The El Questro Homestead Kimberley cattle station has a range of accommodation options, from luxury rooms overlooking the Chamberlain River to glamping at its Emma Gorge Resort, or budget camping at one of its campsites.
For a beachside stay, the remote Kimberley Coastal Camp offers a luxurious package with ample opportunity for exotic fishing in the waters of the Admiralty Gulf and relaxation at the beachfront bungalows.
Hotels & motels
The Cable Beach Club Resort overlooks the celebrated beach, with indulgent touches like adults-only pools, Chahoya Spa and multiple restaurants to enjoy. Alternatively, 130 kilometres south of Broome you’ll find the award-winning Eco Beach Resort, a secluded stay on a remote beach with villas, tents and beach houses available to book. For a budget stay, Cable Beach Backpackers is designed for the 18 – 30 years set, with a pool, shared kitchen and bar.
Sleep in the Purnululu National Park, at the Bungle Bungle Savannah Lodge eco-retreat. It has the park’s only swimming pool, as well as a licenced Bungles Bar and cabin accommodation.
Camping & caravan parks
Experience the outback of the Pilbara with Cheela Plains Station Stay. A family-owned cattle station between Ningaloo and Karijini, accommodation includes a multi-roomed lodge, single and double rooms and campgrounds. Strike a pose in the Insta-friendly infinity pool at the Lake Argyle Resort, overlooking the water below.
Within Karijini National Park, you can stay at the Aboriginal-owned Karijini Eco Retreat, which has glamping eco tents and camping spots, as well as caravan sites and cabins. Alternatively, the nearby Dales Campground has great budget options for travellers.
If you’re staying in Broome, Cable Beach Caravan Park and Broome Caravan Park both have caravan and camping sites, and pools for much-needed cool dips in the what of the day.