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.
This website can help you plan your journey on the Savannah Way with maps, safety information and much more.
You can also find out about Savannah Way Limited, the non-profit organization promoting the drive route for the benefit of local communities, and some of the great events coming to the region.
Broome to Katherine
Grand views and stunning gorges - a
series of fantastic experiences with a
range of driving conditions.