Rowles Lagoon is the largest freshwater lake in the Coolgardie bioregion. The lagoon and surrounding areas are a bird watchers paradise.
Rowles Lagoon is a Conservation Park that is also a popular recreation destination for Goldfields families, visitors and tourists.
These waters are culturally and environmentally significant and are listed in Australia’s register of significant wetlands. The wetlands are an important cultural site for local Aboriginal people and the story of the site is told at the interpretation shelter.
There is plenty of sightseeing, swimming and nature observation to be done here, along with tables, toilets, camping sites and BBQs.
Rowles Lagoon makes for a beautiful area to go camping with the family, if you just want to get away from it all.