El Que­stro turns 25

Vacations & Travel - - Travel Talk -

In the last 25 years, El Que­stro has mor­phed from a run­down cat­tle sta­tion into a world-class des­ti­na­tion. The only thing that has not changed is the beauty of the prop­erty, which ex­tends for 283,000 hectares across the East Kim­ber­ley re­gion. Guests can choose from a mul­ti­tude of ac­com­mo­da­tion op­tions, the ul­ti­mate be­ing El Que­stro Homestead. Sit­u­ated on a clifftop, the Homestead caters for just 18 guests with beau­ti­ful views over the Cham­ber­lain River and Gorge. You can even choose to have a spe­cial din­ner for two over­look­ing the gorge and un­der the stars. Other op­tions are El Que­stro Sta­tion, on the banks of the Pen­te­cost River, Emma Gorge with its 60 sa­fari-style tented cab­ins, or if you like to go ba­sic, the Black Cock­a­too Camp­ground. Wher­ever you stay, there is a range of ways to ex­pe­ri­ence this mag­nif­i­cent part of the world. elque­stro.com.au

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