Lake Argyle Swim postponed until Saturday 1st May 2021
The Lake Argyle Swim Committee has resolved to ‘Roll-Over’ the scheduled 2020 First National Kimberley Lake Argyle Swim for one year to Saturday 1st May 2021.
All registrations will be ‘rolled-over’ to the 2021 event.
For those teams no longer in a position to be at the start line in 2021, we will be opening an ‘expression of interest’ process in next year’s event at our usual registration time (1st November) and link up teams looking for places with those who have one to transfer.
The First National Lake Argyle Swim will be held on
Saturday 2nd May 2020.
The distance of the race is 10 or 20 kilometres. The event categories for competitors are:
Duo - Relay teams of 2
Team - Relay teams of 4
Supporting or just spectating? Join one of the Spectator Cruises!
Registrations open 1st November 2019 at 9am (WA Time) - Please be online to register at this time to avoid missing out!
Situated 75 kilometres from the town of Kununurra, Western Australia, Lake Argyle is located 40 kilometres from the Northern Territory Border and covers 980 square kilometres at normal water levels. Twenty-one times greater in size than Sydney Harbour, Lake Argyle can increase to over 40 times the size of Sydney Harbour when in flood. Long since recognised as one of the most spectacular places to visit in Australia, the Lake Argyle Swim provides experienced swimmers with an unsurpassed outback adventure.
Clean freshwater awaits all solo, duo or quad teams, no sharks, bluebottles, ocean rips or chafing, just a very pleasant 22 - 26 degrees in 980 square kilometres of lake to enjoy.