Savannah Way

The Savannah Way is an adventurous drive stretching from Broome in Western Australia to Cairns in North Queensland and straight through the middle of the Top End.

Five World Heritage listed sites, 15 national parks and many more amazing natural features are located along this drive, making it one of Australia’s premier drive experiences.

In the Northern Territory, the Savannah Way strings together the outback towns of Timber Creek, Katherine, Larrimah, Mataranka, Daly Waters, Cape Crawford and Borroloola.

Traverse remote Northern Territory cattle stations, natural springs and waterholes, roadside campsites, fishing hotspots and beautiful national parks from the gulf to the tropics.

Getting There

The Savannah Way follows the Victoria Highway from Broome to Katherine where it joins the Explorer’s Way (Stuart Highway).

It follows the Carpentaria Highway to Borroloola and meets the Tablelands Highway at Cape Crawford.

Take note that a quarantine and inspection check-point is maintained at the WA/NT border. Please check requirements at the Visitor Information Centre in Katherine or Timber Creek.