El Questro Station is a great place for an outback adventure and offers a wide selection of tours and attractions for East Kimberley visitors. It is the hub for adventurous travelers, couples and families in the Kimberley who want to explore the iconic region and what it has to offer – with over one million acres to choose from there’s a lot to do! For pricing, please download our activity fact sheet. Guided Activity Highlights Experience all of El Questro and Emma Gorge with full-day tours of the area. With tours designed for both leisure travelers and rigorous adventurers, our full-day excursions allow for extensive treks throughout the Wilderness Park. Get the most out of each day at El Questro with our full-day tours. Emma Gorge to Chamberlain Gorge Full Day Tour This 9-hour tour offers a fine overview of the Kimberley and El Questro. Start the day with a guided walk up Emma Gorge, a refreshing dip in Zebedee Springs and enjoy a ‘Beef or Barra’ lunch at the Steakhouse. The day doesn’t end there! After lunch, take the afternoon Chamberlain Gorge Cruise. Experience El Questro Full-Day Tour Similar to the Emma Gorge day experience explained above, the El Questro full-day tour is a 9-hour journey that substitutes a guided hike to the halfway pool of El Questro Gorge. 4WD Circuit of the Cockburn Range In the earlier decades, drovers brought cattle herds numbering in the thousands through this track to the meat works at Wyndham. Before completion of the Gibb River Road, the Karunjie Track was the original route to the outlying stations from Wyndham. The 10-hour circuit of a portion of the Cockburn Range has spectacular views of the countryside, a full-day experience including morning tea prior to taking on the Heritage Trail and lunch out on the range. Kununurra Full-Day Tour This lengthy 12-hour tour through El Questro will take you through the Wilderness Park, departing from Kununurra in the far East Kimberley. Guided by an El Questro ranger, the tour includes an all-encompassing journey through Emma Gorge and Zebedee Thermal Springs. Take a mid-day break for lunch at the Steakhouse Restaurant and end the full day with the Chamberlain River Cruise. If a full-day excursion sounds too intense, but you still want a complete outdoor experience, maybe a low-key five- to six-hour tour is more your speed. Half-day tours of the El Questro Wilderness Park are available, departing regularly from Emma Gorge Resort and the Station. El Questro Gorge Walk and Zebedee Springs This 5-hour tour requires a ride in our high-clearance 4WD vehicles as you pass through the water crossing on your way to commence the El Questro Gorge Walk. Wrap up the ride at the end of the tour with relaxed views and a dip in Zebedee Spring. Emma Gorge Walk and Zebedee Springs Begin your 5-hour half-day tour with a walk to Emma Gorge to view the towering escarpments. Similar to the above tour, end your trek with a refreshing swim at Zebedee Springs. Zebedee Springs and Chamberlain River Cruise Spend a 6-hour tour around the water when you begin your hike at Zebedee Springs, surrounded by calm water and lush green wilderness. Depart for an afternoon on the river as you begin the second half of this tour on the Chamberlain River Cruise. Although there are many ways to experience the diversity of El Questro, few experiences can compare to a helicopter ride over the vast region. Look down over the Cockburn Ranges, through Pentecost Gorge and beyond waterfalls and caves only accessible by air – a truly indescribable experience we strongly recommend to everyone. Scenic Flights With flights departing regularly from the Station, carrying a minimum of two people, scenic flights over El Questro's highlights are offered for 20, 30 or 60 minutes or you may charter a helicopter for your tailor made adventure. Heli-Fishing Tours Cast a line into your choice of freshwater or saltwater destinations, rarely disturbed but for the occasional touring anglers. The pristine waters are an underwater home to Barramundi, Mangrove Jack, Bream and Threadfin Salmon. A minimum of two people is a requirement of this 5-hour tour; pricing is reduced with the addition of a third person. Enquire about this heli-fishing tour upon arrival, as the tour is dependent on tidal and seasonal conditions. Be aware that entry fees may apply to select locations. Amaroo Falls A truly magical place, Amaroo Falls was discovered in the southeast of the property in April 2010. Only accessible by helicopter, this majestic scene consists of 15 cascading waterfalls. The falls range from knee-high falls to those of 45m in height, descending into pristine swimming holes providing one of the most breathtaking views of El Questro. Lasting 2.5 hours, this is a must-see air tour also including a hike to some of the cascades. Miri Miri Scenic Tour Spend 2 hours in El Questro’s most secluded attraction – Miri Miri Falls. Hidden in a truly remote corner of the Wilderness Park, this spectacular scene of spring-fed water cascading over a 50-metre fall from the plateau into a deep pool opens into a dense valley of Livistonia Palms and Paperbarks. Don’t be shy, go for a swim in this private setting. The Lost City Tour Visit the ancient cave formations and unique terrain in this fully guided tour of the Lost City. This 1.5-hour tour is recommended for the fit and adventurous. Enjoy this fantastic scenic flight complete with morning tea. The Lost City and Miri Miri Tour Combine two experiences into one excursion with the Lost City and Miri Miri Falls tour – one unforgettable tour you won’t soon forget. Spend 3.5 hours exploring the Lost City with an El Questro ranger, followed by a cool dip in the pristine Miri Miri Falls while you enjoy a gourmet picnic lunch. Bungle Bungle and Lake Argyle Scenic Flight Departing at 6am, 9am and 2.30pm, a 2-hour aeroplane flight from El Questro’s airstrip takes you over Lake Argyle, the Argyle Diamond Mine, and the Carboyd Range before passing over Purnululu Park, home to the Bungle Bungles. The World Heritage Listed Bungle Bungle Range as one of Australia’s natural wonders. The sandstone formation dates back 350 million years and is a once-in-a-lifetime experience found only in the Kimberley. A minimum of two people must partake in this tour. Self-guided hiking through the El Questro Wilderness Park is a unique and personal experience perfect for any skill level. Explore over 200km of tracks and trails offering incredible views of palm-fringed waterholes, towering cliff faces and close encounters with the wildlife. Emma Gorge Trail As one of the best-known, most spectacular gorges of the Kimberley, Emma Gorge is a sight to behold. The brisk 1-hour walk ends at a large cool waterhole, graced by a droplet waterfall, perfect for a relaxing swim. Graced by a 65m droplet waterfall, perfect for for a relaxing swim. Nestled beneath towering cliffs, a second smaller thermal water outlet trickles from the rocks. El Questro Gorge Trail Walk along a narrow spring-fed creek, 1.3km through fern-dressed escarpments to a small swimming hole and unwind in the rainforest environment. More adventurous hikers continue on from this halfway point, allowing another 1.5 hours to reach the top as the path increases in difficulty. Amalia Gorge Trail A fairly easy walk in the dry season, this requires some level of fitness and balance as the trail does involve some rock scrambling and ledge hopping. However, the best time to see Amalia Gorge is after the wet season when a mass of waterfalls cascade from one pool to the next. The 1.7km walk each way should take about one hour. Zebedee Springs Hike a short 750m distance to Zebedee Springs, through dense Livistonia Palms that open to a series of rocky thermal pools. This trail is open to general public from 7.00am – 12 noon daily. We ask that you respect that this trail is closed in the afternoon to facilitate private tour groups to this area, helping to ease the pressure on this delicate ecosystem. Saddleback Ridge Begin the hike to Saddleback Ridge at the Township, where the round trip should take about two hours. The viewing platform atop the ridge is one of the most spectacular lookout points on El Questro. This is a shared walking and 4WD trail; visitors can walk or drive the track, although experienced drivers only are recommended as the track up is steep and narrow. Moonshine Gorge Circuit Walk The Moonshine Gorge Circuit trail follows Moonshine creek, with tall Livistonia Palms and cliff faces on both sides providing shade and plenty of areas to rest and swim. A 5km trek, this is a 2.5-hour hike. Champagne Springs Hiking to Champagne Springs is much different than the other El Questro walk. The 4.8km riverside trail is long with broken terrain, and promises added difficulty toward the end. The rigor is worth the reward though, as you reach the top to find pools, lush scenery and soothing thermal springs. The Station Walks Take a leisurely stroll from The Station along the Pentecost River, or for a more rigorous experience, veer up to Telecom Hill. Find shallow swimming holes and go for a dip while taking in the magnificent El Questro surroundings. 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. 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. Venture off land with freshwater boat hire options for a group of up to four. Self-guided boat options are available at 7:00 am, 10:30 am and 2:00 pm and do not require a boat license. Relax on the water, surrounded by bird life in the magnificent Kimberley landscape with serene views of the Chamberlain Gorge. Navigate through the Pentecost River system and do some four-wheel driving to get to either Pigeon or Branco's Waterholes to experience picturesque springs. 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