The El Questro Wilderness Park in Western Australia’s remote East Kimberley region brings to life an ancient land with an extraordinary diversity of landscapes. Here rugged sandstone ranges and deep weathered gorges surrender to pockets of rainforest and picturesque waterfalls.
Covering one million acres, the El Questro Wilderness Park is five times the size of the island of Tasmania and around the size of a small European country.
Experience the call of the wilderness in the remote Kimberley
There is a variety of stylish accommodation at the heart of the park, each one unique. From the exclusive homestead with suites overlooking the river, to luxury tented cabins, to family bungalows where you can camp on a remote stretch of river.
One of the best ways to get an appreciation of the vastness and diversity of El Questro is from the air. A helicopter ride over the Cockburn Ranges, through the Pentecost and Chamberlain Gorges, offers unparalleled sights.
Around the fresh water springs and lazy salt-water estuaries in the northern part of the property, an abundance of Australian animals, fish and bird life gather. Take a private cruise or swim in the clear fresh waters. Soak in hot springs, or trek on horse-back and see the countryside from a new vantage point.
Watch the sunset over Saddleback Ridge and then enjoy an Australian barbeque and listening to live music and local stories.
Open from April through October, El Questro was created so visitors can experience one of the world's last unspoilt frontiers in style and comfort.