Western Australia, The wakeboarders favorite
Pick up your board and come wakeboard Western Australia.
Perth, Western Australia regularly plays host to the World H20 Gravity Games showcasing the best of the best wake pro riders.
The largest state of Australia, Western Australia has such diversity with the hot dry north to the tall trees in the south and many rivers in-between.
With 12,000 kilometres of non commercial pristine water ways you are sure to find that idyllic spot to ride.
Some of the places to ride are Bunbury, Busselton and Broome to Esperance, Geraldton, Harvey and Mandurah.
The waterways are so uncrowded, you can often glide along in the fresh air for hours without seeing another soul!
Swan and Canning Rivers, Perth
Probably the most convenient places to wakeboard around Perth would be on these two magnificent rivers.
Before wakeboarding in Western Australia, you will want to check out exactly ‘where you are allowed to ride according to the Western Australian Maritime regulations for recreational and boating.
While there you can also find a handy list of all the boat ramps in WA, (that should give a clue as to where you can ride!)
Just 90 minutes from Perth, is Waroona Dam you will find many locals wakeboarding. Or head on over to Bonneys WA Waterski Park in Baldivis, where you will find 5 man made lakes with sliders, kickers and much more.
How to Get There
Perth, being one of Australia’s capital cities, getting there is easy, depending on where you are coming from! Plane, car, boat, or train. Follow the setting sun.