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Emma Gorge Resort, El Questro Wilderness Park, Australia

Our rating: Medium

The Emma Gorge resort is hidden in the fiery red of El Questro's Cockburn Ranges and it is just a short stroll to the base of the gorge, past butterfly filled trees and a huge turquoise water hole. perfect for swimming.

The resort is conveniently located close to some of El Questro's major attractions and only a mile off the Gibb River Road. Gravel paths link the tented cabins, restaurant, bar, reception and gorge under the shade of palms and pandanus.

A large swimming pool and lounge area, shaded by native trees and landscaped gardens lies on the banks of Emma Creek. All of the cabins at the Emma Gorge Resort have en suite bathrooms and are fitted with crisp linen, feather pillows and fans for the warmer nights. Whilst the cabins do not come equipped with air-conditioning, the tented roofs and fitted fly screens welcome a steady cross breeze, tropical sounds and scents to filter through your room.

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