Conservation ParkRowles Lagoon is a scenic camping spot and haven for waterbirds in the arid Goldfields Region. Essential information for all parks of Australia's Golden OutbackEssential information for all parks of Kalgoorlie & GoldfieldsHorizontal TabsWelcomeSites & Activities Entry Fees Apply Universal Access Contact Information Kalgoorlie Phone: +61 (0)8 9080 5555Sites & ActivitiesAddress: 32 Brookman Street KALGOORLIESend Email Monday to Friday 8.30am to 4.30pm Closed weekends and public holidays Park Location73 km N Coolgardie Park InformationRowles Lagoon is the only freshwater wetland within the Goldfields Region reserved for nature conservation. This lake and other wetlands within the surrounding nature reserve change dramatically with the seasons and the years. During drought they tend to dry out but then fill again to overflowing in years that experience heavy rains. Wonderful waterbirds 41 species of waterbirds have been recorded on the lakes, including eight protected by international treaties. The freckled duck, one of the worldʼs rarest waterfowl, has been recorded breeding here twice. When Rowles Lagoon has water in it, you can use the fringing teatree thicket as a natural hide to walk to the edge of the lake to observe wildlife up close. Getting wet Rowles Lagoon is popular with day-trippers and campers. When the water level is high enough, the lagoon is suitable for swimming and kayaking. Motorised vessels and water skiing are not permitted. We recognise and acknowledge Aboriginal people as the Traditional custodians of Rowles Lagoon Conservation Park. Sites & Activities Activities Swimming Canoeing & kayaking Facilities Dogs Allowed? Campground Load all sites... ReviewsReviewsYou must be signed in to add a review, simply Click here to create an account or loginNo reviews posted, be the first to add a review. Flora & Fauna ALA Integration Page Content The Atlas of Living Australia (Atlas) contains information on all the known species in Australia aggregated from a wide range of data providers: museums, herbaria, community groups, government departments, individuals and universities. Sites & Activities Visit the Atlas of Living Australia page for this area.