El Questro Wilderness Park

El Questro Wilderness Park

75 Coolibah Drive, Kununurra, WA 6743

More than 1 million acres in size, El Questro Wilderness Park is located in Western Australia’s Kimberley region. It extends for approximately 50 miles into the heart of the region, offering the ultimate outback experience.

If staying in El Questro, visitors can choose from a variety of lodging accommodations that are owned and operated by Delaware North. Each is different in style and budget – from the exclusive, five-star luxury resort at The Homestead, to safari-style tented cabins in the natural bushland at Emma Gorge, to The Station with family bungalows, opportunities for riverside camping, caravan sites and pre-setup tents.

Guests can explore gorges and canyons, either by boat, on foot or by helicopter, discover unexpected waterfalls, canoe along the rivers, fish for wild Barramundi, set out on a horse trek or hike through remote Australian bush trails alone or with a tour guide.

 

Services

  • Food and Beverage

    • As a leader in food service management, we operate some of the busiest and most famous kitchens in the world. 

  • Lodging

    • Delaware North's hotel management experience extends from North America to Australia. From wilderness camps to luxury hotel suites and National Historic Landmarks — each require a specific set of skills. 

  • Special Events

    • From the iconic Plaza in New York City to the enormous Wembley Stadium in London, every event, fundraiser, wedding or celebration is different -- so we treat each one as if it were the only one. 

  • Venue Management

    • As a property owner and manager, Delaware North has a reputation for outstanding venue management for numerous clients. 

“El Questro Wilderness Park – An Outback Gem: El Questro Wilderness Park, at the eastern end of Western Australia’s vast Kimberley region, combines luxury and adventure.”

AustralianGeographic.com

Rainforest

Of the more than 20 types of rainforests found in Australia, three (all tropical) are in the Kimberley.

“With an upper limit of 18 guests at any one time – media moguls, music legends and movie stars often among them –thecivilized microcosm of The Homestead sits in perfect contrast to the wilderness around it; a gentle blend of silver service and the rugged outback.”

Australian Traveller Magazine, July 2014

A Must See

The Kimberley Region was hailed by Lonely Planet (the world’s largest travel publication) as the second best region to visit in the world in 2014. It is noted for its pristine beauty in the face of rapidly developing tourist centers.