El Questro Wilderness Park, Kununurra

(4/5 based on 380+ reviews on the web)
Previously a cattle station, El Questro Wilderness Park is now an eco-holiday destination with luxury rooms, bungalows, and camping. This area of over 400,000 hectares (1 million acres) includes thermal springs and stunning gorges, and extends 80 km (50 mi) into the wilderness. There are three resorts offering various accommodations: Emma Gorge (safari cabins), The Station (camping), and The Homestead (luxury rooms). You can explore the Chamberlain Gorge by boat, or go trekking and horse riding. You can also go on a helicopter ride and barramundi fishing. Use our Kununurra family vacation planner to add El Questro Wilderness Park and other attractions to your Kununurra vacation plans.
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  • El Questro station and Emma gorge were both an amazing experience and one not to be missed when visiting Kununnurra. Emma gorge walk is difficult and only those who are health and relatively fit shoul...  more »
  • On a very rare day off, we went out to El Questro for lunch at the steak resterant. The food was to die for & the staff were very friendly & helpful. 
  • We stayed at the El Questro park in our own tent - facilities were awesome and clean, washing machine and plenty of toilets and showers all round - could have done with another clothes line though! Th...  more »
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  • We camped here for 2 nights. New toilets, showers and cooking facilities are great. Best we have seen. But campsite quite noisy and unruly at night down in unpowered camp area. We moved to powered site just to get away from them. Station itself is nice, but overpriced. River crossing to get in a bit scary if not in 4wd. Walks good, although some not accessible unless you can do deep water crossing. Lots of scrambling over rocks to get to gorges. Zebedee springs and Emma Gorge best bits. Worst was noise from entertainment at night and campsite itself noisy for 22 hours a day.
  • If your looking for adventure this is it. Great for a base camp to venture down to the Pentacost, The Chamberlain river or even emma gorge. Also good for weekends with the kids.
  • Large camping sites. Very friendly and helpful staff. Reasonable camping rates. So much to see and explore!! Food, drink and everything else from the store are very expensive.
  • Fantastic place the caravan park was packed and our site had no shade. But the park was brillant
  • Gorges/walks were awesome. Very scenic. Camping is overpriced and not enough bathrooms. More were under construction and should be just about finished. No pool and there's not much water flowing through the river at the campsite so swimming is pretty much limited to the gorge walks which are great for a dip.