Pavati Arrives In The Land Down Under

By April 30, 2015 News No Comments

It’s finally here…or actually there.

Pavati is in the land “Down Under”

Wakeboards for Sale, Wetsounds, Marine speakers, Marine audio

Perth, Australia – April 29, 2015

While Australia is traditionally known for kangaroos, koalas, the Sydney Opera House and Vegemite, it’s no secret that Australia also is home to the Great Barrier Reef and some of the best beaches in the world. With over 11 000 beaches from renowned surf beaches like Bell’s Beach in Victoria to the famous city beach of Bondi in Sydney or the more remote beaches of Cable Beach in Western Australia and Whitehaven in the Whitsunday Islands off Queensland, the continent of Australia has more beaches than any other country in the world.

Arriving on the Australian shore today for the first time ever is the sickest wake boat ever, the Pavati AL-24 – the ONE & ONLY 100% Aluminum Wakeboarding Boat, complete with 5000 lbs of stock ballast, Rip Tide™ Surf System, and a one piece fully welded no-flex Illuminator™ tower with (4) Rev 8 tower speakers, (4) Roswell rotating board racks and the Pavati TowerCam™ w/ night vision. Whether you’re partying like it’s 1999 with a thumpin’ WetSounds stereo system or just chillin’ in the rear on the exclusive full length Surf Lounge™, Pavati wake boats have got it going on.

Pavati’s Australian dealer Lindsay Cannon of Pavati Australia, will be touring boat shows across the country, from Perth to Aidlaide, Melbourne, Sidney, Brisbane and more.


Get your wakeboarding and water skiing kicks on Western Australia’s rivers, lakes and 20,781-kilometre coastline. From Albany and Esperance on the Southern Ocean, all the way up to the exotic pearling port of Broome, the State is peppered with designated zones and uncrowded waterways offering perfect conditions.


Popular spots on the Southern Ocean coast include the Kalgan River and Oyster Harbour nearAlbany, and the Duke of Orleans Bay, Esperance Bay and Woody Lake near Esperance.

Designated ski areas can also be found in Busselton, Geraldton and even as far north as Gantheaume Bay and Roebuck Bay in Broome. For ocean-based water skiing and wakeboarding thrills closer to Perth, head for Woodman Point, just eight kilometres south of Fremantle, or Comet Bay in Mandurah.


If you prefer the calmer flats of WA’s waterways, spend a leisurely weekend water skiing or wakeboarding on the Blackwood River and Hardy Inlet in picturesque Augusta, stopping off atLogue Brook Dam near Harvey along the way.

You’ll also find plenty of options within easy reach of Perth, including the Canning River at Mount Pleasant, the Peel Inlet in Mandurah, Waroona Dam near Dwellingup, or the purpose-built lakes at Baldivis where expert tuition, a jump and world-class slalom facilities are also available.

Be sure to check out the website for details of where you can see the boat and maybe even get to go out and demo it. You can check out their Facebook page at or look on the “Dealer Locator” page at to get their contact info.

~ written by Brent C. Johns, iOSfx Web Solutions.

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