Make your own four-wheel drive adventure on a self-guided tour through the El Questro terrain. Go off road to see the Chamberlain Gorge system up close, or drive to a quiet fishing spot. With tracks leading to remote and unexplored areas, drivers are sure to create unforgettable memories. For more information about the activities on offer at El Questro, or to pre-book an activity, please email email@example.com. Explosion Gorge 4WD Take a drive to Explosion Gorge, a bone rattling 17 km from The Station to Explosion Gorge turn off one way. Stop along the way to travel several access tracks to waterholes and remote fishing areas and Branco's Lookout. Take a guided tour or make your own itinerary. Boat hire is also available in the morning to enhance the fishing experience. Cockburn Circuit 4WD A 133km round trip from the Gibb Road and Station driveway turnoff, the Cockburn Circuit is the most scenic of tracks at El Questro. The track encircles the Cockburn Ranges allowing riders to see spectacular scenery on a variety of different terrains. Pigeon Hole 4WD Stretching 11.2 km from the Station to Pigeon Hole, this 4WD track leads into an unexplored area. Take a break from driving this steep track at the waterhole near the end, a good spot for fishing. Boat hire is available for interested anglers. Before heading back, stop halfway at the lookout that features an excellent view to the surrounding ranges. Saddleback Ridge A 7 km round trip from the Station, the steep, narrow Saddleback Ridge track is much more of a challenge and recommended for experienced drivers only. A true outback adventure, experience the Pentecost Valley with its rich riverside vegetation and rocky, sloped landscape sparsely covered with spinifex, grevilleas and strands of snappy gums. Drive to the top for the spectacular 360-degree view from a platform overlooking sandstone escarpments, with all of El Questro in the distance.