Kayaking & Paddle Craft

Kayaking & Paddle Craft

We are Halcyon Paddling Days

The Harvey Region abounds with dams, lakes, and calm waterways, which means endless paddling options for our kayak, SUP and canoe aficionados.

Discover the stunning natural beauty and our plethora of wildlife from a unique perspective. And with the tranquil setting of the water surrounding you, you’ll leave feeling refreshed and renewed.

Rivers & Dams

Brunswick & Collie River

On the Lower Collie River, launch your craft at the Eastwell Boat Ramp Precinct and paddle to the Old Lower Collie River Bridge.

Harvey Dam

Launch your craft or SUP at the Harvey Dam Launch Ramp and then start exploring the largest dam in the Harvey Region at 540 Ha. It has numerous tributaries to discover.

Lake Brockman – Logue Brook Dam

The crystal blue waters of Lake Brockman will take your breath away. We suggest you keep to the eastern shoreline, where water skiing is prohibited.

Coastal Waterways

Leschenault Estuary

The calm waters and outstanding amount of wildlife, including three colonies of Black Swans and a pod of dolphins, make this a favourite place for paddling. Two popular paddling runs include from the Collie River mouth to The Cut, or from Cook’s Point in the Karragarup Nature Reserve to the Belvidere Day Use site on the Leschenault Peninsula.


The main swimming beach at Binningup is protected by a reef system which runs parralell to the coastline. In most conditions, this means beautiful calm water for you to kayak or SUP along white sandy beaches.

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