Lake Argyle Resort and Holiday Park

WA
Lake Argyle
| Holiday & Caravan Park
Dogs Allowed Seasonally
Just a short drive from Kununurra in Western Australia’s East Kimberley region, Lake Argyle is Australia’s second largest man-made freshwater lake. Surrounded by some of the Kimberley’s most celebrated views and attractions, Lake Argyle Resort & Holiday Park has a variety of accommodation options and facilities to suit every camper. Experience the region through boat cruises, wildlife tours and various family-friendly activities. Enjoy breathtaking views of the lake from the park’s famous infinity pool and relax in the Kimberley style restaurant and beer garden. Lake Argyle Resort & Holiday Park offers a stunning Kimberley location with unforgettable views of Australia’s second largest man-made freshwater lake. Surrounded by some of the Kimberley’s most celebrated attractions, Lake Argyle has a variety of accommodation options and facilities to suit every camper’s need. These includes a breathtaking infinity pool overlooking Lake Argyle and a delicious family restaurant.

Park features

Camp Kitchen
Camp Kitchen
Laundry
Laundry
BBQ
BBQ
Swimming Pool
Swimming Pool
Cafe/Restaurant
Cafe/Restaurant
Current Deals
Park Info
See & Do
Reviews
Park Features
Camp Kitchen
Camp Kitchen;
Laundry
Laundry;
BBQ
BBQ;
Swimming Pool
Swimming Pool;
Cafe/Restaurant
Cafe/Restaurant;
Current Deals
Park Info

Lake Argyle is one of the Kimberley’s most famous destinations and sits on one of Australia’s largest man-made freshwater lakes. Surrounded by the region’s most celebrated attractions, the views from Lake Argyle Resort and Holiday Park are breathtaking, especially from the park’s stunning infinity pool which overlooks the lake. 

Guests can experience the Kimberley via several tours that explore the area around Lake Argyle. Discover the incredible range of wildlife here including a large freshwater crocodile population, abundant bird life and a thriving ecosystem that is the subject of ongoing scientific research by the University of Western Australia.  

There are multiple island groups to discover as well as the commercial fishing, diamond mining and hydro-electric power industries which you can witness firsthand.  

Day trips from Kununurra are also available to some of the region’s most amazing natural features including the Bungle Bungle ranges, the Ord River Gorges and Lake Kununurra itself. Scenic flights and Helicopter tours are an amazing way to take your trip to the next level. 

Lake Argyle Resort and Holiday Park offers a variety of accommodation options for any length of stay, from unpowered camp sites with access to all of the resort facilities, including the infinity pool and family friendly restaurant and beer garden. 

The Lake View villas are ideal for those who appreciate a touch of luxury and want to experience incredible vistas after a day exploring the great Australian outback. 

Each of these fully self-contained villas are perched on the edge of the hillside and include a large timber decking that allows guests to overlook the stunning landscape that surrounds Lake Argyle.  

The park itself covers an area of more than 5 hectares with over 100 shaded van sites and ample room for unpowered camping. The resort has a range of air conditioned accommodation including the villas and 1 and 2-bedroom Kimberley cabins.  

The park has clean and modern amenities that include a Camp Kitchen, Laundry, and a shared BBQ area that is available to all guests. The park is famous for its magnificent 35-meter infinity pool and spa that overlook the lake and provide breathtaking views of the entire East Kimberley. The pool is available at a cost to members of the public, as is The Lake Argyle restaurant and café, one of the only restaurants in the Kimberly that is open all year round for three meals a day and has regular live entertainment. There is also a small general store for your convenience. 

Aside from organised tours and boat cruises, there are a number of do-it-yourself activities that are accessible from the park including Kayaking or Canoeing, Mountain Biking, Fishing and Bushwalking. Ask the friendly staff and they will be more than happy to arrange equipment hire or supply you with all the necessary maps and information.

Contact Park
See & Do
Reviews
Dates
Dates
Guests
Available
Nearby Parks
Not Available
Before you continue...

This website collects data as you browse. As a part of our commitment to ensuring your comfort level with this arrangement, please indicate your preferences.

You can change these settings at any time from our privacy policy page.