There are two distinctly different ways to enjoy your El Questro camping experience. The first is at a location known as "Black Cockatoo", central to the guest showers, bathrooms and the Station Store. Here you will meet and mix with other outback adventurers, all travelling with their own camping gear. Alternatively, you can choose from a selection of private sites, all secluded from other campers. These sites are approximately a ten-minute drive from the central facilities of The Station, which is available for use at no extra charge. Riverside campsites are along the Pentecost River close to The Station. Please note that private sites are limited and subject to availability. There are no camping options at Emma Gorge or The Homestead. Camping Rates Our 1 million acre wilderness park accommodates an unlimited number of campers. Therefore, we do not accept forward bookings for camping. Camping rates start from $20 per night. There are no powered sites at the campground. If you have a generator however, you can run it between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Family Camping: $60 per family, per day (two adults and up to three children up to the age of 17). Additional children age 13-17, at the rate of $10 per person per day. You are required to purchase a Wilderness Park Permit: $20 per adult (valid seven days per week). Children aged 12 and under are free.For more information or to enquire about camping please call +61 8 9161 4318. Dogs Dogs are allowed at El Questro but must be on a lead at all times. Dogs are strictly prohibited at all attractions. Services There is no camp kitchen at El Questro. There is fresh complimentary water to fill caravans and campervans. There are detailed trail fact sheets at reception available for guests. Fireplaces There are designated fire places throughout the private camp sites at El Questro. Shower and toilet facilities Shower and toilet facilities are located behind The Station store. Please note that there are four toilet units in the bushcamping area, but no showers.