Champion Lakes Regatta Centre
The Champion Lakes Regatta Centre (generally referred to as Champion Lakes) is a man-made aquatic sporting facility south of Perth, Western Australia in the suburb of Champion Lakes. It is an international standard facility for rowing, kayaking, dragon boat racing, and open water swimming that includes a 2,000-meter buoyed course for competition.
Champion Lakes is a suburb of Perth, Western Australia, located within the City of Armadale. The suburb was originally part of Westfield, but was renamed along with the proposal for a large water-based recreation facility to be constructed in the area.
The facility is owned by the Armadale Redevelopment Authority is situated adjacent to Tonkin Highway. It was officially opened on 30 January 2009.