Voyages El Questro Wilderness Park Hotel
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We woke up to overcast skies today – this first cloud we had seen since reaching Broome!
El Questro was only half an hour down the road and the anticipation was killing me! When I worked for Accor Hotels in the mid to late 90’s, Accor had managed El Questro and I had quite vivid memories of the place – it was somewhere I …
... site sits on the edge of a small lake – in season and when full, it would not be very pleasant. Amenities are somewhat limited – but with very few visitors, it’s fine.
*We check in, turn on the air conditioning in the stifling hot cabin and then drive out of town to the Sandalwood shop and café. It is located amongst plantations of Indian sandalwood trees owned by TFS, who are the largest producers of ...
... as we are heading off to The Kimberley's tomorrow along The Gibb River Road. Unfortunately as we are right on the cusp of the wet season everything is closing and again some of the areas we wanted to visit are already shut and some only open at certain times (aka very early). Therefore we will appreciate the early morning sun tomorrow to ensure we reach Emma Gorge in time for a walk. As we will be off the beaten track for four days, we will report back again in ...
... to getting a stable footing and we were all wearing walking boots. After an hours fairly strenuous walk we reached the end go the gorge and it was magnificent. The gorge ends at a large rock pool surrounded by towering cliffs with a 65m droplet waterfall at one end of the pool and water fall was actually still falling even this late in the dry season. It would be amazing to see it in the wet. We had a beautiful, refreshing swim in the pool - the water at Emma Gorge is ...
Decided to just look at a few things around Kununurra this morning and then the girls and I decided we would spend the afternoon by the pool at the caravan park while Ian went to the nearby Kununurra Grand to watch the AFL grand final. We weren't awake quite so early this morning but were still breakfasted and ready to go by 8:30am. First stop was a look at the diversion dam which is not far out of Kununurra and is used to supply water to ...
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