Located in the far north of Western Australia, El Questro Wilderness Park gives visitors a unique outback experience.
If you've ever dreamed of having an unforgettable outback Australian experience, El Questro Wilderness Park, one of Australia's most spectacular destinations in far north Western Australia, offers a huge range of experiences for guests on its million-acre property.
Starting this season, a Cessna 210 aircraft will be based at El Questro Station for the exclusive use of guests offering scenic flights up over the Kimberley coastline, over the Bungle Bungles and waterfalls and gorges.
Get a bird's eye view of the scenic Kimberley landscape with it's waterfalls and majestic gorges.
Operated by Kimberley Air Tours, guests can choose from a two-hour Bungle Bungle and Lake Argyle Scenic Flight ($465 per person), a three-hour 20-minute Mitchell Falls and Kimberley Coast Flight ($765 per person) and a two-hour 20-minute King George Falls and Kimberley Coast Flight ($499 per person).
Guests can also arrive in style at El Questro with scenic aeroplane transfers from Kununurra Airport to El Questro.
The Bungle Bungle and Lake Argyle Scenic Flight takes guests over the awe-inspiring striped bee hive domes and gorges of this 350 million year old icon. One of Australia's natural wonders, the World Heritage Listed Bungle Bungle range is a unique sandstone formation dating back 350 million years.
Guests can also fly over the Argyle Diamond Mine, the largest producer of pink and coloured diamonds in the world.
Meanwhile, guests with their feet firmly on the ground can take part in a new Tag-Along 4WD Tour following the Cockburn Circuit. A 133km round trip from the Gibb Road and El Questro Station driveway turnoff, the Cockburn Circuit is the most scenic of tracks at El Questro, encircling the Cockburn Ranges and allowing drivers to see spectacular scenery on a variety of different terrains. The cost is $450 per vehicle with a maximum of four people travelling.
The Station is the heart of the destination and is home to the Swinging Arm Bar and the famous Saturday Night BBQ under the stars. It offers two types of accommodation – air conditioned Riverview and Gardenview bungalows. As most tours leave from The Station, it is a great location to explore The Kimberley from.
Welcome to El Questro where a variety of accommodation options as well as amazing outback activities await.
A range of new permanent Station Tents have been erected in the Black Cockatoo campground at El Questro Station allowing people to experience camping without having to bring a tent and all the associated equipment.
The tents cost $149 a night and offer the weary traveller freshly made beds, bedside lamps, a fan, an outdoor dining set and a daily housekeeping service, plus they are close to all amenities and the Station Township facilities.
The wilderness park offers a wide variety of accommodation option ranging from camping to luxury homestead stays.
El Questro Wilderness Park offers four distinct accommodation styles, each different in budget, ranging from the internationally acclaimed El Questro Homestead to Emma Gorge Resort, the Station Bungalows and Riverside Campground.
Located 110km from Kununurra, El Questro is a remote and rugged destination that promises the seclusion to explore this iconic part of Australia and the amazing wildlife that exists within its boundaries.
You'll feel a million miles away in this remote are where mobile phone simply aren't needed. (And you'll be amazed how how quickly you'll even forget you have one.)
Numerous tours are available throughout the season which runs until 31 October each year.
These allow guests to experience the area by 4WD, helicopter, horse and on foot – all led by expert guides. Full day fishing tours for the elusive local barramundi are also available.