El Questro Homestead is an outstanding blend of remote regional hospitality and the exploration of the beautiful outback wilderness landscape of the Kimberley region of Western Australia. El Questro Wilderness Park is one million acres in size and really is one of the world’s last true frontiers with rugged sandstone ranges, gorges, waterfalls and abundant wildlife. At the heart of the property lies El Questro Homestead, a boutique oasis, perched atop a cliff with birds-eye views of The Chamberlain River. It is private, understated, exclusive. With one million acres to explore, the extensive experiences menu is key to the Homestead offering and includes guided drives, bush, culture and nature tours, bird-watching, gorge hikes, swimming at pristine waterfalls and rock pools, scenic flights, remote picnics and fishing excursions. This is personalised and intimate touring with knowledgable guides. After exploring this dramatic land of extremes, guests may soak in the thermal Zebedee Springs, curl up under an ancient Boab tree with a book, or simply join the local wallaby population and lounge in the shade. The Homestead is renowned for serving premium cuisine in dramatic locations, from a secluded cliff top table to the Homestead’s spacious verandas. The Homestead is an easy 90-minute drive from the nearest town of Kununurra, or may be accessed via private airstrip. It offers six suites and three Cliff Side Retreats, hosting a maximum of 18 guests at any time.