We went on a Gorge tour. So good! There were crocs, wallabies and cattle on the banks. We stopped at the end of Gorge for champagne and slices of fruit. We then feed the fish. What a great experience!
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We camped for 3 nights with another family and loved our time at El Questro. If you don't like camping cheek by jowl definitely opt for private riverside camping. The main camp ground is busy! The walks are nice. El Questro gorge impressed me. It...More
We went to Emma Gorge Easy drive to the resort But the walk is challenging very rocky over the dry river bed make sure you have good shoes The Gorge itself is beautiful and a great place to swim after a warm strenuous walk Suggest...More
A magnificent location offering a range of spectacular Kimberly landscapes and experiences. Sadly over commercialised and crowded. Much prefer a quieter experience where the natural beauty of the region is not spoilt by buzzing helicopters, noisy crowds and costly admission prices!
Having survived the drive on the Gibb River Road, we arrived at the El Questro complex. There is an array of accomodation options from camping to cabins to the elite homestead. The grounds are beautifully kept and the facilities excellent. From here one can explore...More
Emma gorge, the hot spring and the Chamberlain boat trip were really great. I feel the El Questro Wilderness Park camp site is over hyped and expensive. The horse riding, wasn't good, a two hour trek through the bush, with nothing to see, the woman...More
We recently had 4 nights at El Questro at one of the Private Riverside Camps which we absolutely loved. We had travelled west to east on the Gibb Rv Rd so this was our final stop on this part of our trip. After 2 flat...More
All said in title. ElQ has some amazing locations, stunning scenery and challenging day hikes. Unfortunately the service is not up to scratch with their reputation as a 5 star resort. Queues for everything at the homestead. Checking in. Showers. Toilets. Beers. Ice cream. Service...More
We camped at El Questro. $20 per night per person + $22 for power. The facilities are very good for campers. We had just come off a 7 day West/East traverse of the Gibb River Road with a detour to Kalumburu and wanted somewhere to...More