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El Questro Wilderness Park, Kununurra

El Questro Wilderness Park near Kununurra is without doubt, one of the world’s unique holiday destinations. A working cattle station with a herd of approximately 5,000, El Questro provides a truly Australian holiday experience.

A million acres in size, El Questro is located in Western Australia’s untamed Kimberley, and extends for approximately 80 kilometres into the heart of the region, most of which has never been explored. It is one of the last true frontiers.

El Questro Wilderness Park offers unrivalled access to the far reaches of the Kimberley. Go barramundi fishing, set out on a horse trek, or explore remote areas by helicopter that only a lucky few have ever seen. Boating the Chamberlain Gorge is also a must. A day spent with a ranger will introduce you to a wide variety of animals, birds and maybe even a saltwater crocodile!

At El Questro Wilderness Park, you can choose from three types of accommodation, each different in style and budget, including Emma Gorge Resort with its Deluxe Tented Cabins, the comfortable Station Township Bungalows at the heart of El Questro Wilderness Park, and Riverside Camping, where you can opt for a central camp site close to amenities or one of the private sites just 10 minutes away.

Accommodation Options

The Station Township Bungalows

The Bungalows are located at the Station Township area near the banks of the Pentecost River, at the hub of El Questro Wilderness Park.

Ideal for those travellers who want to be at the centre of the action and close to all El Questro’s activities, the Bungalows are great for families, as well as those who prefer the little extra comforts of home.

Providing air-conditioned comfort with private facilities, a number of Bungalows are stylishly decorated with polished floorboards and some with balconies overlooking the river.

Conveniently located next to the Steakhouse Restaurant and the Swinging Arm Bar, the Bungalows overlook the Pentecost River, and are just a short stroll from a peaceful swimming hole.

Emma Gorge Resort Deluxe Tented Cabins

Hidden within the fiery red of El Questro’s Cockburn Ranges, lies the spectacular Emma Gorge Resort. Conveniently located close to some of El Questro’s major attractions only two kilometres off the Gibb River Road, and one hour from Kununurra.

Nestled between palms and pandanus, gravel paths link the Tented Cabins, restaurant, bar, reception and gorge. A swimming pool and lounge area shaded by native trees and landscaped gardens lies on the banks of Emma Gorge Creek.

Emma Gorge Resort’s Tented Cabins allow you to stay in comfort and style, while still remaining close to nature, in complete harmony with the surrounding landscape.

The raised roofs of the Tented Cabins allow the tropical sounds and scents to filter through, as you drift off to sleep. Beds are fitted with linen and pillows, while fans help make warmer nights more comfortable. All Tented Cabins have their own private facilities.With a fully licensed bar, well-stocked shop and laundry facilities, Emma Gorge Resort is an ideal place to stay and explore El Questro and the captivating Kimberley beyond.

Website: www.elquestro.com.au

Popular Activities

  • Off Road Driving
  • Bird Watching
  • Bush Walking
  • Caving
  • Fishing - Estuary
  • Horse Riding

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