Emma Gorge is one of the Kimberley’s most spectacular and accessible gorges, set in the one-million-acre wilderness of El Questro. Enjoy the cool shade and dramatic beauty of its sheer 65-metre cliffs as you take a refreshing dip under the graceful droplet waterfall.

To reach Emma Gorge, it’s just a 50-minute drive from Kununurra via the epic Gibb River Road – one of Australia's most unique four wheel drive adventures. Access is between May and September (dry season) and transfers are available from Kununurra if you don’t have a four wheel drive.

Join local guides or take a self-guided hike on the Emma Gorge Walk Trail into the rugged red Cockburn Ranges. Within one hour you’ll find yourself beside the tranquil pool of Emma Gorge. Fed by a droplet waterfall and a thermal spring, it’s impossible to resist a swim in the crystal clear water.

Other El Questro highlights include four wheel drive safaris to the spectacular Cockburn Ranges, afternoon cruises along Chamberlain Gorge, a relaxing dip in Zebedee Thermal Springs and a chance to chase the mighty barramundi.

Choose from safari-style tented cabins, luxury accommodation at the homestead, or budget options at the station township and riverside camping areas.