Experience our lovely rivers and gorges with these great boating tours: Private Chamberlain Cruise* 3 p.m. - 5 p.m.Boating through the Chamberlain Gorge is a must. An El Questro ranger will take you on this 3 km fresh waterhole in the Homestead’s private “dinghy”.Enjoy the diverse flora and fauna; resident Rock Wallabies, Johnston Crocodiles and the always cheeky Archer Fish are familiar inhabitants of the gorge. Relax on the peaceful return journey at dusk when the colours of the Kimberley shine on the towering cliffs. Explosion Gorge and Branco’s Lookout 2.30 p.m. until sunsetThe tour starts with an informative 4-wheel drive journey in an open air Safari vehicle, a great way to experience true 4-wheel driving in the outback. At the end of the track lies Explosion Gorge, an amphitheatre style gorge that will reveal it’s secrets during a 45 minute cruise. Finish the tour on Branco’s Lookout, with views back to the Homestead and the Pentecost River below. Enjoy some bubbly, a taste of cheese and the setting sun: the perfect ending to a memorable day. Self Drive Boats* Times subject to boat availabilityLocated in various waterholes around the property are a number of small boats available for your use. All boats are powered by small electronic motors and can seat four adults. Don’t forget that there is also a dinghy in the billabong below the Homestead. Remember that you are in Crocodile Country, please adhere to crocodile safety procedures. Heli-fishing Tours 5.45 a.m. - 11 a.m.Choose from either freshwater or saltwater destinations within El Questro’s one million acres. Not accessible by road, these pristine waters rarely get fished ensuring the angler a plentiful bounty of Barramundi. Flying over the vast country side provides a thrill that is overshadowed only by catching your own Barramundi. Entry fees may apply to select locations. Subject to seasonal and tidal conditions. 4WD Fishing Tour to the Pentecost River 4.45 a.m. -10 a.m. (subject to tides)An early start ensures you are on the magnificent Pentecost River as the fish are warming up. The Cockburn range provides the back drop for this historic fishing spot known as “The Killing Tree”.Fishing from small dinghies gives you the opportunity to cover various sections of the river. In addition to the great fishing, it is a natural paradise. Subject to seasonal and tidal conditions.Tours complimentary to Homestead guests are indicated by an *. All tours and activities are subject to availability and may change due to weather or road conditions. All timings are approximate and minimum and maximum numbers may apply.