Lake Indoon is a picturesque freshwater lake and an ideal location to participate in a variety of water based activities, subject to water levels.

The lake depth varies from approximately 1.5m – 5m depending on the seasons and rainfall.

Spend a few days at the campsite to explore much of the lake which is renowned as a premier location for waterskiing. Take a swim in the refreshing waters. Children will love the calm waters and the sandy beach around most of the lake.

Enjoy a walk along the beach to gain an appreciation of the sheer size of the lake and spot some of the varieties of water birds on the water. Keep an eye out for the kangaroos and emus that inhabit the surrounding bushland. It is approximately 4.5kms around the lake, via the beach.

Set up camp and enjoy the peaceful silence across the lake at night. The campsite offers fresh drinking water and cold showers as well as barbeque facilities to cook your evening meal. Camping is free.

The boat ramp has been reconstructed, making it a sturdy, concrete structure. A gas BBQ and picnic area is available for your use near the boat ramp on the north side of the Lake. Murals have been painted on the ablution block and drinking water tank by local artists.

Lake Indoon is a short drive from Carnamah and just less than four hours drive north of Perth.

Contact the Shire of Carnamah for more information on water levels prior to your travel on 08) 9951 7000.

Pets - Dogs visiting Lake Indoon Reserve must be on a leash - penalties exist if dog is found unrestrained