Lake Argyle, near Kununurra, is the biggest manmade lake in the Southern Hemisphere. A wildlife cruise of the lake's shoreline and islands will give you close encounters with an incredible variety of native fauna, including crocodiles, fish, wallabies and birds.

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Cruise or fish the expansive, wildlife-rich waters of Lake Argyle, near Kununurra, the biggest manmade lake in the Southern Hemisphere.

A wildlife cruise of the lake's shoreline and islands will give you close encounters with an incredible variety of native fauna, from fresh water crocodiles, fish and wallabies to more than 240 species of birds – almost one third of Australia's total known species.

For a long, lazy lunch and a little wildlife spotting, head for the picnic area at the base of the dam wall. Or, if you're feeling more energetic, hit the network of bushwalking trails and enjoy the scenery and tranquillity of Lake Argyle at your own pace.

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