The Savannah Way is Australia’s Adventure Drive, linking Cairns in Tropical North Queensland with the historic pearling town of Broome in Western Australia’s Kimberley via the natural wonders of Australia’s tropical savannahs and the Northern Territory’s Top End.
The 3700 kilometre route links 15 National Parks and five World Heritage areas. You can explore just a section or cross the continent enjoying its wide horizons, ancient gorges and abundant wildlife, connecting with Aboriginal and pioneer heritage in today’s friendly outback.
Whether you’re an Aussie travelling our impressively diverse backyard or a visitor from a foreign land there is nothing more characteristic of an Australian Outback Adventure as the epic 3700 kilometre Savannah Way Drive; stretching from Cairns to Broome. Journey highlights are: 15 national parks, 5 World Heritage areas, outback towns, quirky events, world-class Barramundi fishing, incredibly diverse landscapes, close encounters with wildlife and remarkable photographic opportunities.
Every Australian should experience this journey to truly connect with our heritage, gaining a patriotic and proud perspective of the Outback. So to every international visitor should undertake this trip of a lifetime to truly appreciate this extraordinary country; its colourful characters and people and astounding contrasting landscapes.