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Winter’s solace

Normally booked a year in advance, bucket-list destination El Questro has rare peak-season availability.

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Set over an incredible 700,000 acres, El Questro is truly at the heart of Western Australia’s Kimberley region, with the hotel delivering an opportunity to explore one of Australia’s last true frontiers.

Typically booked out during the peak season of June to September, the resort’s management has confirmed that, at the time of writing, accomodation spots are still available.

Private and exclusive, the property’s premium offering, the Homestead, is luxury accommodation at its best. Set atop  the spectacular Chamberlain Gorge and River, the ten-suite hideaway is an oasis in the rugged landscape with lush lawns, frangipani trees and stylish interior design.

Homestead guests enjoy all-inclusive dining with menus emphasising local seasonal produce inspired by the Ord River Valley, ranging from breakfasts on the sweeping verandah to locally sourced, three-course dinners with matched wines under the outback’s stars.

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Guests are afforded the opportunity to explore the vast property on foot, by guided 4WD, helicopter, via river cruises and more.

June to September is the perfect time to visit the Kimberley region, with daytime temperatures oscillating around 30 degrees Celsius.

It’s a rare opportunity to enjoy this exclusive luxury accommodation in an unforgettable setting.

 

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