El Questro Station on the has opened for the season! You should always check conditions before you leave Kununurra for the iconic Gibb River Road in Western Australia.
It was well past the wet season when we visited with our kids. There were water crossings on the way in. It was our first stop on the Gibb River Road (and 4WD only).
With 700,000 acres, there is ample to explore. First, we snacked at the station.
Emma Gorge is a must! Our crew loved it. It was a rocky trail in – with stepping stones.
But it was worth it at the end – so lovely! They found a little hidey hole they were impressed with.
Zebedee Springs was hot, hot, hot and tropical.
Although very comfortable, but we had to be out of the hot springs by noon. It gets busy!
CAMPS Ambassadors Manda and Daniel booked way ahead for their stay last year.
They camped for four nights, and said every day was packed full exploring and relaxing. They said, “It was $25/adult/night for unpowered so it is a little expensive however we absolutely think it is worth it.”
Pet friendly, with sites for all types of camping, glamping and luxury accommodation – you can dine out at several venues.
It has all the facilities you’ll find in a caravan park.
From more waterfalls, hikes, swimming holes, gorges, fishing, lookouts and rivers, wildlife, plus over 100 bird species – it is a definite for your bucket list.
And don’t get too close to the donkey – he prefers admiration from afar.
Images by CAMPS AUSTRALIA WIDE and OVERLAND EXPOSURE.
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