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From the Emma Gorge resort it is only half an hour drive to these hot springs, but the gate is open only from 07:00 till 12:00 hrs . Before the parking lot is a sign: “If the parking place is full, so are the hot...More
Wow if you get the chance to explore the kimberley.. go and do it. Get outside off devices and take the kids on an adventure. worth the scenery and time out. magic sunsets back drops. loved the warmth so many different places to see and...More
The wilderness park is recommended 4WD access only, and many of the gorges need high clearance 4WD with a snorkel to access as there's a deep water crossing (there are 2 shallower water crossings to get to the campsite - a small vehicle might not...More
Current Number 11 rating in 'things to do in east Kimberley" is misleading - it ties for 1st, along with Echidna Chasm in the Bungle Bungles.
Focus on East Kimberley, so you have time to see the other attractions at El Questro and have enough...More
We loved our visit to El Questro. The El Questro gorge was a challenging yet well worthwhile visit. Brancos lookout is worth a visit too. The homestead looks very impressive but I don’t know if you can have a tour unless you stay there. Staff...More
Overall, El Questro is a nice place, but the prices they charge are highway robbery! For a powered caravan site, $22 pp plus another $22 per night forthe site. $66 per nght for a dusty bit of ground!
The 4wd tracks and lookouts are great...More
Loved this place. If you’re up for an epic adventure you’ll get it right here. Swimming holes, gorges, waterfalls and rapids. Base yourself at the Black Cockatoo Campground for a wicked vibe, a restaurant and live music to make your stay amazing.
Sensitively placed glamping close to the gorge, (own shower and toilet for each 'tent'). very casually designed restaurant. Marvelous walk following a creek into the gorge to a waterfall starts at the accommodation. None of the facilities spoil the surrounds.
Response from Rochelle M | Reviewed this property |
I’m sorry, I don’t agree with Rhonda E. Our experience with El Questro started very well. We walked Emma Gorge and thoroughly enjoyed it. On leaving and driving to El Questro’s campground we found the 16 km terribly rough... More
I’m sorry, I don’t agree with Rhonda E. Our experience with El Questro started very well. We walked Emma Gorge and thoroughly enjoyed it. On leaving and driving to El Questro’s campground we found the 16 km terribly rough, as rough as any part of the Gibb with the water crossings probably more hazzardous. On arrival we were charged $89 per night for a powered site, $20 just for the privilege of being there. Around the campfire that night the subject of costs came up and found our neighbors paid $59 and the couple behind us $69. On quizzing reception about the discrepancy, I just got a shrug of the shoulders, that’s it. On the Saturday night , live music flooded the camp site till 10 pm and them we were woken to a helicopter buzzing the camp ground every 15minutes from 6am.
Yes it is a lovely spot We felt it was a bit of a ripoff.
You may think boy, what whingers, but every couple we met on our ‘big lap’ had the same opinion. By all means go and see for yourself and hopefully your experience is similar to Rhonda’s, but for my money I would pick Home Valley every time