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El Questro Homestead Properties

El Questro Homestead
El Questro Homestead

At El Questro Homestead, you'll be immersed in luxury, juxtaposed by a backdrop of rugged Kimberley landscape. The Homestead is an exclusive retreat perched atop the magnificent Chamberlain Gorge.

Catering to a maximum of eighteen discerning guests, your privacy is assured and friendly staff provide the highest standards of service and cuisine. Guests are encouraged to choose from a selection of dining locations, from a private cliff top to the Homestead's spacious verandahs. Wherever you decide to dine, it will almost always be situated under a canopy of stars.

With interiors featuring modern pieces set against rustic authentic Australian furnishings, the Homestead is the ideal place to fully appreciate the untamed beauty of the Kimberley. Surrounded by lush tropical gardens, the Homestead has a swimming pool and tennis court for the exclusive use of Homestead guests.

Each room is air-conditioned with an en-suite and private balcony. The Chamberlain Suite extends out over the edge of the cliff offering absolutely breathtaking views from the bedroom, the verandah and even the shower.
Kimberley Region


Year Round

Australia is an all-year-round destination, but during the summer, December to February, it is hot in Western Australia, Northern Territory and Queensland. At the Great Barrier Reef, most rain falls in January and February. In northern Queensland and parts of the Northern Territory, roads may flood during the 'green' season, January to March. The ski season takes place during June to October in New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania. Australia's seasons are the opposite of those of the Northern Hemisphere.

Spring: September-November
Summer: December-February
Fall: March-May
Winter: June-August

Butterflies, Fishing for Barramundi or 4-Wheel Driving, Horse Trekking & Scenic Helicopter Flights.

El Questro offers a diverse range of activities for the Ecotourist, Agritourist and Sportstourist alike - whether it's photographing butterflies, fishing for barramundi or 4-wheel driving. El Questro is all about once-in-a-lifetime experiences! Experience boating on the Chamberlain Gorge, or the relaxing thermal pools of Zebedee Springs. Horse trekking is a fabulous way to observe all kinds of Kimberley wildlife. Accompanied by your El Questro ranger, you will be introduced to a wide variety of animals, birds and maybe even a saltwater crocodile! A scenic helicopter flight through canyons and gorges, past waterfalls, caves offers unrivalled views of this awesome country. For all activities involving walking we suggest that you will need a reasonable level of fitness and wear appropriate, comfortable footwear to undertake these activities. If in doubt, please check with our Rangers at the property. Please be aware that all tours and activities are subject to availability and change due to weather conditions. Minimum and maximum tour numbers may apply. Entry to Zebedee Thermal Springs closes at 12:00pm each day of the season.
Local Info

The 2002 season at El Questro Wilderness Park finally saw the destination enter a new phase of its self-imposed Wilderness Park status. Over the previous 5 years, surveys were conducted over parts of the 1,000,000 acres that make up the Wilderness Park. Government authorities, area specialists and El Questro's retained Wilderness Park employees have been contracted to collate data on the local flora, fauna and cultural heritage information, including the pioneering history of our forefathers. This information is now available to all visitors to El Questro. It is presented in a number of ways, including informative signage and a comprehensive series of "trail data sheets". For example, these sheets give trail walkers and other visitors to the region the choice to either join an El Questro Ranger on a guided walk, or have the information on a sheet which relates to markers posted at points of interest on trails and generally around the Wilderness Park. Although extremely worthwhile, these improvements have come at a significant financial cost to the Wilderness Park. So, to recoup these costs, El Questro has introduced a fee in the form of a Wilderness Park Permit, to cover these costs.
The luxury of El Questro Homestead sits in stark contrast to Western Australia's rugged Kimberley landscape. Escape from it all while enjoying the comforts of a small luxury resort just over 100 kilometres from Kununurra.
At El Questro Homestead, guests will be immersed in luxury, juxtaposed by a backdrop of rugged Kimberley landscape. The Homestead is an exclusive retreat perched atop the magnificent Chamberlain Gorge. After exploring hidden locations few have had the privilege to visit in this dramatic land of extremes, guests have the opportunity to unwind and relax in a variety of unique ways. Soak away your cares in the thermal Zebedee Springs. Curl up under an ancient boab tree with a book, or simply join the local wallaby population and lounge in the shade. Surrounded by lush tropical gardens, the Homestead has a swimming pool and tennis court for the exclusive use of Homestead guests. Guests are invited to enjoy gourmet cuisine at a dining location of their choice, from a private cliff top to the Homestead's spacious verandahs. Alternatively, guests can have a gourmet picnic hamper packed for them to enjoy in an intimate setting of choice. El Questro Homestead has ranked 2nd in Australian Traveller's top 10 luxury lodges in Australia list for 2011.

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