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Must See & Do - Ord River

The Ord River provides one of the most stunning river systems in Australia – it is scenically beautiful and rich in wildlife and flora. Traversing the eastern Kimberley region for 650km, the Ord River was discovered in 1879 by Alexander Forrest and was named after Sir Harry Ord, Governor of Western Australia (1877–80) and as with Lake Argyle, it is designated as a RAMSAR wetland of International Significance.

There are cruising options that traverse the 55km stretch of river from Kununurra (Diversion Dam) to the Ord Top Dam (Lake Argyle) as well as shorter cruise offerings nearer to Kununurra and a houseboat that can have you relaxing for a night or two in Carlton Gorge. From one of the caravan parks, you can hire a dinghy and head out to catch your very own freshwater Barramundi!

The river’s ecosystem is rich in wildlife, birdlife and fish and enjoying sunset over Lake Kununurra is the perfect way to end a day.

Flight/cruise combo tours are available in this local’s playground.

Ultimate Adventures

Experience the thrill of a Barramundi fishing safari on the lower Ord River, East Kimberley. Full day, half day and extended safaris including wildlife, birdwatching and crocodile spotting. Fully guided, fishing gear, camp accommodation and all meals included plus courtesy 4WD transfers ex Kununurra. Escape to Hairy Dog's Fishing Camp set up bush style with kitchen shelter, verandah dining, screened rooms and bunkhouse all with river views. Self-contained travellers can stay in the campgrou...

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Lake Argyle Tours & Boat Cruises

Located a leisurely 45 minute drive from Kununurra, Lake Argyle is one of Western Australia's most spectacular attractions, and one of the states biggest Lakes! With a surface area of over 1000 square kilometers and a shoreline stretching 900 kilometers, Lake Argyle is home to an estimated 30,000 freshwater crocodiles, 26 species of fish and 3 varieties of freshwater tortoise. The RAMSAR Wetland of International Significance is also a habitat to more than 270 bird species. You'll disco...

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Triple J Combo Tours

The longest daily river cruise in Australia - spectacular scenery, curious wildlife and amazing bird life.

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