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Acquatic Activities in Central Australia - Cities, Towns and Localities
Although Central Australia is an arid region, there are often many opportunities for swimming, boating, paddling, or just relaxing by the waters edge.

Whilst canoe polo is practiced at the local swimming pool, there are many places throughout the Central Australia region where you can dip your toe in the water, so to speak. With a number of permanent waterholes, the enticing cool waters on those bright hot sunny days, entice many a local and tourist.

Ellery Creek Big Hole is a great location in the West MacDonnell Ranges for a spot of aquatic activity. As well as the permanent waterhole, there are nearby camping and toilet facilities.

Ellery Creek Waterhole, also known locally as ‘Alice Springs Beach’.
Ellery Creek Waterhole, also known locally as ‘Alice Springs Beach’.

Swimming at Ellery Creek Big Hole.
Swimming at Ellery Creek Big Hole.

Canoes in dry dock at Ellery Creek Big Hole.
Canoes in dry dock at Ellery Creek Big Hole.

Canoes at Ellery Creek Big Hole.
Canoes at Ellery Creek Big Hole.

A refreshing swim, the perfect thing for a hot day.
A refreshing swim, the perfect thing for a hot day.

Even the local wildlife, bring their towel for a swim.
Even the local wildlife, bring their towel for a swim.

Dingo enjoying the cool water of Ellery Creek Big Hole.
Dingo enjoying the cool water of Ellery Creek Big Hole.

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