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Gibb River Road | El Questro Wilderness Park, Kununurra, Western Australia 6743, Australia
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All reviews tough walk el questro great walk large pool swimming hole take your time cool dip right hand side worth the effort walking shoes crystal clear water beautiful spot lots of water km walk lovely swim rock hopping gibb river rd
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Reviewed November 12, 2018

From the Emma Gorge Resort (hotel) it is about an hour walk but than you can enjoy the deep pool and the high waterfall which comes down like a heavy rain. (September). The track is well marked, but good walking shoes are recommended. Interesing are...More

Date of experience: September 2018
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Reviewed November 12, 2018

We hiked Emma Gorge - get here early to avoid the other walkers and heat. We started walking at 8am, but started to warm up at 9am when the shadows were no more. A 2hr return hike and worth it at the end! I would...More

Date of experience: September 2018
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Reviewed November 7, 2018

great walk to start our adventure and staying at Emma Gorge was great. beautiful little setting with lovely glamping facilities. easy gorge walk and the reward at the end was great. cool dip to cool you off before heading back. good spot to stop and...More

Date of experience: June 2018
Thank RLVOz
Reviewed October 11, 2018

A beautiful oasis in the middle of the dry and dusty El Questro Wilderness Park. Extremely comfortable glamping accommodation, great hospitality staff, food and facilities. Access to lovely gorge walks.

Date of experience: September 2018
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Reviewed October 5, 2018 via mobile

Emma gorge is located in el questro wilderness park about 1 hour 20 min drive from Kununurra. It was really in the middle of nowhere and access is via Emma gorge resort. It’s not a easy walk with rocky paths and steep climbs. May not...More

Date of experience: October 2018
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Reviewed September 6, 2018 via mobile

Considering the end of the season was fast approaching what made this stay most memorable was the staff. They were delightful, helpful and a very happy working group of young people. My wife and I arrived for only 2 nights and as we were somewhat...More

Date of experience: September 2018
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Reviewed September 3, 2018 via mobile

It was a very warm day when we trekked to this scenic gorge. We considered it a hard walk over rocks but worth the effort. You needed to be very observant to ensure you followed the blue route markers. The water in the main gorge...More

Date of experience: August 2018
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Reviewed August 30, 2018

We were told that to get to the gorge was and 3 kilometer return walk, which was fine but we were not told that you had to be a rock wallaby to get there. The rocks we had to scramble over and around were slippery...More

Date of experience: August 2018
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Reviewed August 27, 2018

Starts at the resort and takes about 2 hours excluding stops. The average person wearing sneakers would manage. Would be a bit dark late in the afternoon.

Date of experience: August 2018
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Reviewed August 26, 2018

It is quite a trek up the valley to get there from the resort but it is so worthwhile. When you get to the end, there is a lovely pool and waterfall. The water is VERY cold.

Date of experience: July 2018
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jharper408
November 7, 2016|
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Response from Lori_Litwack | Property representative |
Hi Thank you for your interest. 1. There are no cooking facilities at El Questro Emma Gorge Resort, there is a full service restaurant 2. Limited food supplies can be purchased at Emma Gorge but a full range of supplies can... More
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November 7, 2016|
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Response from KAREN P | Reviewed this property |
You would definitely need to be in a 4wheel drive car. Very nice Restaurant. As we only did a day trip there did not stay in camping ground so do not know about out door cooking facilities. In saying that grounds were... More
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sunshinechaser22
Brisbane, Australia
Kimberley itinerary - please help (11 Replies)
Hello, I am planning a trip to the Kimberleys and the top End for 3 weeks (21 days) in July 2018 with my family, 2 adults and 3 kids (10, 13 and 16 yrs old). We will be renting a Safari Landcruiser (5 Berth 4WD with Rooftop Tent) from Britz (probably) and we will be flying in and out of Darwin. We will be camping everywhere (except for the last nights in Darwin). I have read lots of post on TA and have put together a draft itinerary but I still love to get some advice from the travellers...More
October 02, 2017|
Response fromKerry G|
<< would you recommend that I book all camping sites asap given that it is school holidays and peak period? >> In a word, Yes.
Nefertari
Australia
Self Drive Gibb River Road (28 Replies)
I'm still researching for our trip in June and have decided on this list of "must sees". Am I including something I could "miss" and omitting something spectacular? We only have seven days 4WD hire and will be leaving from and returning to Broome. Derby, Boab Prison Tree Windjana Gorge Geikie Gorge Emma Gorge Fitzroy Crossing Tunnel Creek Bungle Bungles Any suggestions?
January 22, 2007|
Response fromnozzie|
Nef I would add Bell Creek Gorge (simply the most beautiful of all) Manning Gorge and the Falls there also fabulous, Barnett Gorge and Leonards Gorges El Questro and the Gorge of the Chamberlain River is in my opinion also very well worth seeing.
John-in-Oz
Sydney
Bungle Bungle Flight (5 Replies)
Wife and I would like to squeeze in a flight over Bungle Bungles. Any suggestion on when and where would be greatly appreciated; current itinerary: Wed 27-Jul: arrive 10.10am ex Darwin. Drive to overnight at Emma Gorge Safari Camp Thur 28-Jul: Driving to Wyndham, overnight at Parry Creek Farm Fri 29-Jul: Driving back to Kununurra. Lake Argyle & Ord River cruise for tonight already booked (Being collected from motel at 11.30am) Overnight at All Seasons Sat 30-Jul: Depart Kununurra...More
May 29, 2011|
Response fromTet14|
We did the Bungle Bungle flight from Kununurra. You also fly over Lake Argyle and Argyle Diamond Mines. Took 2.5 hours p/u and d/o from and to your hotel included. Great tour! That was 5 years back though so no updated info. Tet