Driving Holiday Australia: Drive the Savannah Way: Northern Australia

Driving Holiday Australia: Drive the Savannah Way Official Travel Site

Drive the Savannah Way

Stretching coast to coast, from Broome in West Australia to Cairns in Queensland, the Savannah Way is an epic 3500 kilometre adventure through the heart of Australia’s northern tropics.

It snakes through some of the Territory’s best-known natural wonders and links to barramundi and saratoga fishing hotspots.

A four-wheel drive is recommended on this drive, as it traverses rugged and challenging country. The Savannah Way is a great Australian adventure drive, linking national parks, historic drives and outback Australian towns.Allow at least 14 days for the Northern Territory section or 30 days for the entire journey.

Australian Outback Travel Guide

Planning a trip along the legendary Savannah Way across the North of Australia? Check out this resource:

Download the FREE Outback Travel Guide

Discover the great Australian Outback drives, all the popular Outback destinations and attractions plus a lot more!

Welcome to Savannah Way’s NEW Blog

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.

ABOUT US– Savannah Way Limited, the non-profit organization promotes the drive route for the benefit of local communities. We work to assist small businesses and communities along the route through sustainable tourism and network support including tourism promotion, road signage, brochure and merchandise distribution, agent and media contact.

Follow our Blog and keep an eye out for posts on some of the great events coming to the region in 2012.

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