The Station has an ideal location near Kununurra, just 110 kilometres west by road, 58 kilometres on the sealed Great Northern Highway towards Wyndham, with the remainder on the Gibb River Road - regarded as one of the great Australian 4WD adventures. The Gibb River Road is now sealed betweeen Kununurra and Emma Gorge Resort. Getting to Kununurra Regular flights are available from all major Australian capital cities to Kununurra via Darwin, Broome and Perth with Qantas, Air North or Virgin Australia. Private VIP jet services are available from Sydney and Melbourne, direct to Kununurra. Getting from Kununurra to The StationScheduled Road Transfers Departing from Kununurra (must be pre booked): Daily at 10.30 a.m., Mondays & Fridays at 3:00 p.m., Tuesdays at 2:45 p.m., Wednesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays & Sundays at 200 p.m. On Mondays and Fridays, Qantas guests arriving at 14:30, will be met by or ranger and taken on a small Kununurra tour whilst waiting for the 15:00 Virgin flight. Departing daily from El Questro Station: 8 a.m. and 12 p.m.Approximate travel times: 1 1/2 hours *Times are subject to change without notice, according to airline schedules. Road Transfer Costs - Per person Kununurra to the Station One Way Return Scheduled (min. 2 persons) $120.00 $240.00 Unscheduled (min. 2 persons) $210.00 $420.00 Private Transfer (min. 2 persons) $260.00 $520.00 Additional Transfers The Station to Emma Gorge $60.00* $120.00 The Station to El Questro Gorge $40.00 $80.00 The Station to Zebedeee Springs $40.00 $80.00 *The Station to Emma Gorge Resort pricing is based on the scheduled transfer. Unscheduled transfers are priced at $115 per person based on one passenger, $75 per person based on two passengers or $60 per person based on three or more passengers. Driving Conditions Be careful not to underestimate travelling time when driving in the Kimberley. Allow an average speed of 80 km per hour on sealed roads and 50 km per hour on unsealed roads. Always ensure you carry adequate supplies of fuel, food and most importantly, water. Nearly all of the Kimberley is cattle country, most roads are unfenced, which means cattle, horses, and donkeys can wander across the road at any time. Night driving can be dangerous due to straying animals. Extreme care is advised. Large road trains (semi trailer with three other trailers) can be up to 50 meters long. Caution is recommended when overtaking these vehicles. Up-to-date road conditions and information are available 24 hours a day on 1800 013 314. 4WD Hire Whilst El Questro does provide return road transfers from Kununurra, as well as guided tours, more adventurous and independent guests should consider hiring a 4WD vehicle for their stay at El Questro. All major car rental companies have offices in Kununurra. A 4WD vehicle gives you the freedom and flexibility of exploring the Wilderness Park and experiencing the magic of the Kimberley at your own leisure. You could extend your 4WD hire to include the numerous attractions in the Kimberley. Like travelling the infamous Gibb River Road from Kununurra to Derby and onto Broome, returning on the Great Northern Highway through Fitzroy Crossing, Halls Creek and Turkey Creek. El Questro - The Station Air Strip Position: 127.58.50E 16.00.30S Elevation: 300 feet Direction: 14/32 Length: 1,400 meters gravel-flat Please ensure you contact us prior to arrival for up-to-date airstrip conditions on 08 9161 4318.