Q. Are there BBQ's / cooking facilities at El Questro Wilderness Park? A. Unfortunately we do not have any self-catering facilities in El Questro. You are more than welcome to enjoy our lovely onsite restaurants. Q. Where can we eat and what are meal prices like? A. We have restaurants at both Emma Gorge Resort and The Station open for all meals. The Steakhouse is famous for its barramundi and succulent beef, accompanied by Western Australia's finest wines. A dinner will cost between $24-$44. Read more about the dining options. Q. Do you sell gluten-free products in your store? A. The choice is quite limited. We have Gluten free bread and some cakes. We recommend picking up particular items in Kununurra before heading out to El Questro. Q. Can we get there in a 2WD? A. We recommend driving in a 4WD only. If the vehicle is yours, it is obviously your choice. However, if the vehicle is hired, it must be a 4WD due to insurance issues. Q. Do we need to hire a car? A. We Would recommend hiring a car for total independence around the property. El Questro is massive in size, so a car will assist you seeing more during your stay. Q. Can we take our caravan? A. As access to El Questro is via corrugated/unsealed roads, we recommend off-road caravans only, pulled by a 4WD. Q. How much of the road to El Questro is sealed? A. Almost the whole way to the El Questro driveway is sealed, which makes driving here fairly easy. Read more about directions to The Station. Q. Can we make a camping booking? A. There is no need to make reservations for general camping, but guests are welcome to book their powered camp sites and private camp sites in advance. Q. Do you have any powered camp sites? A. We have added 20 powered camp sites at The Station. There is a surcharge of $20 per site per night, in addition to our normal camping rates. Please contact us to book your powered camp site in advance. Other camp sites at The Station are unpowered, but generators may be used at designated times of the day. Read more about camping at The Station. Q. Can we take dogs? A. Certainly! Dogs are permitted in the camping ground and car parks only. Dogs must always be on a leash. Q. Where do you get your drinking water from? A. Drinking water comes straight out of the Pentecost creek. Q. Why do I need to give my credit card details at the time of booking? A. Your card details are taken to guarantee the reservation. No charges are processed at the time of booking, but a surcharge applies on check out (1% for Visa and Mastercard, 3% for American Express and Diners). Q. What are the best things to see at El Questro? A. This is the most frequently asked question by our guests and also the hardest to answer! El Questro is a unique property and it really depends on what do you want to do. We have sunset spots, pristine swimming holes, rugged walking trails amongst other sites. Our suggestion: see as much as you can! Read more about our activities and plan your stay. Q. Why does Zebedee Springs only open between 7.00am and 12.00pm ? A. Zebedee Springs is a small and extremely fragile ecological site so we are doing our part in conserving it by managing traffic to a level that reduces erosion and other damage. Q. When does El Questro open and close for the Wet Season? A. El Questro opens on the 1st of April every year (weather permitting) and closes on the 31st of October. Emma Gorge may open later and close earlier. Can’t find the answer to your question? Contact Us.