El Questro Homestead, The Kimberley
Truly one of the world’s last remaining wild frontiers, El Questro boasts a million acres of awe-inspiring and remarkable scenery in the heart of the ancient Kimberley Outback in the far north of Western Australia (100kms west of Kununurra).
This spectacular landscape incorporates magnificent mountain ranges, rambling rivers, countless gorges, cascading waterfalls and a myriad of thermal springs - and to the south looms El Questro’s most famous neighbour - the Bungle Bungle Range where millions of years of erosion have created the unique beehive-shaped domes for which this fascinating massif is now world-renowned.
El Questro Homestead
Back in 1990, Will and Celia Burrell were drawn to the neglected beauty of this million acre wilderness. They slept in a tent under the stars when they first arrived - but today, guests can relax in the comfort of the acclaimed El Questro Homestead. Built from local materials and perched high on a rocky ledge overlooking the Chamberlain River, this exclusive six room retreat ensures that you do not have to ‘rough it’ in this vast Kimberley Outback! Terracotta paved floors, large verandahs and the use of earthy colours allow the timeless landscape of the Kimberley’s aged rust-red rocks to flow visually indoors.
Children 12 years and under are not catered for.
A minimum 2 night stay applies, but we recommend spending longer as there is lots to see and do - from boating on the Chamberlain Gorge, fishing for barramundi and horse-trekking, to scenic helicopter flights and relaxing in the thermal pools.
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