Surrounded by beautiful palms Zebedee Springs is an oasis in the desert. It’s sun drenched waters and babbling brooks make it the perfect place to cool off before heading to El Questro Wilderness Park.
Set on over 700,000 acres, the wilderness park is part of El Questro Station. After many years of unsuccesful owners trying to farm it’s rocky land it was Will and Celia Burrells who saw the potential of this land as a tourist destination.
They went about building Emma Gorge Resort in 1991. With it’s many updates, the Emma Gorge Resort is still a part of the accommodation choices at El Questro Station today.
Guests to El Questro can choose to stay at one of the four different locations in the park. The Homestead with it’s resort style feel is located in lush tropical gardens overlooking the Chamberlain Gorge.
Set among the Cockburn Rangers, Emma Gorge Resort, the original accommodation at El Questro, offers safari style tented cabins which can accommodate the family.
The hub of El Questro Wilderness Park is The Station. With a choice of River and Gardenview rooms The Station is located next to the restaurant and bar and is ideal for travellers who like to be amongst the action .
Finally there is the El Questro camping ground. With 48 powered sites you can bring your own tent or hire one at the station. Caravans can also be brought to El Questro but off road vans and campers are recommended as there is 16 kilometres of unmade road as well as two water crossings.
So no matter what type of holiday you’re looking for El Questro will have you covered for accommodation, adventure and relaxation.
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