SPLASH INTO YOUR RIVER ADVENTURE!
The Murray River flows through forested, high rainfall areas of the Darling Range. This 134kms water corridor is well utilised - and loved - with adventure activities such as canoeing, fast water rafting and mountain biking the flood plains being among the most popular. Most centre on the section of the river that traverses Lane Poole Reserve, which at 55 000 hectares is the largest state park in WA’s northern jarrah forest. After exploring and spending time in and around the Murray, it’s not hard to fall in love with the river and the endless waves of adventure it brings.
The seasonal changing characteristics of the river are what make it so popular and accessible all year around. In the warmer months, the lower levels and warmer temperatures provide a water experience for family and novice paddlers. Coming into the cooler months, the increased flow caters to the more adventurous with the upper section offering fast moving channels, some small rapids and deep pools. The middle to lower section provides white water experiences for rafters, fast water canoeists and kayakers. The upper section to Nanga Bridge has good road access on both sides which satisfies safety requirements and makes it an ideal location for educational use. Safe and secure access at key river locations, improvements in camp site facilities and an increased ranger presence provides a quality and memorable experience for all visitors. Whatever level you choose to dive in to, we guarantee you’ll love every moment.
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