Delaware North Australia's Hideaway Honeymoon Havens (Part 2)

And here are the final two amazing wedding and honeymoon resorts in Australia - just perfect for relaxing!

Quintessential El Questro
Dramatically positioned overlooking the Chamberlain River on the edge of a rugged gorge in Western Australia’s Kimberley region, El Questro Homestead is set amidst an ancient landscape of deep gorges, dramatic waterfalls, thermal springs and jagged escarpments on an expansive one million acre property.  One of Australia’s most exclusive and luxurious properties, it offers newlyweds an unforgettable taste of Australian outback wilderness in pampered seclusion.  With only six suites, the Honeymoon perfect Chamberlain Gorge Suite has a double outdoor bath for soaking up the atmosphere together with stunning views over the landscape, a separate lounge and large veranda  - ideal for sipping champagne under a spectacular canopy of stars.  With the option to helicopter to a secluded waterfall swimming hole with a gourmet picnic for the day, gallop across the vast planes on horseback as featured in the romantic epic ‘Australia’ (with Nicole Kidman and Hugh Jackman), take to the river to try one’s hand at Barramundi fishing or more simply lie by the pool and indulge in the peaceful sounds of nature, El Questro Homestead offers an outback honeymoon like no other.
In addition, the million-acre property of El Questro Wilderness Park also offers a choice of other accommodation.
Hidden within the fiery red of El Questro’s Cockburn Ranges lies the spectacular Emma Gorge Resort. Featuring 60 deluxe safari tents nestled between pandanus palms, it also has its own restaurant, bar and swimming pool as well as a direct access to Emma Gorge’s fantastic walking track with its invitingly idyllic waterholes.
With balconies built overlooking the banks of the Pentecost River and at the heart of The Station, the Bungalows are great for travellers who want to be at the hub of the action with the Steakhouse Restaurant, Swinging Arm Bar, shop, horse-riding, helicopter excursions and a tranquil natural swimming hole literally on the doorstep.
El Questro Wilderness park also caters for wedding parties.

Lead in price:
El Questro Homestead starts from £1002.50*(A$1512)/Homestead Room/night based on a three night stay, two sharing, including gourmet meals, full open bar including French Champagne, Wilderness Park permit, selection of guided tours & activities within the El Questro valley.  The Chamberlain Suite from £1,374.00*(A$2072)/night based on a three night stay, two sharing.
Emma Gorge Resort starts from £179*(A$270)/tent/night. All Tented Cabins have their own private en suite bathroom facilities. Bedding includes one Queen bed and two single beds, maximum 4 people.
Bungalows start from £218*(A$329)/night for a riverview and include one Queen bed and two single beds (maximum 4 people) with air-conditioning and ensuite bathroom.

"Georgeous" King's Canyon

The hidden gem in the heart of Australia’s Red Centre outback, King Canyon offers a spectacular escape to an ancient land of dramatic sheer-faced canyons, fascinating domed rock formations, secret waterholes and prehistoric flora.  Situated between the popular tourist destinations of Alice Springs and Uluru, and surrounded by hundreds of miles of wild desert landscape, Kings Canyon Resort offers the perfect oasis for those who prefer the less beaten track. Having explored one of the many walking and bush tracks to the ‘Lost City’ or aptly named ‘Garden of Eden’, honeymooners can enjoy further desert adventures with a romantic six course gourmet dinner for two, dining ‘Under A Desert Moon’ in the wilderness with a canopy of unimaginably bright Southern hemisphere stars overhead, flickering glow of a campfire and whispering breeze through the Desert Oak trees offering a gentle serenade.  Staying in one of the deluxe spa rooms, weary bones can be put to rest in the spacious spa bath with its full length feature window views out into the desert and up into the night sky.

Lead in price: Kings Canyon Resort starts from £264.50*(A$399) for a Deluxe Spa Room/night with Standard Rooms from £198.00*(A$299)/night.
EXCLUSIVE USE:  Not only for honeymoon couples or the rich and famous, hiring a whole luxury resort for ‘exclusive use’ is ideal for celebrating special occasions such as weddings, anniversaries, birthdays or special events. 

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