There are many ways to discover the 400,000+ hectare property of El Questro — by plane, foot, 4WD or boat. Activities galore are on offer, including fishing, swimming, horseback riding and four-wheel-driving.
Experience the stunning landscape a different way with a scenic flight. Fly to the beehive-shaped Bungle Bungles in Purnululu National Park.
You can also hop in a plane to check out King George Falls or Mitchell Falls, both of which are spectacular to see from the air.
Don’t skip taking a cruise around Chamberlain Gorge. And cruising is your only option, as it’s only accessible by boat.
Chamberlain Gorge is a three-kilometre long fresh waterhole. Enjoy the diverse plants on the shore, or feed the cheeky Barramundi.
There’s an endless array of 4WD tracks across the landscape. Cross rivers, discover remote areas and pull up at some spectacular lookouts.
You can drive to Pigeon Hole, a waterhole with excellent fishing. For a challenge, try the Explosion Gorge tracks, a rough 17km drive. It’s worth it, however, for the breathtaking views from Branco’s Lookout.
Break a sweat with some of El Questro’s fantastic hikes. No matter your fitness level, there’s a track for you.
The Emma Gorge Trail is two hours’ return and leads to a large waterhole, perfect for a swim. If it’s been raining, try the Amalia Gorge Trail, which will lead you past a mass of waterfalls.
For a leisurely walk, try one of the Station Walks. They head out from El Questro Station along the Pentecost River. There’s a high chance of spotting local wildlife as you stroll.
Experience spectacular gorges, remote pools and see the wonders of the Kimberley as you travel by custom designed 4WD vehicles and stay in the regions unique wilderness lodges. Book by 15 December, 2017 to receive bonus flights on September 2018 departures. For more information visit RACQ Travel or contact one of our friendly travel consultants on 1300 096 166.