to your cruise departure time. Our Sales Team are more than happy to show you what else there is to do here. Pop into our office, located 200 metres past the Lake Argyle Resort, whilst here come and browse through our amazing Zebra Rock collection.


Reach out to our customer service team.