The Kimberley Region was recently hailed by Lonely Planet (the worlds largest travel publication) as the second best region to visit in the World in 2014. It is noted for it’s pristine beauty in the face of rapidly developing tourist centres. El Questro Wilderness Park is the jewel in the Kimberley’s crown with nearly one million acres of outback beauty just waiting for you to explore. With landscapes as diverse as tidal mudflats, sub tropical rainforests, mountainous ranges and gorges with crystal clear water, El Questro is a very unique property. Think of it as a compilation of all the best the Kimberley has to offer the camping traveler. The question isn’t why would you camp at El Questro, it’s why wouldn’t you! An average day may unfold like this. With over 150 bird species on the property, your alarm clock may be a Blue Winged Kookaburra or a flock of Red Tailed Black Cockatoos. Then it’s off to explore the multitude of natural attractions. Maybe a hike up El Questro Gorge with a plunge under a spring fed waterfall followed by a soak in the magical thermal waters of Zebedee springs. After a spot of lunch under a boab tree enjoy a relaxing dip in one of our beautiful waterholes, and then test your driving skills on one of our 4WD lookouts. End your day under a million Kimberley stars swapping stories round the campfire. . . A camping adventure at El Questro is a must do and tops many bucket lists. It would rival any camping destination in Australia but don’t let us tell you come and find out for yourself! View or download The Station Campsite Map here.