The remote isolation of the Kimberly harbours an astounding wealth of iconic landscapes and wildlife, an ancient land of ochre-red cliffs, yawning gorges and pristine coastline lapped by the azure waters of the Indian Ocean. Thundering waterfalls feed majestic rivers, giving life to oases of rainforest speckled across the austere terrain, and animals far outnumber people.
One of the world’s last frontiers, the Kimberly waits to be discovered, its vast scale and raw beauty offering up ancient rock formations, humpback whales, deserted beaches and endless outback skies.
El Questro Homestead
The Kimberley, Western Australia, Australia
On the eastern edge of the Kimberley, El Questro Homestead sits amidst a million acres of breathtaking and untouched scenery, from rugged ranges and broad tidal flats, to rainforest pockets, gorges, waterfalls and jagged red cliffs.